This unusual limestone backsplash has both physical texture and visual flow. According to designer Lauren Levant Bland, the sculpted limestone tile "has a physical undulation to it and creates a visual rhythm in the space."
A custom stone bench was added to this white modern spa bathroom to be used both inside the shower and outside in the dressing area. The floating vanities are separated into his-and-hers areas to help it feel like a real spa-like retreat.
This his-and-hers modern bathroom is perfectly designed and organized to make it feel like an in-home spa. Natural light illuminates the white bathroom, helping the already-clean surfaces look even brighter and more refreshing.
Floating shelves in the dressing area of this white modern spa bathroom allow a perfect place to step out of the shower and grab a towel. Extra bathroom accessories can be stored on the bottom shelf or left empty to use for clothes.
This gray contemporary bathroom features a double-vanity design with a Carrera marble countertop, glass-tile backsplash, and polished chrome sconces and fixtures. The sleek mirrored medicine cabinets add storage and polish to the space.
By using glass walls in this modern spa bathroom, a light and airy feel is adopted and enhanced by the natural light flowing through the white space. The sculpted limestone soaking tub makes for a perfect centerpiece and place to relax.
This spacious dressing area was made with convenience in mind for this white modern spa bathroom. The floating shelves make it easy to step right out of the shower, grab a towel and walk right in to the closet to get dressed.
The custom sculptured limestone soaking tub becomes the perfect focal point for this white modern spa bathroom. Glass walls allow natural light to flow through the space and enhance the serene and airy feel, while separate vanities divide the room.
The wall-mounted faucets in this contemporary bathroom are perfectly suited to the modern, classic lines of the design. Large crystal and chrome vanity wall sconces illuminate the space evenly, and add lots of style to the sleek gray space.
In the bedroom, designer Lauren Levant salvaged and refinished the 100-year-old original heartwood pine floor of this Victorian townhouse. A World War II era shipping trunk and an antique ladder complete the collection to create an eclectic, dramatic master suite that celebrates adaptive innovation.
According to designer Lauren Bland, the homeowner's young son picked out the fossilized stone for the coffee bar's countertop. When visitors come by, he introduces them to each of the ancient creatures that appear in the stone.
The dressing room features the adaptation and repurposing of vintage Birdseye maple cabinetry circa 1950, obtained at an estate sale. Originally a built-in bedroom set, Designer Lauren Levant separated and rearranged the pieces to create the dressing room's closets as well as a new double sink vanity for the bathroom. She raised the clothes armoires onto a new continuous platform she built and lined with LED light for dramatic and efficient shoe storage around the full perimeter of the room. Between some of the armoires, Levant added hanging rod sections and accessory sorting solutions.