Sleek, Contemporary Master Bathroom

Designer Teresa Ryback selected soothing, neutral colors for this L-shaped bathroom. The design and natural-flowing floor plan creates an easy flow from the master bedroom, past the vanities and into the oversized shower.
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April 01, 2015

Photo By: Teresa Ryback

Photo By: Teresa Ryback

Photo By: Teresa Ryback

Photo By: Teresa Ryback

Photo By: Teresa Ryback

Photo By: Teresa Ryback

Seamless Transition Between Bed & Bath

To create continuity between the master bedroom and open concept ensuite, designer Teresa Ryback used the same oak hardwood floor and neutral wall color in the two spaces.
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Double Vanity With Elbow Room

Drawing inspiration from sumptuous 5-star hotels, Ryback chose a contemporary L-shaped vanity and topped it with sleek vessel sinks. Vein cut porcelain tile adds a sense of movement to the walls.
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Double Vanity With Upper Cabinets

The expansive double vanity provides storage above and below the countertop. Open shelving frees up precious counter space and keeps must-haves at hand. Under-vanity lighting adds dimension to the lighting scheme and illuminates the pale oak floor.
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Sleek & Simple Hardware

Contemporary metallic hardware adds a subtle gleam to the all-neutral bathroom.
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Soothing Spa Shower

With porcelain tile already encasing the majority of the bathroom, the shower backsplash was an easy decision. The walk-in shower features a soothing rain shower head and room for two.
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Free-Flowing Entrance

The bathroom was designed to be an organic off-shoot of the bedroom. The sinuous line of the bedroom wall accentuates the design's free-flowing floor plan.
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