Master Bath Pampering

master bathroomThe one room in the house that usually doesn’t get enough attention or creativity in a remodel is the master bath. All too often, 2 sinks are jammed into a 5 or 6 foot vanity with no creative thought. This was not the case with this months featured bath.

Pine Hills is a beautiful development in the southern part of Plymouth off of exit 3 on route 3. Beautifully designed and manicured, Pine Hills is the ultimate spot to retire or fill in for that summer home. With multiple golf courses, its own fire department and a slew of stores and restaurants, Pine Hills has its own community where you can golf or take a leisurely walk or bike ride. It is made up of single homes, condos, town houses and apartments. It’s in a beautiful spot of Plymouth where a trip to Boston or the Cape is under a 30 minutes drive. Opened in early 2000, Pine Hills is the envy of the state.

This month’s feature is a cozy, yet elegant master bath. The room was carefully designed to fit the needs of our client. A soft but rich look was sought to match the taste and needs of its everyday use. The toilet room was added to hide away the look of an item that most people do not want to see. Instead of the two sink set-up that most master baths have these days, it was nixed for a one sink setup with a make-up area. The make-up area gives the illusion of 2 sets of drawer bases on either side of the seat, but we designed one of those cabinets to look like a set of drawers by using the drawer fronts to make up a hinged door. It serves as a great place to store the hair blower that is always plugged into its own receptacle in the cabinet.

Just past the vanity and before the spa-like shower, we added a window seat drawer just below the window for those many times that we need to sit down as we dress. The full run of cabinets and window seat give the area that built-in look that the client wanted. Beautiful and soft materials were used to give the room a rich and elegant feel. Homecrest’s Eastport door style in a French Vanilla opaque painted finish gives the room that slight off white and warm feel. Quartz Caesarstone counters in Buttermilk accents the soft marble floor, yet gives our client a maintenance-free surface. The beautiful, classic crystal and stainless knobs finish the look in the Tuscan room.

I love the way the cabinetry blends right into the shower. It’s the type of room that mimics a fancy spa and makes it tough to leave the room. It’s the type of room that you could be in for half the day and still not get enough of it. I love the purple seat cushion and pillow that was custom designed for the window seat. I can see myself reading a good book sitting there after a nice, warm and relaxing shower. The room is nothing shy of magnificent and will provide our client with many years of pampering.

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