Right here is our Master Bath Design Story! Very concise. It was, after all, a standard builder grade 5ft X 8ft bath, which we were determined to transform into our Ensuite spa space.
Existing Master Bath before Renovation
Isn’t that a tough Ultra Urban community predicament to begin? Yes, we all desire our personal Bathhouse with a fantastic window boasting the old-world style freestanding soaking tub and a Calacatta viola marble clad Shower with the longest vanities. Alas, that’s for next time!
Here, we chose a light, fresh and crisp scheme to compensate for our tiny footprint. Our flooring tiles are a glamorous terrazzo with lilac, purple, pink, and green hues.
The curb separates the shower area with a mosaic mat tile set against 2 X 9-inch wall subway tiles in a stack bond with grey grout (the critical element of our design). The warmth of the wood veneer of the vanity balances the palette. The matte black fixtures, faucets, and accessories, like the metal shelf and towel rod, generate contrast and interest in the space. The shower glass from Vigo with a sleek black frame adds more detail.
The Fully recessed Medicine cabinet is from Robern with Inline Lighting on both sides on a dimmer that changes from ambient light 3000K to white light 4000K. A remarkable feature if you like to look at your face pores for 20 mins (or maybe not)!
In a home, the Master bath is where we rest, recover, restore, and quietly indulge in self-love rituals. It starts with space around us, meant just for us, and with cherished pieces we love! No matter the footprint of our lives, we all need our Zen!
Just a little bit more …
~ In case you have missed it, here is some background on our home in my previous post and a Reveal of the Kitchen and Powder Room.
~ Can’t help but swoon on this Terracotta vase on the Shelf!
~ These are the softest Hand towels yet!
~ For that refreshing elevated hair care, this favorite.
~ Yes, Yes, I am in! To soak away all your stress here in New York.
Excellent designed and well executed.. love it👍
Very nicely done.. the terrazzo and mosaic floor perfectly go well with the patterned subway tile.