Master Bathroom Photos From HGTV Green Home 2010

Cabinetry, custom built by MacKenzie Brothers, is topped with CaesarStone natural quartz countertop. Sculptural vessel sinks in a honed white finish and wall-mounted lavatory faucets elevate the look of the traditional space.

Rich Rosedown Hickory flooring grounds the light-as-air space, while a series of windows flood the room with natural light. Three windows open to ventilate the space.

Builder Glenn MacKenzie incorporated the home’s roofline into the interior design, creating a spa-like space – complete with raincan showerhead – that resembles an outdoor shower. A water closet and deep soaking tub lend an additional element of luxury.

Mosaic glass tile is paired with ceramic tile in the shower stall for a clean, coastal look.

The 3x5-foot shower stall is enclosed by tempered safety glass with polished nickel trim.

Roofline clapboard, painted a subtle gray, resembles coastal cottages, weathered over time.

Rustic wood floors pop against otherwise crisp white tiled surfaces and V-grove walls.

A black-and-white photograph of water lilies continues the spa-like design theme. Mercury glass and silver accessory trays add a flash of metallic.

The muted blue color of the cabinetry and pared-down hardware make a quiet statement. Glass content in the countertops shimmers and sparkles in the midday sun.

Chippendale-style mirrors, crafted by carpenter David Brown, are finished in a deep shade of indigo. Silver-leafed stars stand in for the traditional gilt eagle crests.

The 2x4-foot soaking tub, nested in a V-grove island and topped with a quartz countertop, offers a relaxing bathing alternative.

Glass mosaic tile in hues of navy and federal blue add shimmer to the shower stall.