Cutting-Edge Contemporary

In this high-end master bathroom, only the finest materials and technology made the cut. Straight lines, fresh colors, and luxurious features come together to create a cutting-edge contemporary bathroom. Highly polished marble-look tile stretches from the floor to the ceiling in opulent profusion. The fully tiled shower is enclosed in glass and also functions as a steam shower. It features a floating bench, rainfall showerhead, custom inset, and sloping floor. The nearby floating vanity is installed atop a wall of custom gray shiplap. The vanity’s white-washed pale hardwood finish adds a hint of warmth to the sleek design of this room. A lack of hardware and embellishment shifts the focus to the finishes, which reinforce the sense of luxury. A back-lit mirror is asymmetrically offset by floating shelves in the same gray tone as the shiplap. A chic freestanding soaking tub boasts a floor mounted faucet, while heated floors round out the lavish features of this contemporary master bath.

 

Construction and design: Aren Smith and Tim Sparks, South East Ecological Designs (SEED) Construction
Glass: Binswanger Glass
Shiplap: Smoky MTN Wood Products
Tile: Louisville Tile

 

 

fully tiled shower with glass walls marble-look tile and a rainfall showerhead in high-end master bathroom in chattanooga

 

Photography by philip slowiak

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