There is no illusion of space or luxury in this spa inspired master bath – it delivers both with ease.
Floor to ceiling glass panels create a wet room oasis, complete with a cast concrete soaking tub and two shower areas. The back-to-back spaces are divided by a wall sheathed in etched stone tiles. On the left is a floor mount Pipe shower fitting from Boffi and, on the right, a flush mount ceiling shower. With its steady rain-like stream and expansive windows views, there’s no doubt the showering experience is spectacular. The outer wall is completely covered in a different tile, including a built-in bench underneath the windows. It’s not often you see so much space dedicated to a master bath, but at 17,000 square feet the house has room to spare. Located in Miami, it features a sequence of courtyards that take advantage of the sky, water and trees, so privacy is not an issue.
A counter of Macassar ebony is pierced by a pair of Boffi I Fiumi sinks – you can catch a glimpse of the egg-shape bottom underneath. The stainless steel Cut wall mount faucets repeats the counter’s horizontal line. The keep it simple mindset continues with the floating frameless mirror and Crystal Sphere wall sconce from Alison Berger Glassworks. An ebony island [top] offers storage nearby. This elegant modern bath isn’t only open to the outdoors – the wall of onyx [below] is the back side of the sink wall, partially concealing the bath from the master bedroom. The end result is a handsome spa bath styled with restraint, where quality materials are given the space to breathe on their own.