This unique spa-like primary bathroom, located just outside Chicago, was tailored to accommodate the client’s desire for a soothing getaway at home.
The room deploys neutral tones, clean sleek lines, and modern minimalistic design to this end. Boasting details including a television masked behind custom framed mirrors, a singular etched glass shower enclosure, and a recessed niche to house the homeowner’s artwork, this bathroom fully encompasses the idea of a bespoke transitional space.
The “pillowed” edges of the dark-stained Grabill cabinetry, along with the custom-made floating shelves installed on the mirror, accentuate the linear concept of the space.
Keeping with the sleek line theme, large format textured porcelain tile covers the shower walls. The mosaic floor tiles in the shower tie the dark hues of the shower wall tiles and cabinetry together with the lighter tones in the bathroom floor tile and vanity countertop.
A custom niche inside the shower accommodates soaps and shampoos. A sleek handheld shower head was installed next to a custom bench for both functional and aesthetic value.
The brushed nickel fixtures, simple white sinks, and tub assist the contemporary styling, while natural tones in the tiles throughout help keep the space feeling traditional and timeless. This largely minimalistic design truly creates a calming oasis.
The corner niche houses a lengthy soaking tub, with large window and artwork hanging above. Mosaic tile in the shower floor reflects the overall mixture of colors in the bathroom.
Dark wood cabinetry supports a long dual vanity, below an arrangement of three large mirrors. Center mirror mounts a pair of minimalist shelves, while the television hides behind another panel.
Within the shower, we see the small niche holding soaps next to the handheld shower head. Etched glass enclosure creates a striking separation from the remainder of the lavish bathroom.
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