HGTV Dream Home 2011: Master Bathroom Pictures
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November 25, 2014
The centerpiece of the bathroom's design, a vintage tub discovered at a local architectural salvage center is updated with a coat of paint and a hemlock cradle.
Adding understated ambiance, pewter-trimmed glass votive holders line the ledge above the tub.
To accommodate the tub, the shower wall was stepped out. An art deco-style faucet serves as a nice foil for the vintage tub.
Bathroom lighting includes an elegant bell-shaped, six-light chandelier. French in design, the wrought iron fixture stands in contrast to nautical clamshell lights that illuminate the shower stall.
A birch bark box is stocked with luxurious bathtime accessories, including loofahs and sea sponges. Tokyo Milk soap bars and bubble bath are close at hand.
The linear design and color of porcelain, glaze-coated tile references interior designer Linda Woodrum's inspiration: birch bark. Enclosed in 1/2-inch plate glass, the shower provides the ultimate in spa-style luxury.
The shower space comes equipped with a raincan showerhead, a sleek wall-mount handshower and multiple body sprays.
In a room monopolized by neutrals, a his-and-hers maple vanity, finished in a shade of pimento, draws the eye.
Carpenter David Brown handcrafted the custom birch-framed mirror for the space. Lighting fixtures that peek through the glass complete the clean, uncluttered look.
Vero Single-Handle Lavatory
Charcoal quartz countertop accommodates two sinks topped with modern chrome faucets. A bouquet of white hydrangeas and white countertop accessories extend the neutral canvas.
Black-and-white photography marries well when paired with chrome bathroom fixtures.
A pull-out storage hamper corrals towels and clothing.
The vanity comes equipped with a warming drawer for towels and lotions.
The home's most dramatic view can be enjoyed as one peers through the master bathroom's 5-foot-wide by 12-foot-tall column of glass.
A Lutron shade, concealed during daylight hours in a custom-constructed spruce pine valance box, can be lowered as privacy demands.