Ornate Splendor

This dazzling master bath is a Federal-style masterpiece, focusing on symmetry and balance while showcasing ornate, European-influenced forms. Custom-built maple vanity cabinets feature curved doors in the center, complemented by brass hardware and furniture feet. Above hang ornate brass-framed mirrors, flanked by identical brass wall sconces. Topped with marble-inspired quartzite, these matching vanities symmetrically set the stage to draw your eye to the center of the room where an opulent crystal chandelier hangs. Below the chandelier is a freestanding soaking tub, and in the background is a custom wooden valance with carved embellishments – painted in a metallic gold finish – sitting atop swagged, fringed drapery. A circular tray ceiling with a light gold tone further draws your eye to the center of the room, while the diagonal herringbone pattern of the Calacatta vagali marble forms an elevated backdrop. The stunning shower features the same marble in a smaller tile on the floor and polished porcelain tile on the wall, along with a marble mosaic trimmed in honey onyx natural stone.


Cabinetry: Ana Woodworks, LLC
Cabinetry design: Carol MacKinnon, CKD, Ana Woodworks, LLC
Builder: Chris Sterchi, Sterchi Construction
Countertops and tile: Stone Source, Inc.
Interior designer: Beth Wilee Jones, ASID, The Interior Collection
Tile installation: Stone Source, Inc.


marble tiled walk in shower with gold fixtures and an elegant patterned tile inset


Photography by Dan Henry Photography

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