Not too many spaces have gotten more mileage out of fewer materials than this gorgeous master bathroom, located in the beach community of Watercolors, Fla.
To complement the soothing color palette, exquisite Calcutta marble was used throughout the room. Not to have too much of a good thing, different sizes and shapes of the marble tile were used. Instead of the usual 16 x 16 tile on the floor, Romair chose a smaller tile. On the walls, a blend of various-shaped tile creates an elegant wainscot treatment.
Another twist to the fancy space is the curved walls. They were created specifically to add architectural interest. The curves mimic the languid, undulating waves rolling in from the nearby gulf. Having the curved walls also made more room for the sumptuous porcelain bathtub, with its exposed polished-nickel plumbing.
The decadent glass shower is well-equipped with a multipurpose rain showerhead and several body sprays. The polished-nickel fixtures with ivory handles provide a spa feel, while the lowered ceiling creates the coziness that a warm steam shower needs.
The mirrored his-and-hers vanities with absolute black granite counters offer ample storage space, and their reflection creates the illusion of increased space.