2016 ASID (American Society of Interior Designers) Award for Baths - 2nd Place

Award Winners Before and After

2016 CotY awards for Bath 60k-100k

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  • 2016 ASID (American Society of Interior Designers) Award for Baths - 2nd Place
  • 2016 CotY (Contractor of the Year) Award for Residential Bath $50,001-$75,000
  • 2015 Master Design Bronze Award for Bathroom $50,000-$75,000

PROJECT SUMMARY:

The professional yet free-spirited couple who own this mountaintop home wanted to replicate the feeling of an outdoor shower they experienced in a favorite resort during one of their many Caribbean trips together. Built in 1962 at the top of Mt. Helix, the home features stunning natural views and unusual architecture. The couple wanted their new master bathroom to reflect their individualistic lifestyle while incorporating the concept of both an indoor and outdoor shower.

This memorable master bath evokes the experience of a Caribbean destination resort with a contemporary aesthetic. Colors and materials throughout the room express an artistic spirit, while careful space planning and storage options provide a high level of modern functionality. Whether luxuriating in the sumptuous indoor shower or in the open air of the outdoor shower, this inviting space creates an unforgettable adventure for all the senses.

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2016 ASID  Award for Bath - 2nd Place - Before 1

Shag carpeting, a raised tub, and a very small shower were holdovers from the 1970s. The room felt dated and dark and was hard to keep clean.

2016 ASID  Award for Bath - 2nd Place - After 1

The new space is refreshingly open and airy, with an emphasis on welcoming in nature and reflecting light off interesting surfaces. The dark purple wall visually frames the view of the hillside forest just beyond the outdoor shower.

2016 ASID  Award for Bath - 2nd Place - Before 2

The existing vanity was a style of the past with little room for tasks or storage.

2016 ASID  Award for Bath - 2nd Place - After 2

The new vanity features an unusually wide mirror, selected to emphasize light and openness. A sleek light fixture placed directly on the mirror is an unexpected artistic strategy to further illuminate the space, where two sinks now make it easier to share the bathroom.

2016 ASID  Award for Bath - 2nd Place - Before 3

The original shower was unusually small given the amount of space in the room. The clients and their children are all tall, making the scale even more awkward.

2016 ASID  Award for Bath - 2nd Place - After 3

The new indoor shower was designed in luxuriously grand scale, punctuated by a column of shimmering glass tile in a myriad of colors, including blue, rust, purple, and red.

2016 ASID  Award for Bath - 2nd Place - After 4

The sumptuous gray wall was built from two 4' x 12' slabs of Neolith sintered compact surface. The material looks similar to concrete but with a more artistic, rustic texture reminiscent of natural rock.

2016 ASID  Award for Bath - 2nd Place - Before 5

The outdoor area seen from the existing bath was a dismal and neglected area with little to attract the eye.

2016 ASID  Award for Bath - 2nd Place - After 5

The unused outdoor space was transformed into an outdoor shower where the clients can relive their experience in a Caribbean resort with the modern functionality of contemporary design. Showering in the open air is an unforgettable experience in this inviting space.

2016 ASID  Award for Bath - 2nd Place - Before 6

The natural surroundings of the home are quite beautiful but were ignored and obstructed in the original design of the master bathroom.

2016 ASID  Award for Bath - 2nd Place - After 6

Frosted glass lets in light and an impression of the view while retaining privacy. The wall with showerhead and elegantly simple controls is created from tile with the look of natural wood, selected in a shade that complements the gray wall of tile within.