Baths

Bathrooms get a work out every day. These spaces need to function for their users and still look great. Once Vestabul has designed a bathroom that meets the needs of the homeowners from a functional stand point the next step is to specify finishes to make it easy to maintain. As always for Vestabul, Form-Follows-Function.

 

Frosted Wall

The original master bath in this home had a dated tub/shower combination. To add function to the space for the owners we redesigned it to incorporate a soaker tub and a large walk-in shower. The key to the design was the custom frosted glass wall that houses not only a shower but a private toilet room. Using glass instead of a standard framed wall gave us those extra few inches to allow for a 6’ soaker tub at the end of the room.

For Two with a View

This master bathroom was designed for each user to have their own distanced space. The raised drawer bank between the two sinks separates the bathing side from the shower side. Each person gets a shallow drawer and the deep drawer is shared for towels. Under the sinks are pullout accessories for additional personal items.

 

Street of Dreams

This large master bathroom space in a Street of Dreams Home needed to be made cozier. Instead of installing a typical long built-in vanity, Vestabul choose to design three furniture pieces for the vanity instead. Two sink cabinets with end posts and plinth arches flank a lower drawer cabinet that tucks under the window. To give great lighting for grooming, decorative wall scones were installed either side of the wood framed mirrors.

 

Clean & Simple

The design brief for this bathroom was to design a clean and simple space that did not compete with the view. To that end Vestabul developed a very lineal design consisting of rectangles softened by natural marble. The suspended vanity is packed with storage. All of the cabinets are drawers including the ones under the sink. By specifying square sinks placed on top of the counter the drawers only needed to be cut out to accommodate the drain giving lots of storage space for all the homeowner’s bathroom essentials.

 

Bed to Bath

A great way to get your dream bath is to retrofit an extra bedroom in the home. This is what this empty-nester couple did. A back bedroom overlooking the garden was converted into an expansive master bathroom.  Storage cabinets beside the toilet and soaker tub were custom designed to hold everything with in arms reach.

 

Antique Additions

The design of this master bathroom revolved around a beautiful antique console table and mirror. The two pieces were placed between the windows to give natural light for applying makeup. To compliment the vanity, Vestabul designed a custom sink cabinet for the room. Ample drawers were placed on either side of the sink for his and her’s storage. The luxurious shower features a large bench at one end and is capped off with clear glass to keep the room feeling airy and spacious.

 

Glowing Space

The powder room is a small space that should delight your guests as well as function for them. In this design a sculptural sink and wall mounted faucet are eye-candy while the thick counter gives ample room for a female guest to set down a clutch. By including a light inside the vanity cabinet the room has a built-in night light that makes the room a glowing space!

 

Room to Roam

This large main bathroom has it all. A large walk-in shower and deep soaker tub will meet the needs of the both family members and guests using the space. Multiple drawers in the vanity and the tall glass fronted linen closet allows a place for everything and everything in its place!

 

Tuscan Retreats

In keeping with the Tuscan theme in the rest of this home these two bathrooms deliver a relaxing atmosphere. Intricate tile layouts, a stone vessel sink and chiseled counter edges add the style while the vanity cabinets are packed with function. Entering either room automatically brings on a feeling of calm.

 

Horizontal Lines

The main bathroom and powder rooms of this new build complement each other through the use of horizontal lines, but have their own distinct style. The clean lines of the main bathroom make it easy to clean and the deep drawers in the suspended vanity store towels and toiletries give the function this hard working room needs. In the powder room a thick counter holds an angled vessel sink for a sculptural feel.The tile pattern in this room makes a subtle design statement.

Old World Charm

In this traditional home the bathrooms all have an Old World feel. The powder room cabinet was a custom design that allowed some basic storage for the room. The main bathroom was planned for the two young boys in the family. The stools help them reach the sink at this time but can be removed as they grow taller. The ensuite is the parents sanctuary with a soaker tub for two placed in front of a light filled double shower behind it.