11.08.2007

beach house master bath

i think this will be my last post on the east hampton's beach house. there are more photos of other lovely aspects of this home, but i think the master bath is a good place to rest. it has a simple, soft theme ~ floor to ceiling silver travertine to incorporate the sands and waves on a grey atlantic day. the custom millwork is finished to match. the shower walls are waterworks glass mosaic in ice blue and the shower floor is ann sacks white river rock. this is the largest master bath i've ever worked on, and i'm delighted and proud to have had the opportunity.

6 comments:

Calie Anderson, C.I.D. said...

I love the floor, it almost looks like concrete. Gorgeous!

patricia gray said...

Don't stop showing photos of this house. The silver travertine is stunning. Good job!

studio wellspring said...

many thanks, ladies. it's great to hear, coming from two designer's whose work i respect so much.
i've posted 3 or 4 times now about this house....should i really do more?

purple said...

It looks gorgeous and very big, looks like you can live your life just in the bathroom. Well done!!

Susan said...

nice job...and that's an understatement. :) Stunning...did I miss the kitchen?

studio wellspring said...

miss.purple ~ yes the bathroom is the size of some apartments in sf. it would be pretty darn wonderful to have so much space to relax in.

susan ~ yes, you missed the kitchen! i posted about it a week or so ago here: http://studiowellspring.blogspot.com/2007/10/beach-house-kitchen.html

and i've posted several other times about different areas of the house here: http://studiowellspring.blogspot.com/2007/07/and-frosting.html

and here: http://studiowellspring.blogspot.com/2007/07/eh-project-comes-together.html

and here: http://studiowellspring.blogspot.com/2007/10/teen-and-toddler-playroom.html

....just in case you were curious. :o)