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When London homeowners requested a sophisticated industrial-inspired master bathroom with natural stone, a steam shower, a bath and a double vanity, Roselind Wilson and Alexandra Jurkiewicz of Roselind Wilson Design delivered in spades. “We steered away from the obvious gray palette to reflect a sense of warmth whilst still looking very chic,” Wilson explains. “Combining different materials, textures and finishes, the bathroom exudes individuality while remaining luxurious.”
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A custom cedar tub by Zen Bathworks is a warm contrast to the Ann Sacks marble tile in this Seattle bathroom by Heliotrope Architects.
“We actually began with the positioning of this tub in relation to the view to the lake, and then laid out the rest of the house. We liked the idea of a light-filled, bright-white space to offset the home’s darker palette and how the wood tub pops.” —Mike Mora
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Kelly Wearstler’s Utopia sconces for Circa Lighting and Soho Studio Corp.‘s Evo Hex Nero and Asian Statuary marble tile flooring complete this South Carolina space by Cortney Bishop Design.
“The black-and-white palette allows each of the architectural and finish details to stand out even more. Your eye isn’t distracted by the extras, but rather instantly caught by the modern lines.” —Cortney Bishop
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This bathroom by Nam Dang-Mitchell Design updates tradition with an Aquabrass bathtub, custom patterned limestone flooring and Statuario marble countertops.
“This bathroom features traditional, warm elements like wood, steel, natural stones and a freestanding tub, but we did them in a sleeker, more clean-lined way.” —Nam-Dang Mitchell