Master Suite/Bathrooms. The cherry wood cabinetry and casework fit with the traditional and masculine side of the aesthetic. For the female client, a glazed paint finish in white was used for her seating area and furniture piece with towel storage and a hamper near the shower. These pieces also have cabriole feet and furniture sides. The mirror at this seated area is delicate and very detailed, also hinged with jewelry storage behind. There are many specific storage areas with many organizational accessories in the cabinetry. The vanity sink areas have many drawers and the wall cabinets have outlets inside them. Wendy R. Mayes traditional-tranquility

His & Hers

Thu 12 2008

Master Suite/Bathrooms. The closet cabinetry was designed to feel light and semi-translucent with the use of Shoji door components, giving the impression that the room doesn’t stop where storage begins. All of the storage elements emulate furniture or are hidden behind Shoji walls. The greens and grays of the granite countertop complement the Sapeli and Wenge cabinetry with subtle drama. The moss green glass inlays in the heated antique floor were also integrated into the decorative mosaic tile, used as the casement for the reed glass doors and as accent tile in the shower. Scott & Sandra Gjesdahl his-hers

Fine Detail

Thu 12 2008

Master Suite/Bathrooms. The space plan solution provided a new closet wall that allowed a French antique replica soaking tub to be positioned directly in front of the existing gas fireplace. A partition between a window and the new vanity would assist in creating a well-lighted toilet and shower compartment. The eight-foot vanity positioned across the back wall is balanced by the soaking tub to the left and the fireplace and mantel to the right, providing an intimate view of the fire.The timeless elegance of a historically rich period, the numerous elaborate and ornate details found throughout the home were emulated here. The focus in this bath is the soft curves of a scroll and leaf motif, which further unify all of the elements in the room. Nicholas J. Geragifine-detail

The High Life

Thu 12 2008

Master Suite/Bathrooms. A number of small rooms were combined to shape this former master bath. His and her sinks, two closets, and a toilet room were located in the hallway. A 115-square foot room at the end of this hallway contained only a 30 x 60-inch tub and a 30 x 48-inch stall shower. The entire ceiling is covered with tongue-and-groove cedar. Porcelain slate tile laid on the floor diagonally is used to define the vanity and makeup mirrors. Warm sequenced matched cherry cabinetry surrounds the room. Cherry tub panels, a make-up table and display niches continue the feel around the room. Holly Rickertthe-high-life

Fireside Relaxation

Thu 12 2008

Large Bathrooms. This master bath retreat was created off the master bedroom on what once was a barely used cedar deck. The oval hydrotherapy tub begs one to relax in front of the gas stainless steel fireplace with stunning views of nature outside. Floating vanities against South American slate walls with glass tile inlay heighten the feel of modern luxury. Hand-blown glass pendants dance on the ceiling and pull the wonderful copper glass color of the sinks upward. When there’s no time for a bath, the open entry clear glass wall shower with a small built-in seat is a comfortable showering space. Blue Arnold fireside-relaxation

Large Bathrooms

Thu 12 2008

Large Bathrooms a luxurious roomy jetted spa was centered beneath the bay window and dazzled by an overhead crystal chandelier. Wide double French doors further connected the rooms. Honed Italian Carara marble on the spa deck, vanity countertops, mosaic floor pad, shower threshold and shelf niches contrasted with the high sheen of mirror and vintage-styled polished nickel faucets. Romantic curves flowed from the archway to the rounded fronts of the symmetrically-balanced furniture-style vanities and spa deck. Donna L.A. Riddell large-bathrooms

A Golden Retreat

Thu 12 2008

Large Bathrooms. The wood floor in the bedroom/hallway transitions into the bathroom’s quartzite stone floor. A wooden soffit was created around the room to lower the vaulted ceiling. New windows bring in natural light and the vanity mirrors are trimmed to match. The large double vanity has concrete counters with real leaf imprints in the concrete backsplash. The large shower/steam room includes a rainshower and is wrapped in sandstone planking, with a small window matching the tile shape. The most unusual feature is a waterfall, which runs down the sandstone tiled wall into a bed of pebbles. Siri Evju a-golden-retreat1