Bridgewater is a handsome, split-level, contemporary bedroom suite, featuring a lofted sitting room/library and a sunken marble bathroom. A large oval tub and an open marble shower are highlights of the stylish, mirrored bathroom, which also includes a porcelain basin and toilet with a scallop shell motif. Coordinated light fixtures grace all three living areas in this tastefully decorated suite of rooms.
For those who love oceans and bays, the theme of this beachfront room setting with its generous water view is custom made. From the sight of the unbroken line where the sea meets the sky, to the sound of gentle waves lapping on the shore, everything about the ocean brings tranquility and peace. These comfortable rooms are where a person might like to relax after spending time on the sand. Or, after a long day, a weary soul could easily enjoy a relaxing soak in this elegant bathtub, enjoying the same beautiful view from indoors, or curl up with a good book on the comfortably dressed lounge upstairs.
The loft overlooks the bedroom area, in this open layout of rooms, and large picture windows frame the ocean view. Soft, woven carpeting provides a relaxing touch in the bedroom and loft areas and on the stairs, while three coordinated wall coverings blend with the casual wood finish to provide an airy beach setting. The ocean view from Bridgewater includes breakers and a sailboat under a blue sky with a rainbow, representing...a bridge.
Bespaq and other handmade furnishings are included, as well as a brass tripod telescope from England. The shell accessory was handmade by Marci Trimlett of Florida; Marci also provided the Monkey and Horse statue. Barbara Fales made the champagne glasses.
Constructed of solid pine and poplar, birch plywood, basswood, fabric, paper, and paint.
Dimensions: 27" wide, 17" deep, 26" high. Front accessible via hinged locking frame. Sold.
Bridgewater was featured in the July 2007 issue of American Miniaturist magazine.
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