In a rustic master bath, the custom tub surround is reminiscent of a French wall fountain.
Wood salvaged from a North Carolina barn is used to create a rustic master bath retreat that is also romantic. The setting helps. The bath was created in a room with large windows and a high, pitched roof clad in wooden planks. A Waterworks Cambridge tub nestles underneath the expanse of double tier windows. Its custom surround is washed in an oyster shell palette, with a backsplash detail and a wall mounted faucet reminiscent of a French wall fountain with trough. The tone of the mirrored doors echo wood across the room.
Under-mounted sinks don’t distract from the marble topped console, which was based on an antique French draper’s table. The double console is sized for and set into an architectural niche. Rohl Bridge faucets in Tuscan brass finish compliment the cottage’s metal windows. A single mirror rests between the basins while open shelves below hold towels and necessities. Resting a mirror on the vanity may not be idea but there is a functional issue here because of the window height. Sconces on each side of the niche — rather than flanking the window — provide some light. A mixed pair of upholstered chairs complete the setting of this elegant master bath retreat.
(Source: House Beautiful)
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