Serene Bathroom with Freestanding Tub
We recently completed this Serene Bathroom with Freestanding Tub, and it is the definition of tranquil.
The space is a L-shape that was formerly dominated by a jacuzzi tub in the corner. The new soaking tub and floating vanity help give the space a light and airy feel.
You enter the Bathroom from an angled doorway so we laid the “marble”-like floor tile on the diagonal to lead you into the space. Our color scheme of whites, grays and tans sets the mood. The custom vanity has custom mirrors with detailed crown molding. We flanked the mirrors with 3 sconces which is the optimal light source in any bathroom.
The placement of the freestanding tub allowed for a table and accessories to fill the back corner. Sherwin Williams’ Austere Gray (SW6184) adds a subtle hint of color to the walls.
All of the finishes in the space are polished chrome which adds a reflective quality as well as a touch of bling to the Bathroom.
Taking the tile up the wall behind the soaking tub highlights it as the focal point of this Bathroom.
Instead of his and hers’ vanities, the homeowners decided to keep the original set up with two sinks in a 60″ vanity and a separate dressing table.
Isn’t this skirted stool the homeowner found precious? Love the functional handle on top for ease of movement.
One change we did make to the footprint was to reverse the location of the shower and toilet. This allowed for a more private area for the toilet and a slightly larger shower.
We took the same wall tile midway in the shower and then add these gorgeous glass subway tiles to the ceiling. The seamless glass door and upper glass wall give the shower an even larger feel. Notice the square shape of the shower head is repeated in the cabinetry hardware.
The half wall in the shower was the perfect spot for a niche and corner bench.
As toilets go, this one is handsome. I love the base – again, we repeated the square shape.
We accessorized the small wall leading into the closet with this set of 9 white succulent flowers. They look great against the wall color and really add dimension to the corner.
We added a furniture valance to the dressing table as well as cocooned the top with this interesting quartz countertop which tied our color scheme together. I know it is not right to covet, but I have to say, I really want one of these dressing tables!