Newton ResidenceContemporary Bathroom, Boston
Architect: (MTA) Maryann Thompson Architects
Photograph by: Chuck Choi
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50. In this contemporary bathroom in Massachusetts, bathers can stand up in the tub to take in the views or to rinse off under the rain shower built into the ceiling. The space is by Denali Construction.Watch: Enjoy the parade of bathtubs and views in this episode of Houzz TVClick “Next Page” below to see more
4. Simple and serene. Calm and uncluttered, this blissful Zen-inspired bath zone sets the scene for rest and relaxation. Neutral-toned walls add warmth and an inviting ambience, while the bath, vanity and scattered accessories in crisp white, as well as high-shine chrome fixtures, lift the look. A large window that provides an abundance of natural light sits high on the wall, so you can admire the view as you stand under the relaxing rain shower. A carved wooden plaque, decorative display of branches and bed of loose river pebbles that frames the tub complete the look.See more of this contemporary home