Quick Tour: Master Bath Redo

People often ask me for a few of my favorite sources, when they get tired of looking at the same stuff from the run-of-the-mill stores. Here's a round-up of places I found the elements for this master bath remodel:

Tile: Thassos and Ming Green tile from Decorative Materials at the Denver Design Center.

Fixtures: Rohl

Vanity: Aspen Leaf

Sconces: Visual Comfort

Mirror: Horchow

Rug: Dash and Albert

Stool: Wisteria

And the cool poster over the tub of Jacqueline Kennedy's Dresses. Add a frame and ta-da!

After: Vanity


Before: Shower Area (Beautiful, right?)

After: Shower Area

Beautiful Bath


On one of Denver's prettiest historic streets, this home had four large bedrooms, so we stole one to create a master suite, complete with a pretty master bathroom. Here's the skinny:

We started with the tile and slab. We wanted slab without dark veins to have a lighter look throughout, and we found Valley Gold Vein to be the best option. TIP: Select slab a few weeks before installation to make sure you have a great selection from the slab yard because at times, the slab yard may be out of what you are looking for. On the floors, we used Calcutta Gold marble in 12-by-12-inch squares set in a diamond pattern with accents of Mosaic Black marble. Glam!

The fixtures come from Rohl and the sparkly sconces are from Waterworks. Our crowning achievement? Rosslyn paper from Farrow & Ball for the water closet. What do you think?