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Doniphan Moore Doniphan Moore interiors Dallas rooM: Master Bath with His and Her Dressing Suites inspiration: De Gournay wallpapers inspired by Gustav Klimt and Japanese textile designs invoke a sense of romance. Metallics and jewel tones imbue the refuge with a dreamlike atmosphere, while the master bath and dressing closet frame the process of getting dressed — or taking a moonlight bath — as necessary rituals, while a private coffee bar and drinks trolley create opportunities to linger. In the master bath, de Gournay Moon Wisteria wallpaper in a custom color. Limestone and white marble tumbling block flooring from Materials Marketing. Curved bench custom- designed by Doniphan Moore. Center table Luigi Saccardo for Maison Jansen from Maison Gerard, NYC. Italian cabinet with parchment-clad doors and spherical glass sabots from Maison Gerard, NYC. Sculpture by Paul Morehouse. Wall finish by Louis Gloria Painting. In his closet, cabinetry by The Container Store. Draperies by The Shade Store in Holland & Sherry fabric. Leather lounge chair by Ross F. Littell. In the master bath, Porto Romana wall sconces through Culp Associates. Draperies by The Shade Store. Rock crystal light fixture from Phoenix Gallery, NYC. Gio Ponti mirrors produced by Gubi from Smink Art + Design. Decorative painting and ceiling finishes by Louis Gloria Painting. Plaster moldings Casci Ornamental Plaster. Palmer Industries washstands. PhotograPhy Douglas FrieDman View from master bath into her dressing area: de Gournay Moon Wisteria wallpaper in a custom color in bath, and de Gournay Irises wallpaper in dressing room. Marble door casings from Stone Boutique. Doniphan Moore, photographed by Stephen Karlisch

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