Light-Filled Luxury

Luxury Baths

Photography by Philip Slowiak



Polished tile and walls of mirrors and glass infuse light and sophistication into this master bathroom. The Arabascato tile that adorns the floors finds its complement in the maple cabinetry, which is painted a custom light gray. The rows of slab drawers, along with their quartz countertops, offer clean lines and a sweet simplicity that ground the rest of the space. On the wall nearest to the exterior window, a beveled-edge mirror and twin sconces break up the visual monotony of the countertop-to-ceiling vanity mirror while adding dimension and a touch of elegance. These mirrors reflect the picturesque mountain views just outside the room’s showpiece windows, flanked by coordinating curtains for a cohesive look. On the far end of the vanity, the lowered counter offers a well-appointed space for applying makeup in comfort and style. Just feet away, a pristine freestanding tub sits in front of paned glass that acts as a barrier between the walk-in shower and the rest of the room.


Cabinetry: Scarlett’s Cabinetry

Cabinetry design: Jackie Howard, Scarlett’s Cabinetry

Appliances, lighting fixtures, and plumbing fixtures: Ferguson

Architect: Laurel Powell

Builder: Bobby Cronan, Kinston Southern Properties

Countertops: Smokey Mountain Tops

Glass and windows: Hullco

Tile: The Tile Store

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