BOTY 2016: Separate, But Together

Dashing Design by Elizabeth Kavlock, Gold winner, More than 200 square feet

Edited by Melissa Mauzy
Photography by Anne Matheis


Separate, But Together

With 260 square feet to work with, this couple had plenty of space to create a master bath with separate spaces while still being together. Designer Elizabeth Kavlock, Dashing Design, created a shower for two, a tub for two and a vanity for two to give the couple exactly what they desired. Access to the master bath through the walk-in closet allows for everyday grooming and day prep to be done within their own spaces. The husband has his own private water closet, while the wife has an extensive makeup dressing vanity.

Straight lines and dark features give a masculine feel, while soft waves and curves and shiny accents brings in a touch of glam. The vanity island is a unique approach with one long bowl and two separate faucets as well as a double-sided mirror and pendant lights. Dimensional tile both inside and outside the bath makes an impression on the plumbing wall. The shower seat extends from the shower to outside for extra space.

Why the judges love it:
This bathroom is a unique solution to a big, open space. It is very creative, and the wave tile is beautiful.

Designer: Dashing Design by Elizabeth Kavlock, 618-830-3572
Tile: ISC Surfaces, 314-994-7100
Tile Installer: Styleside Home Improvements
Granite: Hallmark Stone, 636-349-1288
Plumbing Fixtures: Ferguson, 314-522-3300
Plumbing Installer: C&H Plumbing, 636-285-4580
Lighting: Wilson Lighting, 314-222-6300
Glass/Mirror: H&H Glassworks, 636-936-2989