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For this beautiful Victorian home, that sits atop a tucked away hill, a Master Bath was in need of attention. Full height shower walls, a drop-in tub, and water closet were removed. You could almost feel the space breathe - like a corset being untied! Taking their place are glass surrounds and white marble, fanciful mirrors and freestanding fixtures, polished nickel hardware with porcelain trim.
Marble arabesque tiles are the first elements seen when walking into the space. Turn-around and a painted vanity cabinet sits quietly across the room. A white, porcelain, free-standing tub is positioned - where else - but beneath the windows of the Victorian tower. A recessed wall cabinet with its beveled glass acts as a full-length mirror reflecting all things airy and elegant. Rosa Lady of Shalott roses and lavender give off a light tea fragrance, and soft greenery visually soften the space. All hail this beautiful bath!
Contractor: Licensed Trades
Photo credit: Angie Allen