Steal This Look: Sarah Jessica Parker's Bath on Long Island by

Issue 39 · Natural History · September 28, 2010

Steal This Look: Sarah Jessica Parker's Bath on Long Island

Issue 39 · Natural History · September 28, 2010

A while back I took note of Sarah Jessica Parker's bath in the Hamptons, designed by Eric Hughes, which appeared in Elle Decor and features an appealing mix of blue and white elements. For ideas on recreating the look, consider the components shown below.

N.B. For a look at her kitchen, see Steal This Look: Sarah Jessica Parker's Kitchen.

Photograph by William Waldron for Elle Decor.

Above: The Winthrop Sconce; $75 as shown from Schoolhouse Electric.

Above: The Framed Lit Inset Medicine Cabinet (available with left- or right-facing door) is $645 for the small (16.25 inches wide by 26.25 inches high) and $745 for the large (21.25 inches wide by 34 inches high) at Restoration Hardware and is available in polished chrome, polished nickel, and satin nickel finishes. In Parker's bath, Eric Hughes used the Lenox Medicine Cabinet in polished chrome; $3,180 at Urban Archaeology.

Above: The American Standard Roxalyn Wall-Hung Vitreous China Sink with 8-inch centers (other configurations available) measures 18 by 20 inches; $129.34 at eFaucets.

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Above: Rohl's Perrin & Rowe Collection 8-Inch Classic Spout Widespread Faucet in chrome (other options include bronze and nickel) is $596.25 at eFaucets.

Above: The new Blue Beach Glass Canisters at Pottery Barn cost $19 for the small (5.5 inches high) and $29 for the large (9 inches high) canister.

Above: The Sussex Glass Shelf is available in four finishes, including polished chrome (shown); $59 for the 18-inch length and $69 for the 24-inch length at Pottery Barn.

Above: San Francisco-based Bugs Under Glass produces beautiful, chemical-free, museum-quality insect displays. The 6-by-6-inch Framed Butterfly Displays shown are priced between $28 and $39, depending on the butterfly displayed. Available for online purchase and shipping.

Above: Clear Apothecary Jars with straight sides and stainless steel lids; $6.99 to $8.99 at The Container Store.

Above: We like the vintage look of the Handcrafted Raw Steel Metal Side Cabinet, featuring a single drawer, an exposed shelf, and a glass door. Designed and assembled in the US, it's $695 at Empiric Studio. Add a coat of blue paint to achieve a similar finish to the cabinet shown in Parker's bath with metal-appropriate spray paint, such as Rust-Oleum's Painter's Touch Spray ($6.99 at Amazon) in Caribbean Blue. Vintage stainless-steel cabinets and medical carts can be found at Urban Remains (Chicago); Twenty Gauge (Los Angeles).

Above L: Seamless, hygienic food-grade stainless Steel Buckets with reinforced bottoms make sturdy and attractive wastebaskets. The 12.5-inch-tall Stainless Steel Pail is $88.82 at Jonken Stainless Steel Pails. For our UK readers, Manufactum carries a 28.5cm-tall Stainless Steel Bucket (above R) for £60.90.



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