A master suite doesn't have to mean suite full of separate rooms. In this 100-year-old row house, Candice created a loft space, combining modern amenities and high-end finishes while staying true to the home's history.
Candice began this attic transformation by gutting the space, and then dividing it into three zones: a bedroom, dressing area and master bathroom. To create a spa-like feel, she added a soaker tub; a frameless shower enclosure; a new toilet (complete with heated seat and LED lights); and luxurious finishes, including marble, glass mosaic tiles and a crystal chandelier. A new skylight also helps illuminate the many amenities in this divine bathroom.
A mix of gleaming glass and warm natural materials give this enormous master bath a look that is at once airy and grounded. Designer Magued Barsoum created a focal point in the large space by nestling the freestanding tub in the semi-surround of the bay window; a large walk-in shower features Rainforest Green granite trim and a heated towel rack.