Photos by Phillip Ennis
“We played with textures and layers to give the space a serene feeling and then added pops of color,” architect and designer Carol Kurth of Bedford says of the cabana and cabana bathroom. “We also used sustainable products where we could,” she adds, referring to accessories such as the three African-esque mirrors made from recycled wood. Pool-water blue and muted chocolate brown are the two colors that run through the majority of the fun decorative pieces and linens found in the adjoining spaces. Both the stone mat in the cabana and the pebble river rocks used on the shower floor give the cabana and bathroom a spa-like feel. Thick, linen-colored window treatments subtly blend with the rest of the décor while ensuring privacy in the changing room.
FROM BEST DRESSED HOMES, LTD: Flat Roman shade by Hartmann & Forbes; Louver café shutter by Hunter Douglass FROM CAROL KURTH COLLECTION/OOCK SUSTAINABLE DESIGN BOUTIQUE: Stool; Mirrors; Stone mat; Custom cusions by Accent Interiors; OOCK lotions FROM CENTRAL PLUMBING SPECIALTIES: Plumbing fixtures from the Richmond series by St. Thomas; Brushed nickel hardware by Hansgrohe FROM PORCELANOSA: Crema Grecia limestone floor tile; Formas Blanco ceramic shower surround and ceiling; Baia Stone Blanco pebble river rocks on the shower floor.