HGTV Dream Home 2012: Master Bathroom Pictures
All glamour and luxurious fixtures, the master bath offers a spa escape.
A study in neutrals, the master bathroom showcases Turkish travertine tile, maple cabinetry in a chestnut finish and iridescent glass mosaic tile.
Natural quartz tops 3 by 3-foot his-and-hers vanities. White, cream and caramel flecks in the countertop complement the finish of cabinetry and glass mosaic tile.
A freestanding bathtub nestles in a tile-clad niche; a picture window offers views to the northeast.
Spotlit by a double-tier iron chandelier, the tub niche creates a dramatic focal point that is visible from the master bedroom.
Sleek, linear bath fixtures keep all eyes fixed on the eclectic tub. A hand shower offers a spa-like experience.
A blend of cane-, harvest- and sandstone-colored iridescent tile comprises the backsplash, which is fashioned from 37-percent recycled glass material.
A glass-enclosed 6 by 3-foot shower stall, designed to feel like an outdoor shower, features a combination of travertine and glass mosaic tile walls and flooring.
Shower controls stand as sculpture in the stall, with the chrome finish sparkling in direct sunlight.
Three body sprays pair with a contemporary-style, rain-can showerhead for a spa-style shower experience.
The hand-shower hose retracts into the wall when not in use, eliminating the need for a slidebar.
Three windows take advantage of views to the southeast and open to provide ventilation.
Simple single-arm iron wall scones make a design statement without distracting from the room's most prominent views.
Candlesticks, which resemble antique mercury-glass pedestals, keep watch near the tub, lending sparkle, shimmer and glamour.
The bathing area transitions to a living and organization area near the entrance to the master bedroom. Approximately 5 by 7-foot his-and-hers closets boast ample storage space for clothing and bed linens.
Floor-to-ceiling shelving in a chestnut finish makes use of every square inch of storage space.
Flooring transitions from tile to Brazilian chestnut as one passes from bathroom to bedroom.