Master Bath with His and Her's Concrete Counters

His and Her's Vanities with 3" thick concrete countertops divided by a passage to the tub/shower area. It's not discernible in the image but due to the client's height disparity, her countertop is 2" lower than his. The window over the tub opens to a private garden with a fountain for a constant sound of water. The sconces can be adjusted as necessary. We put a French Glaze on the cabinetry in all of the baths and in the Kitchen to get a bit of relief from all the wood finishes. Hand carved mirrors with an ebony finish add depth and a touch of glamor to the vanities. The wall lamps can be adjusted for specific tasks.

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Madelyn Bransky added this to design class ideas20 September 2021

symmetrical: This bathroom is symmetrical because it is very balanced. The left side of the bathroom is the exact same as the right side of this bathroom, along with same lighting and colors. If you drew a line right down the middle of this bathroom, both sides would be exactly the same. This brings a feeling of calmness and peace.

Yuchen Shi added this to Lighting19 September 2021

Sconce: Make the room look soft, a good-looking wall lamp can make the room look more delicate.

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