Wednesday, December 23, 2009
Three New York Master Bathrooms
NYMag.com gives us an inside look at three incredible master bathroom renovations in New York. Along with a photo of each, we get the skinny on each piece and material used to create these stunning rooms.
In the picture above, for example, here's a quick idea of what is being used to get this look:
The Wish List: Smyth had to convert a very eighties slick black marble bathroom into something that felt like an open loft. The design started, literally, from the ground up. “When we walked into Paris Ceramics, Stormy fell in love with these reclaimed limestone tiles,” he says. She felt similarly passionate about the Agape “Spoon” bathtub they found at Moss.
The Solution: In contrast to the rest of the apartment, which has more extreme, deep colors, Smyth kept the bathroom neutral and warm. The tub went in the center, in part because it’s a showpiece, but also because that angle lets Byorum admire the East River views while reclining.
The bathroom above is in midtown east and was created by Michael Patrick Smith. For a list of NY bathroom designers, visit cityhammer.com, New York's #1 Remodeling Directory.
Labels: Bathroom Remodeling