This glass enclosed shower features green diamond shaped tiles paired with a green and neutral mosaic tile floor. Cream marble is used to create a built-in bench, as well as wainscoting-like panels that line the perimeter of the shower.
A three paneled built in bookshelf offers useful and organized storage space. Windows circling the room let natural light stream over the pair of matching curved sofas with patterned decorative pillows. A traditional glass coffee table sits over a neutral patterned rug and patterned cushioned chairs finish out the space.
After the renovation, the master bathroom in the Gubelmanns's new home feels modern, functional and spacious, blending Alex's modern sensibilities with Fiona's more vintage taste to create the hip spa retreat feel that the homeowners wanted.
Beautiful, Gothic style stained glass windows make a dramatic statement in this traditional bathroom. Using the same tile pattern on the bathtub surround and on the shower walls doesn't distract from the unique windows and gives the bathroom a spa feel.
Lovely details are found throughout the 1891 home, like the wainscoting and bannisters of these stairs and the pretty wood floors. Light filters in through a leaded glass window, crafted by the Colorsmith Studio.
Located conveniently next to the kitchen, this butler's pantry keeps wine glasses stowed away behind pretty glass cabinets. A miniature refrigerator keeps wine chilled and ready for serving. An arabesque tile backsplash adds interest to break up the black cabinetry.
The large walk-in shower in this elegant traditional bathroom features three showerheads and classic subway tile for a spa-like indulgence. A double vanity is topped with a marble countertop, with delicate wall sconces providing ample light in the neutral space.
If you want to prevent a traditional room from looking too stuffy, try adding a pop of modern. The ghost chair in this living room maintains a traditional feel with its classic form yet adds a touch of modern with its lucite material.