Monday, July 16, 2012
The Ultimte Bath
Custom floating millwork and concrete countertops help support the floating his and hers mirrors in this master bath facing the Potomac River. Sandblasted glass sheets have some areas mirrored and some clear to allow for the sunlight to stream in during the day, while allowing for a mirrored surface for shaving or brushing.
The uniform pebbled floor help unite all the areas in the spa-like master bathroom, with uninterrupted views of the Potomac River. The double vanity and bathtub-for-two are separated from the shower stall and the toilet area by a wall of translucent film with playful bubble cutouts of different diameters.
A spa room designed for a couple's relaxing experience was Zen-inspired. Multi-color blue glass tiles surrounds the grand Jacuzzi tub that is filled harmoniously by water from a ceiling fixture. Hand blown glass fixtures imported from Italy were paired with candleight and wall sconces to provide ample lighting to the space. A hand carved chair and bamboo inlayed dresser was provided for stylish storage and seating.
A custom steam room in a Zen-inspired space was created using multi-colored blue and gold glass tiles covering the ceiling and benches. Complementary earth tone tiles on the floor and walls help give the space a grounded feel. A soothing fountain and LED lighting in the ceiling completely this elegant Hammam bath.
This easy-to-care-for bathroom combines glass block, slate and mirrors for a glamorous look. The glass block inside the sliding window eliminated the need for HOA approvals.
Asian simplicity is the theme of this bathroom. A vessel glass sink with wall-mounted, brushed nickel plumbing fixtures is set among an artistic slate backsplash.
I could stay on this subject forever, hope this gives you a few ideas for adding serenity to your home bath areas.