This master bath is a peaceful and rustic space. His and her vanities were created to provide our clients with their own spaces, and maximized storage allows for a clutter free room. A custom seat bench provides concealed storage, while exposed shelving offers a place to store and display decorative items. Half walls were used around the shower and to help conceal the toilet from the rest of the space. A frosted glass pocket door was incorporated into the design to eliminate the door swing and to provide privacy while still letting natural light flood in. Earthy materials including distressed wood flooring, desert gold slate, custom painted cabinetry, pebble shower floor, and Roman Travertine countertops add to the overall warmth and rustic feel of the master bath.
Photo: Randl Bye Photography
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If you are updating a kitchen or bath before putting your home on the market, keep the finishes neutral and classic. This is not the time to show off your personal style. You want to broaden your buying audience by appealing to a wide variety of tastes and preferences. This bathroom would definitely appeal to buyers with either traditional or contemporary taste, and could later be personalized with the new homeowner's preferences for color and accessories.
I like the overall feel of this one (several photos available). it's called "refined rustic," which to me means comfortable but still nice. I also like the wood floor, although not "distressed." This one is more realistic for us.