When it comes to the master bathroom, designing a space that's suitable for both husband and wife can be a design headache. This beautiful master bath on the banks of the Tennessee River has the perfect remedy.
Several elements were important to the homeowners when designing this space. Most important was being able to enjoy the gorgeous woods and water view. Fortunately, the house is situated on a very private lot, so large windows are incorporated into the design. This lets in lots of natural light and connects the homeowners with the surrounding nature.
The vanities and tub surround on her side of the bathroom are covered in a marble tile known as rainforest. The warm colors and striations in the marble make it look like fossils. Above the vanity, a TV mirror was installed so the homeowner can keep up on current events while getting ready in the morning.
Next to the vanity, on his side of the bathroom, is a spacious walk-in shower. Both shower and vanity are covered in the same rainforest tile that is on her side. The shower is well-appointed with a dual-spray showerhead, heated floors and hand-carved storage nooks.
To complement John's love of the outdoors, a screened-in porch is installed off his side of the bathroom. If he wants to get something to drink while enjoying the view, he can just head over to Manya's side of the bathroom, where there is a small kitchenette. The homeowners can enjoy an early-morning coffee or late-night glass of wine out on the porch.