While we’re certainly not afraid of a little pattern and color, there’s something about a spare, soothing palette that can make a master bathroom feel like a sanctuary. Clean, classic, and wonderfully calming, as the above space by Aspen’s Kristin Dittmar Design demonstrates (in a photo captured by photographer and TSG Aspen Editor Brooke Casillas), a bit restraint (and a fair amount of marble) can yield stunning and serene results.
Clean lines and a grey-and-white palette keep things simple and fresh in this bathroom designed by Northern New Jersey’s Elizabeth Vizzone Interiors. A few soft accents keep the scene from feeling cold while maintaining the sense of calm.
The talents behind New Orleans design and home furnishings company Villa Vici are behind the above bath, which combines a variety of neutral tiles to create a beautiful, textural mix. Those who desire their own Louis Ghost Chair for the shower can order one through the store here.
Charleston, South Carolina’s Herlong & Associates created the bathroom on the left, bringing a touch of femininity with blush paint to the white and marble tiled space. Right, Atlanta’s Susan B. Bozeman designed a show-stopping bath bearing a white arched shower bearing a porthole window.
Here, Greenwich, Connecticut-based furnishing and design firm Lillian August sticks to a light neutral palette carried through in a soft, throw-adorned ottoman. While each element is lovely and luxurious, the overall look is fairly understated—the perfect environment in which to relax.
Above, a white bathroom by Northern New Jersey’s Susan Tully Interiors that is anything but boring. The varying shades of white including warm tones on the wall and in the floor tile keep the look classic, calm, and chic.
Yet again Susan Tully Interiors creates a soothing space that’s also timelessly elegant. The tile, the window treatments, the delicate sconces, the symmetry…this serene bathroom exudes style.