In addition to the use of large areas of repeating decorative tile, this bathroom adjoining the nurse’s bedroom features a lovely panel depicting a peacock-flanked urn filled with delicate flowers. Consisting of thirty-two Saracen tiles framed in a band of plain blue, it is carried out in a glazing technique known as cuerda seca or “dry cord”. The florid decoration of the remaining tilework is unified by a simple ribbon of blue and black at wainscot level, separating the two main patterns of tile. A decorative wainscot cap emphatically terminates the wall tile just below ceiling level, leaving an austere wall surface that graciously allows the simple painted ceiling border to hold its own. Note also the blue-glazed ceramic accessories, including the twin soap dishes, washcloth bar, and towel bars.