ISSUE 20  |  Greek Isles

Steal This Look: San Giorgio Mykonos Bathroom

May 20, 2014 9:00 AM

BY Izabella Simmons

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Perched high on a hill above the Aegean, the San Giorgio Mykonos Hotel (designed by Berlin-based firm Lambs & Lions) has become a fast favorite with style-conscious travelers. Here are the design elements to recreate your own Greek islands-inspired bath.

Above: A guest bathroom with a ladder as a towel rack at the San Giorgio Mykonos. To tour the hotel, see Bohemian Paradise Found in Mykonos

The Basics

Above: Ikea’s 27.5-inch-square Stave Mirror has a simple white frame; $29.99.

 

Above: The Grohe Starlight Europlus Single Hole Bathroom Faucet in chrome is $181.44 from Faucet.com.

 

Above: The Kohler Vox Round Above Counter Sink in white porcelain is $148.20 at Home Depot.

Above: The Toto 11-inch Rain Shower Head in a chrome finish is $599.99 from Amazon. See our High/Low Rain Shower Head post for more options.

Lighting

 

Above: The Stirrup 3 Wall Sconce by UK manufacturer Original BTC was inspired by the searchlight on a toy truck; $695 from Horne.

Above: The Egyptian Arabesque Oxidized Lamp is etched and pierced by hand; its pinholes cast dancing shadows. Also available in gold and silver, it’s $485 from L’Aviva Home.

Accessories

Above: The Whitewashed Teak Ladder from Serena & Lily is handmade from teak mill scraps and costs $98.

 

Above: The tasseled Fouta Bath Towel is made in Turkey from 425 grams of looped terry cotton; $48 from Serena & Lily. 

 

Above: The Hinoki Wood Soap Dish is made in Japan from Hinoki cypress and has a slatted removable base; $20 from Brook Farm General Store.

Above: Designers Chen Chen and Kai Williams Cantaloupe Stone Fruit Planter is cast in concrete from real fruit; $32 directly from Chen Chen & Kai Williams.

 

Above: The Large Curved Basket from West Elm is $54.

To steal another look from the San Giorgio, see Steal This Look: Greek Bamboo Canopy on Gardenista. For more bathroom inspiration, go to Baths in our Gallery of rooms and spaces.