Timeless Transitional

This glamourous master bathroom features traditional styling with a touch of contemporary features. Luxurious limestone travertine tile is strategically laid in varying patterns to create numerous effects throughout this room. The floor is laid in a wide herringbone pattern, creating a sweeping effect similar to a hardwood floor. This pattern continues up the wall behind the vanity to the ceiling, adding grandeur and visual interest. The vanity itself is a stunning focal point with ribbon cut mahogany wooden cabinetry that features push drawers. It is topped by a soft cream-colored granite with light veining and soft curved sinks with golden faucets, which add a whimsical and lovely accent. In one corner, a freestanding soaking bathtub is tucked into a dazzling nook that sparkles with cut glass windows and a Waterford chandelier. To the other side, the spacious tile shower features a focal waterfall tile inlay in smaller patterned limestone travertine, a honeycomb floor and ceiling, and walls wrapped in horizontal patterned tile to create more visual space.


Interior designer: Alan Peeples, Furniture of Dalton
Countertops, cabinetry, mirrors, and vase: Furniture of Dalton
Tub: Wholesale Supply Group, Chattanooga
Windows: Art Glass of Chattanooga


ribbon cut mahogany wood cabinetry with cream colored granite counters and curved sinks in elegant timeless transitional master bathroom in chattanooga


Photos Courtesy of Furniture of Dalton / By Super Chief

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