A master bath, like the master bedroom, should be a tranquil space! A space for relaxation and above all a sanctuary! My clients are both professionals with two very busy schedules. At the start or end of a day, they both need a place to relax and breathe. They live in a wonderful, older home with lots of character and charm. The goal of this project was to not only honor the home’s historical value, but to create a classy space reflecting my clients’ personalities as well. They love to travel, so a simple yet spiffy hotel like oasis it is…
The window allows the beautiful sunlight to filter in (this particular day was rainy)! Their view is delightful, but privacy was a must! This custom Roman shade with this fabulous Greek key trim sets off the window but doesn’t necessarily make it the “chief” in the room!
The window moldings are fantastic…and this chrome beaded pull chain makes for easy use of raising or lowering the Roman shade!
The door moldings reflect the window moldings!
The black and white diamond floor pattern was designed to add a touch of black without a “polka dot” feel. The use of small hexagon tiles reflect the home’s age!
The gray grout truly compliments the black and white tile!
The sunken spa tub was a necessity to unwind at the end of the day. Isn’t it luxurious!
The pale blue on the walls as well as the ceiling sets the tone for that spa like feel! And the black bullnose tile wraps completely around the space balancing nicely with the tile floor! Love the rain shower head! The crisp white subway tile surrounds the bathroom, and white grout was used to create a seamless feel!
The curved shower curtain rod mimics the curves of the vanity! Using a clear shower curtain really makes a difference!
The vanity was painted white, and its circular shape is space saving!
The pedestal feet creates a bit of breathing room and allows the hexagon tile floor to continue its pattern!
Enjoy the day!
P.S. I would also like to say a big “thank you” to Kim at Savvy Southern Style! As you know, I linked up to her “WOW Us Wednesday” post last week. Over 200 entries were linked up! I was delighted to find my Oyster Shell Lamps highlighted today on her blog! Thank you again, Kim!!!