In the midst of the forests of Normandy, France, the Chateau de Morsan. The chateau was built as a summerhouse, and at one point it served as a hunting lodge. The exterior facade of the house reflected a French Rococo architectural style.
Complement a modern vanity with a hand-plastered backsplash made to mimic concrete. Troweling gray plaster created this handcrafted look; a strip of stainless steel provides protection. Pair with pops of green for a serene mix of earthy and industrial.