Bright and Full of Detail
Once a dark and worn out space, this master bathroom didn’t compliment the rest of the house. A typical corner built-in tub and an outdated shower were high on the propriety list for a make-over. Having a brighter environment to prepare for the day was another item on the homeowner’s wish list. Creating a focal point with the soaker tub drove much of the design. The homeowners didn’t want the typical deck-mounted tub, so they selected a free-standing, air bubbler style tub with an elegant tub filler faucet. The tub sits upon an organic pebble detail which adds to the relaxed lines, removing rigidity lines that are typically in bathrooms, making this one anything but ordinary.
Our paint choices helped accentuate the beautiful cathedral ceiling, which makes the space appear larger. Adding sconce lighting at the vanities makes for more flattering task lighting. Only using lighting from above, such as recessed cans, creates dark circles under the eyes.
The decorative art piece hanging in the wall niche is a special piece to the homeowners. The artist of the piece is one whom the homeowners have long admired and discovered while traveling.
Now the master bath is far more inviting and a great space to relax and soak in a hot bath.