Luxurious Baths: Organic Comfort

Photography: Med Dement
Naturals
To maximize the organic look and feel, Sanders selected a fog-colored glass tile for the shower. The knotty alder cabinets have a cypress finish with ReVelle countertops, which lend a “green” concrete look. The flooring is Idyllwild stone with veining that mimics a wood floor. 

the vision for this bathroom flowed naturally from the home’s wooded and peaceful surroundingsThe vision for this bathroom flowed naturally from the home’s wooded and peaceful surroundings. The challenge was to create a space that would be both an extension of the outdoor environment – serene and natural – but one that would also be inherently practical with a modern edge. To make it work, Jackie Howard, Natalie Sims, and Elaine Sanders worked together to select durable organic materials. The cabinetry is a thickly grained wood that creates a rich texture for the stone and glass throughout the bathroom. The chocolate brown stone that makes up the flooring has creamy and lighter brown veining that adds a subtle warmth. Clean parallel lines run throughout the space, giving the bathroom an effortlessly modern and naturalistic aesthetic.

Design: Jackie Howard, Scarlett’s Cabinetry; Natalie Sims, Yessick’s Design Center; Elaine Sanders, The Tile Store

Cabinetry: Scarlett’s Cabinetry

Countertops: The Tile Store

Bath Fixtures & Lighting: Ferguson

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