We’ve been enamored of British chef Skye Gyngell’s restaurant, Spring, since it opened at Somerset House last year. The interiors, designed by Gyngell’s sister Briony Fitzgerald, are softly feminine and blush-hued. The theme is carried into the powder room, which has a Victorian vanity and a floor of glossy pink herringbone tile. Here’s a list of spot-on and similar sources for a dose of Spring in your bath at home.
Above: Photograph by Paul Massey for Vogue Living.
Above: Fitzgerald used a white similar to Benjamin Moore’s famed Decorator’s White; $37.99 for a gallon of Ben Interior Paint.
Above: Herringbone tiles are Cristalli Tiles in the pale pink C./9 color from Made a Mano.
Above: Lighting throughout the restaurant is from Apparatus. A custom Vanity Sconce is seen in the bathroom; prices start at $1,220 for the brass version.
Faucets & Fixtures
Above: The Burlington Margavine Georgian Marble Basin & Chrome Wash Stand is available with one to three tap holes for £879.75 ($1,267.81) from Victorian Bathrooms 4U in the UK. For those stateside, Restoration Hardware’s Gramercy Metal Powder Washstand Sink is also a marble and chrome pairing; $1,179 to $1,209.
Above: The Lugarno Lever-Handle Gooseneck Faucet Set, shown here in aged brass but available in chrome, polished or satin nickel, and oil-rubbed bronze, is $325 to $389 at Restoration Hardware.
Above: The Oval Eleanor Frameless Mirror with a beveled edge is $99 at Pottery Barn.
Above: The Stuttgart Lever with Square Backplate, shown in oil-rubbed bronze, is $159 at Rejuvenation Hardware.
Above: Pair a pink glass vase with a bunch of hellebores like they do at Spring. Anthropologie’s Faceted Gem Vase in pink is $24 for the medium size.
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