Rebekah believes this master bathroom is a sanctuary, as stylish as it is soothing. The light wood stained cabinets have an airy note; slender silhouettes, and glass and mirrored designs incorporated within. The decorative mullion mirrors in the tall vanity cabinet are perfect for reflecting light and opening-up the space. Juxtaposing the smooth wood tones with the rich marble tile is a perfect combination; especially as the wainscot woodwork, trim and paint plan reflect these two juxtaposed colors. The layout of this new bathroom was hard for the homeowners to visualize, as the tall arched cathedral ceiling meant that the toilet room ceiling would need to partially float in the space. It was executed with perfect balance as the floating room mimics the same size as the tall vanity cabinet which flank the door opening. An unexpected touch is the painted woodwork ceiling which adds dimension to the overall space. Even the crown molding was matched for both tall columns. Adding a few gorgeous accents—glimmering polished nickel sconces, the gilded gold chandelier, and the breathtaking Schumacher fabric roman window shades — enriches the look and feel of the retreat without taking away from the calming effect. The result is unexpectedly luxurious as well as lived-in.


2020 - Baths of the Year: Platinum: 140-190 square feet

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