They renovated a traditional bathroom into a modern day spa retreat. I could definitely spend some time in here. The wood you see on the wall is reclaimed barn wood. The Bath Crashers TV host, Matt Muenster and the homeowners created a stencil of the tree and then literally burned the design onto the reclaimed wood with a torch.
On the opposite wall, they placed the shower and the tub into its own space, but not enclosed. That canopy above the tub is made of ipe wood, one of the hardest, densest woods available.
The ipe wood slats mirror the horizontal barn wood against the wall giving the whole room a cohesive feel.
Kohler Effervescence infinity tub where the water flows right over the edge and down into the lower part of the bottom of the tub and it produces champagne-like bubbles from 11 jets.
See those 5 square stainless steel blocks on the ceiling, those are spray nozzles, so you could just lay across this bench and let the water just come down upon you. Nice! The stationary shower head contains a bluetooth speaker in the center.
The tile on the shower floor and on the front of the tub is a 2x2 mosaic carrara marble tile.
The concrete walls are easy to maintain and I like the smoky troweled concrete appearance.
The floating wood vanity is custom made and it has three drawers below each sink. The center of the vanity is custom made of steel by David Blevins from Dave's Metal Works. The flooring in this bathroom is very unique. It is Chilewich floor tiles made of bamboo in a chalk finish.
The solid white quartz countertops are stunning.
The absolutely gorgeous solid glass vessel sinks from Kohler weight about 80 lbs a piece. The Kohler faucets have a polished chrome finish.
EcoSmart Fire. You can put one of these ethanol fireplaces just about anywhere. You do not have to have any gas lines installed, no electrical needed and no flue or chimney is required. There is a canister of ethanol below the flame. Whenever you are not using the fireplace you can simply close the cover.
The whole space feels natural and it reminds me of nature with the tree etched into the barn wood.
Robin Colton was the interior designer on this project and you can find out much more about her at Robin Colton Studio.
I hope you enjoyed the tour of this spa retreat. I think my pulse slowed down just a little, while sharing this luxurious space with you. I hesitated showing you the before picture, because there is absolutely nothing wrong with the original bathroom (and there is that man in the mirror), but I just knew you would want to see it. So here it is.
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