Château de Chambord, the Loire Valley, France. This castle was abandoned after the French Revolution until World War II. During the war it was used to protect priceless pieces of art from the Louvre and other French galleries.
Renaissance design shown here is the Royal Château de Chambord, Chambord, Loir-et-Cher, France is one of the most recognized buildings of its time as it blends distinctive French Renaissance architecture with French medieval forms.
This spa like bathroom, designed by Ashley Campbell Interior Design, features loose river rocks in a lighted channel and a custom bench and door. The floor and shower are vein-cut travertine. Sable marble tiles cover the wall behind the concrete vanity.