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Our Favorite Baths

February 23, 2015227 Views
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If you think your master bath is magazine-worthy, you’re in luck: we are now accepting submissions for our Bath of the Year contest! Winners will be featured in out July 2015 issue, and the deadline for applications is 9 a.m. on Friday March 20 (download the entry form here). For design inspiration, we’ve rounded up a few of our favorite baths through the years.


Photo: Erica George Dines

Elegant Calcutta Gold marble on the floor and in the shower creates an elegant, unified look in this master bathroom. A stand-alone tub from Waterworks serves as the perfect relaxing spot for a soak. Interior designer Tammy Connor worked in conjunction with Yong Pak to restore this Philip Trammell Shutze-designed home to its former glory.


Photo: Erica George Dines

Designed by Paige Sumblin Schnell, the bright bath of this lakefront home uses natural materials to bring the scenery in. “The client likes lots of white, and you can see that in the space,” says Sumblin Schnell, a principal designer with Tracery Interiors. “It is a marriage of more rustic wood and stone with crisp white, with a little bit of French influence, but not too much.”

 


Photo: Erica George Dines

Designed by Clay Snider in collaboration with Design Galleria Kitchen and Bath Studio, the master bath of the 2014 Decorators’ Show House & Gardens possesses all the luxury of a spa thanks to a large tub, ornate chandelier and spacious floor plan. Snider also used draperies to softly define spaces such as the lady’s dressing table, while Matthew Quinn worked closely with Crossville Tile and Store to select elements that echoed the architecture of the classical home.


Photo: Erica George Dines

Petite floor tile, oversized limestone baseboards and tall marble surrounds add interest to this black-and-white master bath, a 2012 Bath Contest winner. To reflect the home’s Early American exterior, designer Barbara Westbrook added custom iron doors and windows and a pewter-like finish on plumbing fixtures.


Photo: Emily Followill

When renovating this 1911 home, Courtney Giles peppered the space with metallics to achieve a current yet classic look, an aesthetic particularly evident in the master bath, where a freestanding nickel tub, sparkling chandelier hung from an arch-top ceiling and artwork from Anne Irwin Fine Art fashion a glamorous but serene retreat.


Photo: Erica George Dines

Fresh greenery, a calming color palette and earthy appeal add visual warmth to this powder room and master bath, designed by Capella Kincheloe, who drew inspiration from the natural environment. A stump-turned-wood stool and an alabaster bowl pendant contrast against a backdrop of warm creams and oranges.

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