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Baths Year

of the

These award-winning baths are awash in divine design BY Heather Riske

Platinum Winner

Gegg Design & Cabinetry fewer than 180 square feet

limestone luxury Quietly tucked behind a small foyer just off the master bedroom, this private master bath exudes sophistication and a rejuvenating sense of solitude. To achieve the subtle, Zen-like ambience, Gegg Design & Cabinetry lightened the space with a rich, creamy limestone for the tub front, floor, countertops and backsplashes. The sweeping curvature of the light walls and tub front softens the room and creates an organic flow between the different design elements. Curved limestone walls also conceal the toilet and shower, adding additional privacy. The tall, vertical glass panels allow soft, natural light to illuminate the shower area. A large window directly above the air massage tub also lightens the room. Chic white light fixtures flank his-andher neutral walnut vanities, which feature a continuous vertical grain pattern in the doors and drawers, adding to the bath’s serene, understated sophistication. Judges’ Comments:

This bathroom packs a ton of detail into the square footage. The long, rectangular windows give the shower a romantic feel that evokes a sense of mystery but is still private. The smooth curves in the walls and bathtub tie everything together, yet they provide contrast against the sharp angles in the ceiling. Photography courtesy of Gegg Design & Cabinetry

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A Modern Rooftop Masterpiece in Midtown Alley, French Country in Town and Country, 2011 Baths of the Year, Sourcebook

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