Sleek, straight-line design and a light, limited color palette simplify a master bath.
The shower's glass double doors -- aligned with the glass block window -- swing both ways for ventilation, safety, and ease. Natural light enhances the look of the light limestone walls and floor. This large shower includes a built-in bench and a handheld showerhead, which makes the shower easy to use from a sitting or standing position.
A tall built-in storage unit next to the shower features sanded-glass doors that obscure everyday bath supplies. This recessed design offers plenty of storage without taking up valuable floor space. The translucent glass adds to the room's open feel and maintains a luxurious look.
Above the tall cabinet, two open shelves show off art. These items add to the visual appeal of the room.
In keeping with the bath's sleek, rectangular design, square sinks were installed in the double vanity. A frameless three-way mirror is mounted above. The mirror, lit from above and below, appears to float on the wall.
Cabinets below the sink and a series of drawers hold a variety of bath supplies. A column of open shelves to the right of the vanity offers additional storage space.
A half-wall, covered in limestone, serves as a partition between the vanity and toilet area. This solution provides privacy but also keeps with the room's open design.
A faucet with a high-arc spout throws a curve into the bath's rectilinear design. The metal finish also stands out against a low-sheen countertop of flamed-and-brushed granite.
Accessories in the bath echo the room's natural mix of glass, stone, and wood. Little touches can complete the look of a whole room.