A tranquil 5-Star boutique hotel experience set the tone for this master bedroom remodel which we designed for a busy couple with kids in a Boston suburb. The master suite project involved moving walls for a closet expansion, a bathroom gut job, and removing all traces of the dark, dated furnishings that closed in the space. We used a neutral base palette with soft blue touches and layered in heirloom-quality textiles, elegant lighting, and lots of texture.
Picture windows and stately columns draw the eye to a sinuous tub in this elegant master bath. Dual vanities flank the tub, and an inlaid design in the polished marble floor echoes the lines of the room and adds to its luxurious appeal. Sconces are hung on the mirrors, creating an uninterrupted flow and visually expanding the space.
A border of inset marble frames a shapely freestanding tub in this traditional master bath. Wood paneling and a peaked architrave bring distinction to the vanity. A dropped crystal chandelier adds drama above the bath.
A Victoria Albert slipper tub fits perfectly into a window niche in this calm, contemporary master bath. A freestanding tub filler by Rohl in polished nickel takes the place of traditional fixtures, and dark wood accents pop against soft green walls and neutral tile.
After a long day at work, there's nothing like settling into a soaking tub. A matte black bath tray visually complements the backsplash and allows the owners to read a book or watch a movie on their laptop.
A freestanding soaker tub takes advantage of the light from a large picture window in this modern master bathroom. Dark cabinetry features a stain finish that allows the natural beauty of the wood's grain to shine through. Polished tile on the floor continues the room's sleek, modern aesthetic.
This clean, modern bathroom features neutral walls and floors, with design distinction coming from accent tile and a standout contemporary tub. Cabinetry is clean-lined, as is the architecture, and a brown and beige color palette brings warmth to the space.
This white-walled master bathroom is eclectic and informal, with a mix of furniture pieces that offer a break from the typical built-in cabinetry. The clawfoot tub's black finish is echoed in the lighting and on the door trim, drawing the eye through the space. Brightly colored tile adds distinction to the walk-in shower.
This white, transitional bathroom features light-stained cabinetry that pops against the pale walls, floors and ceiling and adds warmth to the space. A soaker tub takes advantage of the light from a large window, shuttered for privacy. The neutral floors bring a subtle gloss.