Inspired by Nature

At this lakeside home, bringing the outdoors in was the goal for this serene master bathroom. The floor looks like hardwood, but is actually a porcelain tile—a woodsy but practical addition. A unique tree mosaic is made up of flat pebbles and matches the shower floor. Creamy white tile lines the remainder of the shower. Above the free-standing soaking tub is the room’s focal point—a large slab of Himalayan white quartzite. Floating vanities bring a modern touch to the space, and eco-friendly ReVelle white sand countertops mimic a concrete look. Artistic lighting fixtures add an extra pop of visual interest.

 

Design: Jackie Howard, Scarlett’s Custom Cabinetry;

Elaine Sanders, The Tile Store; Natalie Sims

Cabinetry: Scarlett’s Custom Cabinetry

Tile and installation: The Tile Store

Contractor: HGH Construction

Fixtures: Ferguson

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