Thursday, January 14, 2010

Ultimate in Bathing

In the master bath, Wolf placed Clodagh aCollection's Zen cast-concrete tub on a concrete slab inside the glassed-in shower enclosure to make it "a sculptural focal point." Faucets and shower fixtures by Waterworks. Wolf designed the nickel and mahogany console-style vanity and fitted it with glass Vitraform sinks. Floors and walls are honed limestone.

Step into the Medicis copper tub by Herbeau and it feels as if you've stepped into another era. An antique Italian chair follows the curve. Inlaid Indian Almirah armoire from Charles Jacobsen.

Bathroom by Stephen Shubel

To complement the black-and-white master bedroom, the walls of the master bath were painted in bold black-and-white stripes.

Bathroom by Lawrence Rizkowsky

The master bath has an authentic period look. The 1920s tiles are from Scott Wells; 1920s chandelier is from Remains. Walls are Clarence House's Les Fougères in Bianco; curtains are Cowtan & Tout's Trailing Leaf in white. The 1870s faux-bamboo mirror is from Hideaway House.

Bathroom by Jill Sharp Brinson

The Waterworks Cambridge tub was a birthday gift from Brinson's husband. "I wanted it to feel like a trough in an old barn, with the faucet coming directly out of the wall." A mirrored cabinet hides a television.

1 comment:

  1. Oh gosh, these bathrooms are all so wonderful! When I spotted the first pic I thought to my self "that's gotta be Vicente Wolf".. offcause. He always uses the glass doors around the tub/shower.. so pretty and unique!


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