Thursday, August 28, 2014
posted by Stefani
The master bath is always an area of the home that you want to be relaxing. We spend a lot of time in this room so you want to feel at ease. You also want to have fun with the design and incorporate a few dramatic points of interest! I selected a mix of elements that achieves both goals. I kept a natural color palette of earthy browns and greys mingled with rich blues.
First up we have the gorgeous Laguna Pearl bath from Alegna. I could soak in here for hours! I paired it with the clean lined Carissa Tub Faucet and stuck with a similar look in the shower with the Callas Shower System, both from Signature Hardware in oil rubbed bronze.
The Jardin collection from Artistic Tile is amazing, the glazed ceramic Bloom pattern in Lily White (right) was perfect for the main wall tile. I love the pattern that comes to life when its applied in a large area. The subtle but intriguing pattern of the Flow Collection in Sky (top left) adds movement to the shower wall and Kingswood Stilo Honed Mosaic (bottom left) is a great balance for floor throughout the room, both from Artistic Tile.
I wanted dark grey cabinets with wood countertop similar to the walnut tone of the bath. Exira Faucet by Signature Hardware is a lovely complement to both the countertop and the other plumbing fixtures. And I could not resist the new Whist Glass Undermount Sink in Doe from Kohler. Take a look at the pattern close up!
For a vanity mirror I chose a new design from Mirror Image. It’s actually from their hospitality line but it has a great shape and I just love the height! The Tyrone Wall Sconce by Robert Abbey is a nice addition to the long line of the mirror.
I’m obsessed with the wallcoverings from Flat Vernacular. When I saw their Nimbo Wallpaper in Noctilucent and there was no turning back, it started the tone and color palette for the room. I’m using it as a statement in the water closet since it maybe a little too bold for the whole bathroom. The Grey Diva Chandelier by Regina Andrew Design is a great accent with its circular discs. Can you imagine how the light shines off all those beauties?
And finally we come to the finishing touches that add a personal feel to your space. I am all about a spa-like feel in the bathroom so I combined the striped Linie rug from Jaipur’s Konstrukt Collection, the Luna Stool by MadeGoods (it’s crocheted raffia!), and this photograph, Off Orcas Island, from Mirror Image. How tranquil!
I hope you enjoyed this year’s Faux Sho-House Master Bath!