bathroom designStepping by means of the sliding barn doorways from the main bedroom into this sophisticated, luxurious grasp lavatory washes away the troubles of the day. A spacious grasp tub in hotelier Alan Faena’s Miami Seashore dwelling is roofed in ground-to-ceiling marble, with a Louis XV mirror, Phillippe Starcke chair, and candelabra sculpture by Peter Tunney, making main influence in the luxurious space.

As soon as the design was shared with the clients, they felt that the closet was an extension from the master bathroom with visual attraction, and decided to forgo the door to the pull down rods had been put in within the master closet to facilitate my shoppers’ use and access.

The darkish window body and flooring made from local brown stone give distinction to the all-over white of French designer Christian Liaigre’s St. Barts seashore home The white sink and its fittings are by Volevatch , and the shelves and steel-body mirror have been made by local craftsmen.

For the master tub in designer Katie Hackworth’s Medina, Washington home she makes use of clear subway tile with marble trim, a black-and-white clawfoot soaking tub, and industrial metal and glass doorways to offer a crisp look, adding a balance of color with cement flooring tiles.