master bath by Sarah Richardson---like the designer, I think this a room worthy of splurge spending :) marble tiles, a freestanding tub, and upgraded hardware make this a spa-like space. with only a few adjustments, I'd be happy to call this my own ;)
The Year's Best Bathrooms: NKBA Bath Design Finalists for 2014, Extended Gallery
The sculptural tub repeats the theme of curved surfaces with an elegant ellipse. In keeping with efficient use of space and a clean, uncluttered look, a sliding privacy door separates the toilet from the rest of the room.
Sandy Chic RMS user KarenSpirit knows exactly how to create the perfect balance between sophisticated elegance and beach chic. For a sandy look, she uses ginseng bone travertine on the walls and floor and brown grass cloth behind the vanity. She effortlessly pulls the entire look together with simple sea-inspired accessories.
Designer Mark Williams makes the slipper tub the star of this luxurious bathroom by tucking it into a tile-covered arch beneath an oversized Palladian window. Larger 9 x 18 Carrara marble tiles surround the window while smaller marble subway tiles line the arch. To complete the traditional look, Mark chose Cararra marble and black granite basketweave tiles for the bathroom's floor.