This spa-like primary ensuite gets its quiet vibe from an almost all-white interior, with Benjamin Moore’s Oxford White on the walls and marble on the floors and counters. But that vanity is the real showstopper. “We wanted the vanity to be quite rich,” says designer Kelly Deck of Vancouver’s Kelly Deck Design.

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Designer Kelly Deck included a dedicated vanity in this space, strategically placed opposite the window. “You’re getting all the natural light bouncing off the mirror during the day to do your makeup, which is really nice,” says Deck. “And we’ve got sconces on either side for additional lighting.”

Instead of opting for white with the cabinetry, the team worked with book-matched crotch mahogany on its face_a lovely pairing to the elegant wood legs of the nearby McGuire chair. “I find, in a space that’s as quiet as this, form is really important,” says Deck. “So the chair is timeless, but at the same time it has really beautiful form, and you can really see that in the negative space around it. Sculptural-looking furnishings really elevate a room like this.”

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