Although the term ‘luxury’ is relative to the beholder, luxury bathroom renovations contain design elements that speak luxury to the homeowner. The Bath of the Year Winner commands attention from the elegant entrance to the slightly oversized French limestone flooring that continues in the shower. The Calacatta Viola marble countertops invite serenity in this light filled bath retreat.
Other design elements that are trending for luxury baths include “showers that include rain heads, body sprays and aging-in-place features such as larger spaces that incorporate a shower, bench and perhaps a tub, all in the same wet zone” according to Kitchen & Bath Design News.
The Bath of Year, designed by Robin Burnett, contains transitional elements that allow handcrafted custom features to shine. A free-standing Olivia Tub and artwork by Clay McLaurin that brings in subtle color all work together in creating a true escape from the busyness of life.
The french doors support the entrance to clean lines, open floor plan that support the oversized shagreen mirrors and elegant Lucite and brass hardware, sconces with a touch of basic utility in the tripod oak stool placed in the shower.
What an example of inspired luxury design!
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Photography: Lacey Sombar