A great bath mimics the style, materials and colors of the rest of the home. These are a few of our favorites, from traditional (Georgian details) to transitional (classic-Nantucket-meets-modern), to modern (spa-like limestone).
Traditional details and materials are in keeping with the rest of this Connecticut coastal. With spectacular water views, it wouldn’t be hard to find your center in this Zen setting.
This master bath combines the subdued colors and materials of Swedish-inspired interiors and traditional Georgian detailing.
This master bath is part of a full master suite renovation. The homeowners tasked us with making it restrained, but not cold, resulting in a modern, spa-like oasis. The Normandy gray limestone creates a calming backdrop for the sculptural tub and matching vanities. (P.S. This bathroom won Connecticut Cottages and Gardens’ 2014 Innovation in Design Award for Best Bath!)
The bold stone tile pattern, modern details, plumbing and hardware update this kid’s bath for a large family.
These two baths are both found in vacation homes. A beautiful Nantucket summer getaway (left) has a master bath that features extra wide vanities with waterfall countertops made of back-painted blue glass. We used clean, minimal transitional details here and throughout the home, honoring Nantucket’s history while bringing the property into the 21st century. The Shelter Island home (right) has monochromatic materials and pared-down details, which create a soothing, “Calgon-take-me-away” atmosphere. (If you’re too young to get that reference, see here.