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Juxtaposed by white Calacatta Mandria wall tile, flooring and the tub surround, the accent wall’s book-matched Calacatta black marble cladding takes on the role of artwork in the main bathroom.
Breccia Capraia marble from Opustone Stone and Tile Concepts pairs with Clé’s zellige wall tiles and Hex flooring in the main bathroom, home to a Kohler tub and Watermark faucet from Maison & Co. The custom cabinetry shows off round brass Schoolhouse pulls.
Lavish and Loud
Chilcoat hand-selected the main bathroom’s spectacular Breccia Capraia marble from Architectural Surfaces, formerly Modul Marble, in Sun Valley, California, and used it as a surround for the tub featuring Kallista hardware.
The marble that lines the walls of the main bathroom’s shower seems to mimic the waves visible through the window. Waterworks mosaic tile covers the floor, and P.E. Guerin fittings make the area functional and beautiful.
Book-matched Calacatta Apuano marble slabs and mosaic tiles from Ruben Sorhegui Tile Distributors create a striking backdrop for the BainUltra bathtub and Kallista fixtures in the main bathroom.
In the main bathroom, the mirror above the custom Rysso Peters vanity reflects the regal Arteriors chandelier.
In the main bathroom, the priority was to incorporate a traditional Japanese soaking tub, and the team selected one by Zen Bathworks. Its sleek lines are matched by streamlined Hansgrohe plumbing fixtures. Mustang marble complements the color of the tub and surrounds the bath and forms the vanity countertop.
Striking Nero Marquina marble sets a dramatic tone in the master bathroom, complemented by The Urban Electric Co. sconces. The bathtub is from Waterworks.
The primary bathroom is a study in serenity with its Victoria + Albert tub and walk-in-shower enveloped in Nouveau Calacatta sheathing from Arizona Tile. Matte black Delta Faucet hardware provides a graphic pop.
A floating vanity by JCP Cabinetry gives heft, while the pristine Bianco Dolomiti marble slabs in the shower were the first material architect Joseph McGuier selected for the project. Matte black Vola fittings tie to Jason Miller’s Fiddlehead sconce. An antique Bendheim mirror hangs on indigo tadelakt plaster finish walls.
Ann Sacks tile flooring complements the master bathroom’s dramatic black and white Victoria + Albert tub. Bryen continued the glam accents into the space, choosing Aquabrass plumbing fixtures and an eye-catching pendant by Visual Comfort & Co.
Sharp and Sleek
In the main bathroom, a pair of floating vanities from Artcraft Kitchens is accentuated by oak flooring that continues upward to wrap the wall and ceiling. Behind an MTI soaking tub is an accent wall of Bianco Venatino.
Splash of Color
Since Victorian homes weren’t originally built with proper master suites, Sutro and Kim decided to use some of the space from the master closet and a neighboring bedroom to create a master bathroom, where a sculptural tub sits beneath an artwork by Zhuang Hong Yi.
The master bathroom is a serene refuge. A vivid slab of green-streaked marble purchased at Eagle Stones Corporation makes a statement in the shower, along with Aquabrass fixtures and textured Nero Marquina marble tiles. The BainUltra tub sits on white marble from Oracle Flooring and Design.
Sometimes just one piece changes the mood of a room. For the recently overhauled main bathroom, Harris incorporated a vintage chair to “bring a sense of the past into the modern space,” hearkening back to the Spanish-style architecture of the home.
Centered in front of the window, a bathtub by MTI from Hydrology offers a spot for rest and relaxation in the spa-like en-suite bathroom, which is outfitted with chevron floor tile by Mutina from Stone Source and polished Calacatta Statuario countertops from TransCeramica.
Calacatta Gold Extra porcelain covers the flooring and shower wall in the main bathroom. Fleurco’s Aria Voce tub, the Perrin & Rowe showerhead and Kohler’s Artifacts shower wand are from Ferguson. An Indressme basket adds texture to the space.
In the primary bathroom, a vanity by E&B Classic Floors pairs Avia white marble from Opustone Stone and Tile Concepts with walnut veneer paneling. Kohler faucets from Next Plumbing Supply and Blum drawer handles accessorize the look. Reflected in the Ideagroup mirror from MiaCucina is Corbett Lighting’s Tempest chandelier.
The primary bathroom walls are paneled with slabs of Calacatta Bettogli marble from Aria Stone Gallery, executed by builder Robert Clark to mimic architectural detailing throughout the abode. Jean de Merry’s Helena vanity was customized with a tree of life scene. The P.E. Guerin faucet is from Vivian Watson Associates.