HGTV Green Home 2011: Master Bathroom Pictures

A spa-like space – outfitted with dual islands and slate-like porcelain and glass-mosaic tile – makes savvy use of space.

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A continuation of the master bedroom’s focus on quiet luxury, the master bathroom boasts two separate islands and an adjoining master closet space.

The slate gray shade of quartz countertops complements the grayish-blue shade of the beetle-kill pine door that separates the room from the bedroom.

A vessel-style sink and faucet and a 6 x 5- foot mirror framed in blue make a subtle nod to the bedroom’s ethnic-chic design style.

Dark wood cabinetry with sleek chrome fixtures and six cabinets provide ample storage space for towels and bath accessories.

Adding pinches of high style, pendant lights with smoky glass founts spotlight island stations.

Emulating the look of quarried slate, porcelain tiles lead to an oversized shower with pitched floor and glass enclosure.

The shower backsplash incorporates thin, putty-colored glass with thin, horizontal stone-like pieces of ceramic in a captivating mosaic.

Chrome fixtures, including an eco-sense faucet, make an understated yet elegant statement.

A distinct pattern of porcelain, ceramic and glass tiles captivates in the master bathroom.

Minimal in style, the one-function, full-spray showerhead features a self-pressurizing rainshower technology that channels water through the showerhead with three times more spray power than most rainshowers.

A spray of pear blossoms and a small bouquet of hyacinths bring a hint of spring indoors.

A door in the master bathroom opens to reveal the 10 x 6-foot master closet space.

The master closet features ample storage shelves and drawers, plus a built-in ironing board and open storage space to hang clothing.

A separate water closet features a dual-flush high efficiency toilet; the cascade pattern of a Low-E glass window allows sunlight to brighten the space while ensuring privacy.

Framed photographs by Jeff Curry add an element of design. “These are pictures of very old structures that are starting to decay and fall apart,” says Linda. “Part of the wood has fallen away, and you see the newspaper that’s been stuffed behind the wood for insulation.”

When a guest enters the room, a The Metlund D'MAND System sensor installed at the top of the beetle-kill pine door activates a small pump that circulates the ambient temperature water in the hot water pipes back to the water heater. The result: Hot water runs as soon as the owner turns on the tap.

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