Adding Luxury and Style to a Renovated Bath

Katzbath5WebMy client’s bath was in need of a complete overhaul, and the wish list included a new tub, shower, double sinks, and a makeup table.

Working with my favorite contractor we closed a hallway entrance, doubled the size of the shower, created a half wall for makeup table and a cozier space for the tub, and moved the washer and dryer from the basement to an adjacent space next to the shower. With the flow and efficiency improved, I devised a scheme using dark emperador stone as the key material. The plush, veined stone surrounds the tub, windows and shower enclosure, and as a mosaic moves from the window to the half wall, functions as backsplash for the vanities, and increases perceived height in the shower with two vertical stripes. A cats paw rug in front of the tub adds a playful touch, and shelving next to the vanities enhances storage. Wall colors are variations of cream, while the floors are a light stone.

I design my baths to be elegant and sophisticated, like classic hotel baths. They should be places for luxuriating, pampering, decompressing. See more baths here.

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