Recently I did a master bath in a newly built home. The owners were happy with the layout of the bathroom but, wanted to punch it up a bit! They asked me to suggest some ideas to make they’re builders grade master bath, into something unique for them.
So this bathroom was to be transformed into a peaceful escape reserved for the masters of the house. With stunning tile work, soft fabrics and a calming color palette blend to form a decadent space designed for relaxation.
I started with the wall tile, the moment I saw this glass tile I knew.. this was it! And I was right, the owners squealed with excitement when I presented my ideas and finishes.
We chose a white glass tile, Jeweled j-603 in diamond white: The combination of finishes on the sheet of tile with clear and wavy glass, frosted glass, and marble were exquisite.
For the countertop, I used Cambria: Berwyn, this silver flecked stone adds a soft yet glamorous touch to this master bath.
The Delta Vero Lavatory Faucets with waterfall spout, gives the right touch of sophistication to this charming master bath.
I took the bathroom mirror and lighting under the microscope to show how this bath accessory can change the ambience of your bathroom. Remember the main task of lighting in the bath, both direct and indirect is to caress and compliment you.
What do you think about illuminated mirrors? I used the LED Strip lights to back light the mirrors in this design, providing illumination as well as visual style above the vanity’s white under-mount sinks and quartz countertops.
Two glass jeweled pendants hang above the double vanity. I think it’s a fun elegant look! Its tailored, not to girly for a man, and it has a nice elegant feeling in a restrained way.
The lighted mirrors are remote controlled to fade to different colors and also soften or brighten with a touch. The darker wood cabinets provide a subtle contrast with the lighter tiled floor.
“It is a very luxurious spa like experience in this bathroom” the homeowners said when the project was completed.
It’s the details that give this space the luxurious touch. I was hoping to create the sense of a 5 star hotel, it’s very important I think, that’s the experience you have when you walk into this space. This space is serene and peaceful, you have the same experience in the master bedroom.
To visually connect the master suite each room plays off the colors and fabrics of the last space. Though they’re usually hidden behind closed doors, master bathrooms deserve to be as thoughtfully decorated as your home’s living spaces.
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