LUXURY BATHS: THE POSSIBILITIES ARE ENDLESS June 30 2012, 0 Comments

Many of us have ideas and images that we keep in mind for our homes or possibly a future dream home.   Here are a few details that inspire me for a master bath....

 

Photo via Atlanta Homes Magazine .  The chaise lounge and black and white photography give a sense of a living area in this master bath.  I love the arched window and the symmetry of the greenery on either end of the soaking tub.

 

Photo via Shabby Chic Ireland.  I like the contrast of the simple white paneled walls and ceiling with the ornate mirror frame.

 

Photo via Master File.  The silk taffeta draperies pooling on the floor add romance to this french bath.

 

Photo via House To Home.  I love the white painted rustic wood floors and real working shutters in this suite.

 

Photo via House Beautiful.  Very simple white bath.  I like how the tub deck and drop in tub are nestled below this arched area of the room.

 

Photo via House Beautiful.    I like the large scale of this bath.  The rolling cart next to the soaking tub makes perfect sense.

 

Photo via Ehomee.  The soft french blue color of the claw foot tub is beautiful with all of the neutral tones in the room.  The antique chair by the window is perfect.

 

Photo via Decor Pad.  The soaking tub installed at an angle in this space is very elegant.  The tall antique armoire works well with the high ceilings.  The simple porcelain vessel sink installed on the console table is a nice complement.

 

Photo via Country Living.  The room itself is simple.  The baroque mirror frame, velvet side chair with tufted back and balloon window shade add drama.

 

Photo via Contentina Cottage.  I really like the romance brought to this bath by the silk skirt on the vanity.

 

When planning the design of the baths in your home, don't overlook details like faucets, tub fillers and shower systems.  These pieces can be the jewels of the room...

 

Phlyrich 

 

Photo via House Beautiful.

 

Herbeau 

 

 Herbeau

 

Fir Italia

 

Giampieri

 

Designing a home can be like searching for the perfect wedding dress; finding a way to combine different details and ideas that you love and bringing them together correctly for a fabulous result.  Always remember to have fun while you're doing it and not go bridezilla.