Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Have you seen ...

Master bath designed by Ian Mentasti of Stephen Terhune Woodworking
photo: Michael J. Lee // Design New England Magazine Sept./Oct. 2012

Don’t you LOVE this bathroom? This is just one view of the award-winning master bath from the Designers Shine with Designer Bath contest that we announced at our last showroom event in July. In August, I got to see the entire space (it is the size of a small bedroom!) in person and style it for this image photographed for our September/October ad in Design New England Magazine. I arrived at the stately seaside home with a van full of design props that were later artfully arranged to complement the thoughtful design work of our contest winner, Ian Mentasti of Stephen Terhune Woodworking.

Styling the space ...

Pops of Designer Bath orange were sourced from within the home itself to go along with the visual identity that I have established for our current ad campaigns (have you seen some of our ads with orange backgrounds?) The zigzag gray and white Dhurrie carpet was selected at Landry and Arcari in Salem. Frosted glass pharmacy bottles, bath salts, a natural sea sponge, and plush slippers from Restoration Hardware set the stage for a spa-like retreat. A stack of fluffy white towels from Home Goods, some borrowed items from our showroom, and an arrangement of pretty green and white hydrangea blossoms freshly snipped from my friend’s front yard and this designer bath was photo-ready!

Of course, before we even arrived the space was looking pretty amazing because of the gorgeous fixtures specified from Designer Bath, elegant tile selections, serene color palette and expert craftsmanship that combined to create this luxurious master bath retreat.   

For additional views of the space along with details on the fixtures chosen and the team who worked on this project, check out my post on the Designer Bath blog.

1 comment:

  1. Yvonne, Before I got down to the styling part of your post, I was thinking how I loved the pop of orange! It's actually cool to see that busier Carrera - from so many other Carrera bathrooms out there. Michael's photography, as always, just elevates the space!


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