The modern egg-shaped tub in a master bath creates a perfect sanctuary for a long soak.
In this luxurious master bath, washed horizontal wooden planks wrap the tub alcove and continue beyond. Set against that background is a freestanding Waterworks .25 tub, with sensuous curves said by the homeowner to be remarkably comfortable — a tub everyone should experience at least once. It is served by a floor mounted filler, while the controls are located on the adjacent wall. Floor tiles are handcrafted Peacock Pavers, a concrete limestone-lookalike. Artwork brings in the look of the copper.
The sink area is a lesson in restraint. Twelve-inch travertine tile is used on the double entrance wall — the openings were windows in the original kitchen. (The tile is also used in a double shower, not shown). Stained wood flooring in the wet area mimics tongue-and-groove wall planks. Wall-mounted sink faucets by Waterworks are sterling silver and paired with slope-rimmed travertine basin sinks resting on travertine slabs. Polished nickel mirrors, mounted on a polished stone-tile wall, finish the space. Natural light flows into the vanity area through warehouse window walls and a wire-glass roof. The result is a master bath with timeless, impeccable style.
(Source: Tracery Interiors)
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