Area experts show how some thoughtful updates can make your bath feel fresh and new.
The focal point of this newly-designed master bathroom in South Kent, CT, is an antique 19th-century Dutch console that was painted in Benjamin Moore’s Anchor Grey and repurposed as a vanity. The faucet and mirror are from Waterworks, and the sconces are by Circa Lighting. The walls (previous page and below) are painted in Benjamin Moore Winter White, and the horizontal tongue and groove paneling is in Benjamin Moore’s Shadow Grey. The bathtub is by Wyndham, and the tub filler and towel warmer are from Waterworks. Vintage framed photographs are from Privet House in New Preston, CT. cfkinteriors.com
Designer Burke Cheney and Deane, Inc. converted a dated 1980s master bath in Fairfield, CT, into a relaxing respite. The rippled shower tile from Rye Ridge Tile provides a soothing effect that mimics waves. Custom-designed cabinetry with a wood finish was fitted with a countertop from New England Stone and sconces from Klaffs. The plumbing fixtures are by Torrco, and the floor tile is from Tile America. deaneinc.com
F+H Architectural Design & Consulting
Benjamin Moore’s Dove White paint gives paneled walls a crisp, clean feel while a vintage wooden vanity provides a warm counterpart in this weekend country house master bath in Litchfield County, CT. The medicine cabinet mirrors are by Robern, the faucets and shower fixtures are from Signature Hardware and the chrome sconces are from Circa Lighting.
Alisberg Parker Architecture & Interior Design
The powder room of this Sagaponack home in South Hampton, NY, evokes the sea with a deep blue wall covering by Phillip Jeffries hung above custom shiplap paneling. The white marble vanity console is from Restoration Hardware. A Kohler Purist faucet and a round mirror from Made Goods provide modern accents. alisbergparker.com
Although this New Haven, CT, home was built in 1912, the bathroom has a youthful, current feel. Modern materials like the gold fixtures supplied by Bender and a colorful geometric wall covering create a playful sensibility. Interior designer Elisa Billings and contractor John F. Murphy used Kohler Purist faucets, hardware, sconces and showerheads, all in a brushed gold finish. bendershowrooms.com
Robert A. Cardello Architects
The dramatic water views of the Long Island Sound are played up in this master bathroom at a home in the Shippan area of Stamford, CT. Only blue skies and water are visible from the freestanding bathtub, giving a zen vibe to the space. Tile, plumbing and bath provided by Klaffs and the millwork is from Bilotta. cardelloarchitects.com
This bath harkens back to Roman architecture with a spin on the classic subway tile. The elongated brick is fresh and different while still providing the clean lines for which subway tiles are loved. The tile shown is the Origin Ceramic in Misty Gray matte finish in 10 ½-inch-by-2½-inch dimensions. The shapes are laid out in a 1:3 ratio, which is the same way that the Romans used paving stones and building blocks. This provides the bath with style that transends time. akdo.com
The master bath in this residence at the Ritz Carlton in White Plains, NY, was designed by Joe Passero and outfitted by Klaffs. It provides a complete spa experience with features such as identical showers for two, with a center bench in between. Both have ceiling mounted rain heads and waterfall massages from Aquabrass. The flooring is a White Haze polished marble, and the walls feature the rectangular Enchant pattern from the Allure Collection detailed with grey and mirrored highlights. klaffs.com
Morgan Harrison Home
The master bath in this Greenwich, CT, home is at once elegant and serene. Quatrefoil imagery runs throughout the tile work, lighting and the vanity side chair by Hickory Chair upholstered in a platinum water-friendly vinyl. The millwork is by Sterling Custom Cabinetry in Bridgeport, CT, and features lucite legs, which make the vanity seem to float. The floor and vanity countertops are in Polished Asian White from Dushi Marble and Granite in Stamford, CT. The crystal egg knobs are by Emtek, and the Camille Long Sconce is by Visual Comfort. morganharrisonhome.com