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A freestanding tub anchored by art on one wall and a cabinet with storage and display shelves on the other end has a wonderful view of the back patio and distant views.

Large trendy master white tile and marble tile marble floor and white floor bathroom photo in Phoenix with white walls, a vessel sink, flat-panel cabinets, medium tone wood cabinets, a one-piece toilet and engineered quartz countertops —  Houzz
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Shawna Cameron Photography wrote:Jun 5, 2016
msc0830 wrote:Jul 6, 2016
  • ellen johnson

    Hi Janet

    Did you sit in this tub? Is it comfortable?

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    Janet Brooks Design

    Hi, sorry I didn't see this question before! I actually didn't sit in the tub. But the thing I know is that the biggest mistake people make is getting a tub that is too long, so your feet don't touch the other end of the tub. It's better to have it a little shorter, with the possibility of your knees poking out of the water a little. I find that 66" is a universally safe length, unless my clients are unusually short, or tall.

stephjchristensen wrote:Mar 27, 2019
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    Janet Brooks Design

    Thank you! The flooring is Caspian Bisque marble, 24"x24" polished.

CSI PoshFelt™ wrote:Aug 27, 2018
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    Janet Brooks Design

    Hi, thank you! The tub is manufactured by ADM. It is 63"x32" in a Matte White finish.

Genelle Robishaw wrote:Feb 10, 2018
  • sheryberg

    Where is the art from? Name? Thanks, love it!!

Catherine mcnamee wrote:Sep 10, 2017
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    Janet Brooks Design

    ADM Bathroom Design, SW-131S, 63"Lx31.5"Wx21.7"H

imeldaid wrote:Apr 24, 2017
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    Janet Brooks Design
    I'm sorry, but our client already owned that table, so I don't know.
Patricia Bell wrote:Mar 5, 2017
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    Janet Brooks Design

    Arizona IS beautiful! Hopefully you are able to come back and visit!

sheilaskeen wrote:Feb 18, 2017
  • ellen johnson

    Hi Sheila

    I am also looking for a comfortable freestanding tub. Did you find one?

karens715 wrote:Jun 6, 2016
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    Janet Brooks Design

    The wall color is a very neutral off-white, Sherwin Williams: SW7009, Pearly White. It would go with anything, really, since it doesn't lean in any particular color direction (such a yellowish, or pinkish, or greenish).

Linda Lilley wrote:Jun 4, 2016
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    Janet Brooks Design

    Sorry I didn't answer sooner; I somehow overlooked this question apparently. They are from an artist in Fountain Hills, AZ whose name is Kathleen Hope. 480.270.2416

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Bryan Anthony added this to Designer Shares Her Top 10 Kitchen and Bathroom TrendsJun 26, 2019

3. Resort-Style Spa Baths Alfin says nothing quite evokes the feeling of a resort experience like a freestanding tub situated in front of a great view. The trend of creating a master bathroom with a spa-like atmosphere is as popular as ever.If you’re not lucky enough to have breathtaking views out your bathroom window, Alfin recommends walling off the area directly outside the window to create a private oasis. Take some inspiration from the master bathroom seen here, by Janet Brooks Design.

Urban Casa added this to 9 Details That Count: How to Make Your Bathroom Feel More LuxeMar 10, 2017

8. Showcase art. You might not think of the bathroom as an obvious space to feature artwork, but doing so can elevate the feel of the room. In fact, multimillion-dollar homes often showcase large-scale artworks and collections in their bathrooms. Just be aware that moisture (and sunlight) can damage some pieces, so you should display art in non-steamy areas of the room or choose more durable or less valuable works.

Hannah Kasper added this to The 4 Stages of a Remodel: The Midproject CrisisJul 15, 2016

Electrical. The groundwork for all new light fixtures, outlets, switches and appliances will be done during this phase. New wiring will be run in the walls and ceilings, electrical boxes will be installed for future fixtures, and electrical panels may be upgraded so they can handle heavier loads (this is especially prevalent in remodels where appliances are added). At this point, electricians are making sure that everything that will need power will have access to it and meet your municipality’s building code.Plumbing. As with electrical, plumbing rough-in ensures that all plumbing fixtures, appliances and other water features will be supplied with water, gas (if your house uses natural gas) or both. So pipes may be moved or installed in new places, shower pans (the things that make sure the water stays in the shower) are installed and inspected, and gas lines may be moved, extended or even put in.HVAC. Unlike electrical and plumbing, HVAC is the only mechanical where nearly all the work is completed during the rough-in stage. Pathways for new vents (for bath exhaust fans or kitchen vent hoods) are determined and vents are installed, air conditioning units may be replaced, and air return vents are located in appropriate positions.

Mitchell Parker added this to New This Week: 3 Dreamy Places to Take a BathMay 27, 2016

3. Sleek SanctuaryDesigner: Janet Brooks of Janet Brooks DesignLocation: Scottsdale, Arizona Size: 342 square feet (31.8 square meters); 18 by 19 feet Homeowners’ request: To transform a cramped, compartmentalized bathroom, which had a bathtub up three steps on a platform, into a more open and airy space Special features: 24-by-24-inch Caspian Bisque marble tiles on floor and shower walls; free-standing tub Designer secret: “To create a Zen feeling in a bathroom, keep the number of different materials and finishes to a minimum,” says designer Janet Brooks. “This room works because everything is white except the cabinets, and the marble on the floor is the same as the marble in the shower, creating a visually relaxing space.” “Uh-oh” moment: “Our original intent in this room was to try to clean up all the clutter of too many materials and too little open space,” Brooks says. “Some things were obvious, such as getting rid of glass block, using a free-standing tub and installing a much larger window behind it,” she says. “But the tub was still in between two full-height walls and felt closed in. Thankfully, we were able to convince the homeowner to get rid of a small walk-in closet in the adjacent bedroom, and include that space in the bathroom. This gave us the ability to remove the wall to the right of the tub, and replace it with a pretty zebrano wood cabinet with open shelving for convenient bathing accoutrements.”Bathtub: matte white finish, ADM Bathroom Design; tub faucet and handheld shower faucet: Sidema collection in polished chrome, Brizo; countertops: Blizzard, Classico collection, Caesarstone; area rug: David E. Adler; paint color: Pearly White, Sherwin-Williams; floor and shower walls tile: polished Caspian Bisque marble, Bedrosians; cabinet: Woodesign; nine-piece artwork on right: Kathleen Hope; large artwork on left: artist unknownSee more photos of this homeMore18 Dream Items to Punch Up a Master-Bath Wish List4 Modern and Spacious Dream Bathrooms

What Houzzers are commenting on:

Elena Bank added this to bathroom editOct 11, 2019

floor to ceiling wall, (stone?) next to tub could hide dropped ceiling in shower

connimerwin added this to BathroomsOct 5, 2019

love the idea of a huge picture with massive pop of colour in the ensuite bathroom

Linda Overholt added this to bathroomOct 5, 2019

love the painting and glass table

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