In the redesign of this lake house's master bathroom, designers opened up the awkward L-shaped room. Now, the room includes a private water closet for the toilet, a glassed-in shower, two sinks and a luxurious soaking tub. Walls are tiled in neutral porcelain
This relaxing bathroom combines soft neutral with luxurious marble for a soft, sophisticated look. Windows surrounding the soaking tub provide a lovely view while relaxing in this impeccable master bathroom.
Glass doors lead into the light, lovely master bathroom. The airy mood is continued via a floating vanity and freestanding white soaking tub. A large houseplant in the corner bring nature into the scene.
Interior designer Linda Woodrum wanted to avoid the use of botanical prints in the bathroom, so she took a contemporary route when selecting art. "This is a traditional home and we wanted to give it something that wasn't traditional," she says.
Hand-selected local art adds a layer of unique style within the space. "We put everything in the room and didn't have an accent color," says interior designer Linda Woodrum. "We found that piece and we thought it was perfectly soft."
The master bathroom doesn't have a huge footprint, but its clever layout makes room for plenty of pampering, including a walk-in shower and soaking tub. The shower's glass wall keeps the room's look open and light.
A split vanity creates a unique flow for this master bathroom space. By adding a vanity on either side of the door, the bathroom has a true "his" and "hers" space, giving this master en suite a smoother flow.