Master Bed/Bath - Morningside, AtlantaModern Bathroom, Atlanta
Emily Jenkins Followill photography
This bath was one of Atlanta Homes and Lifestyles Bath of the Year winners for 2014!!
What Houzz contributors are saying:
Designer Beth Kooby considers bottle sizes and overall proportion of the niche in relation to the rest of the shower. “What’s also very important to me is that there are no cut tiles, so I usually wait to decide on the final dimensions of the niche once we have the tiles on site and I work it out with the tile installer,” she says. This bathroom serves as a quiet retreat, so a calm, peaceful and uncluttered look was key. Kooby extended the glass tiles from the shower across the vanity wall for a seamless look. The concrete vanity counter also has bits of recycled glass mixed in it.
BathroomKeep only the stuff you actually use in the shower stall. People complain about photos that look “too styled,” but I find them very inspirational. While I know the primary goal is function, it just makes me happy to have these useful things look pretty and uncluttered. Looking at the photos made me think about the jumble of products I had in my shower and pare them down to just the ones I truly use. My new attitude: Yeah, that exfoliating scrub was pricey, but it makes me feel too greasy and makes the floor dangerously slippery. That loofah thingee is something I’ve never really embraced and seems to be a mold magnet — gross! I only use that face mask once a month. The list goes on. Now I have just shampoo, conditioner, the good daily face gel, a bar of soap and a razor in there, and it means my shower stall is clear, functional and relaxing.