Calm & Composed

Luxury Baths

Photography by Ryan Dugger/Creative Revolver

Understated colors, classic lines, simple curves, and subtle details are the foundation of this serene transitional bathroom. Elegant countertops coat the shaker-style cabinetry, while pops of bronze found in the hardware, wall sconces, and mirror trim warm up the white vanity. The room’s deep-set freestanding tub is sleek and sophisticated while offering optimal comfort, and underfoot, large fabric-look tile runs wall to wall in a staggered pattern – maintaining clean lines that continue the theme of calmness. But the true pièce de résistance of this tranquil bathroom is the walk-in shower. The same tile that covers the floor makes up the bulk of the shower; however, two vertical lines of Mirazur La Blanca tile, handmade by Sonoma, carefully crawl up both of the walls and give the shower a splash of personality. White penny tile coats the shower base, supplying underfoot texture and a contemporary touch. Dual shower heads only further elevate the relaxing space.

double shower head in relaxing master bathroom

Tile: Louisville Tile

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