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A Minimalist Master Bathroom

Bathroom Design

Last month, we examined “Wet Bar Essentials” using a design from a recently completed contemporary project by Beck/Allen Cabinetry. This month, we’re heading to the master bathroom of the same home for a lesson in creating a spa-like retreat. The bathroom’s design is punctuated by sweeping curves, clean lines and natural materials.

The design began with several objectives: maintain a cohesive look established throughout the entire home keeping symmetry and balance in mind. Minimalist principles guided the design, allowing the emphasis to remain on the characteristics of the room’s natural elements.

Master Bathroom Design

Project Notes:

Curly Maple wood veneers were applied to slab doors from Crystal Cabinet Works and a natural finish was selected, highlighting the beauty of the wood’s grain.

Floating cabinets were used throughout.

Ample storage space was achieved through a combination of drawers and cabinets.

The makeup area echoes the bathroom’s sweeping curves and offers a furniture-like feel.

Wrapping the face of the bathtub is the same wood veneer used on the cabinetry.

Complementing the veneer, polished granite in Crema Persa was chosen for the countertops.

For more information on this master bath, or with questions about your own upcoming bathroom remodel, call or stop by the showroom.

Photograph by Alise O’Brien