Every room in this mountainside retreat is treated to sweeping views of the aspen forest beyond - even the bathrooms. A charcoal freestanding soaker tub sits beneath an Edison-light chandelier that adds a subtle glow throughout the space to create an intimate ambiance. The walls are encased in Montana moss rock while limestone floor tile lightens up the space.
This generously sized bathroom in the HGTV Dream Home 2006 is lined with a peg rail, with pegs made from branches of mountain laurel. The wood theme plays out again in the rough-wood framed mirror over the deep double sink. The sink, reminiscent of an old-fashioned laundry sink, offers plenty of room for multiple people to wash up at once.
This entertainment barn's guest bathroom features a gorgeous wood vanity with a soft gray marble countertop, twin sinks and a place to store towels below. A reclaimed wood ceiling and tin storage containers give a rustic feel to the space.
In the boys' bathroom, lots of unique features remain that nod to the home's previous heritage. The transom windows and lack of doors allow natural light to flow freely throughout the space, while the shiplap walls and trough sink pay homage to the schoolhouse aspect of the home.
Warm, natural cabinetry on the floating vanity ties to the natural wood beams and trim in the master bathroom of this modern-rustic mountain home. A freestanding tub is situated to take advantage of the sweeping views, while a glass-enclosed shower keeps the space open and airy.
In the bathroom, designers carried the rustic feel throughout the space with the exposed beams and wood details, bringing warmth to the room. For glamour, designers added neutral tile that would help keep the design clean and elegant.
The vanity in the master bathroom consists of gray quartz countertops, an undermount sink, walnut cabinets and industrial fixtures. Above, a leather-wrapped, round mirror is not only functional but decorative as well.