There are several features in this space that make the stylish, transitional design a bit more functional and luxurious. For example, the floor is comprised of a multi-color, claved slate that forms a pattern and is heated for comfort and warmth, creating a sunroom that is elegant and cozy, no matter the season.
This master bathroom is truly a retreat with heated floors, a sunken soaking tub with heated backrests and a walk-in shower with a rain head. Double vessel sinks top the dark vanity, while metallic light fixture adds a hint of gleam to the cool gray wall.
The villa is actually divided into three floors, with a heated indoor pool and atriums on the ground level. The first level, seen here, boasts a grand hall with centuries-old ceilings, terra cotta floors and antique furniture.
This room features a combined cleaning supply storage and laundry room which houses a washer, dryer, ironing board, stainless steel laundry tub and heated drying rack. Simple black floor tiles finish off the look of the space.
To create a designated laundry and mudroom for this home, designers repurposed part of the garage. They raised the floor, framed in walls and added heated floors (heavenly!). Doors: Sherwin Williams Pure White; Blue cabinets: Sherwin Williams Smoky Azurite; Mirror: Anthropologie; Hooks and cabinet pulls: Anthropologie
The master bathroom combines modern and traditional elements resulting in a spacious, spa-like room.Contemporary glass tile is mixed with Moroccan-style tile on the walls and shower and radiant heated natural terra cotta tiles in a herringbone pattern make the floor a standout.
The owner's really wanted a master bathroom that had a hip hotel retreat like feel. Combining their modern and vintage style preferences they used a combination of modern amenities like heated floors and vintage charm like the refurbished freestanding cast iron tub to achieve this look.
Designer Candice Olson of Candice Tells All fills this glitzy bathroom with spa-like amenities, including heated flooring, a deep soaking tub and a two-person rain shower head. For a wow factor, Candice hangs faceted chains behind the tub for a bit of sparkle to contrast the antique wood dresser.
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, a cinder block wall was removed to create this open and bright basement entertainment area. Sarah installed new wood paneling below the chair rail, neutral modern furnishings and heated Brazilian slate floors for a durable space that will accommodate a growing family of four.