Modern Mélange

Luxury Baths

Photos Courtesy of Juliet Braly/Photography by Med Dement

Myriad textures and patterns come to play in this modern master bathroom; used together, they transform the space into something that’s both livable and luxurious. Above the freestanding tub, which serves as the focal point of the room, a crystal chandelier draws the eye and offers up a hint of glamour. Complementing this glistening light fixture with their sophisticated feel are the glass wall sconces and cabinet hardware. The cabinets themselves have a textured open grain that introduces rusticity to the space, while the bathroom’s pristine wainscoting is reminiscent of the classic cottage style. The wood effect tile flooring – which gives the room an inviting aura – shifts to elegant basket weave tile on the floor of the zero-threshold shower, selected for its accessibility and custom spa-like features; here, two additional tile patterns are perfectly paired to achieve a cohesive look. Polishing off the room are leafy plants, fluffy floor mats, and woven baskets – tactile accessories that add texture and interest.


Interior design: Juliet Braly, Juliet Braly Interior Design

Bathtub, lighting, and plumbing fixtures: Ferguson

Cabinetry: Classic Cabinetry

Countertops and tile: Chattanooga Granite & Marble

Shower installation: Independent Glass Company

Woodwork: Integrity Home Developers, LLC

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