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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[…] Traulsen pass-thru fridge is accessible from the kitchen and this pantry area. A farmhouse sink with deck mounted faucet rests on a simple wooden leg console. Floors, here and in the kitchen, are custom field terra cotta tiles that were stained several times and sealed. The walls and ceiling of the pantry are wrapped in washed horizontal wooden planks. Polished and recently re-tinned pieces make up the homeowner’s extensive collection of copper cookware. He spent weeks measuring, taking inventory and planning storage to maximize the island’s potential. Future projects include a fourteen-foot iron pot rack above the island. As beautiful as the drawer of copper pots, the roof [below] was created by fitting together 24″ x 36″ copper pieces and soldering twice, to secure the seams. Read about the unique room that lies beneath this copper beauty, the Salie House China Room, and don’t miss the home’s Timeless Modern Master Bath. […]