I am dreaming about getting to one day use this masterbath room! It can't come soon enough (we're so close, which means its about time I showed you all what's going on in here).
Aside from the overall layout of the master bath, it's hard to decide what I'm dying over the most. But let's start with the stone. For the countertops I chose a beautiful slab of white marble called "Everest".. I searched online to see other images on Everest and it looks nothing like it. The veining is a light/medium grey but very defined and distinct. To me it closely resembled some of the Lincoln white marble slabs I had seen, BUT without the high price tag. SOLD. This was priced similarly to a Carrara Marble, but I am over the busy-ness of Carrara! (sorry all one million of you who just installed Carrara)
The plumbing fixtures have to be next in line to talk about because I have probably been talking about these faucets since last April when I made the executive decision that I HAD to have them. The entire masterbath suite is fixed with the Brixo Litze line in the gold finish. It is incredible. I adore the fine details of this line. It is architectural and industrial, while extremely elegant. The knurled metal levers just do it for me.
The cabinetry is a simple shaker style with raised leg detail, and a shallow upper for added storage since this is a fairly small masterbath! The floor is this black 1" hexagon mosaic, that wraps up the wall as the baseboard and runs though to the shower. The wet room (shower/tub area) walls have a white bevelled subway tile that was actually gifted to me from one of my designer friends project (THANK YOU! You know who you are!). The wall sconces are from Cedar and Moss whom I love because their fixtures are made from solid brass!
The powder bathroom was fairly simple to design. The existing floors were screaming to be in a dark and dramatic environment. Black painted plaster walls, Nero Marquina for the floating lavatory, and floor to ceiling black penny round in the shower. Add brass accents, like this CB2 mirror, these light fixtures and DONE!
I'm starting to shop for towels, hardware, and bath accessories now! I've linked a few items that I'm looking at as well as some of the fixtures I chose for these baths below!