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    The homeowners called on Fratt & Bush Home to create a master bath that would feel as if they had been transported on a vacation. The updated space includes a soaking tub, fireplace, double vanity, polished nickel fixtures and a rain shower head in an extra-wide shower that includes a marble bench. A separate water closet is covered in a whimsical wallpaper featuring Staffordshire dogs. The main bath area walls are covered in a beautiful yet smart vinyl wall covering that will withstand water and steam.

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    A constantly traveling professional wanted to transform his Clayton residence into a restful home. He worked with C&M Interiors and Chouteau Building Group to create an updated master bathroom to call his own. The main bathroom was originally laid out in an nonfunctional way with dated ‘90s décor. The designers were challenged by an unusually high ceiling and a wall of windows facing a busy street. By adding a charming barrel vault painted in Sherwin-Williams Black Fox, the space was transformed into a large, gallery style room with a stunning artistic chandelier to top it off.

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    The homeowner’s residence is overflowing with a collection of art that is daring and bold, and she wanted her powder room to feel like a piece of art. Wolff Interiors worked with the homeowner to update the bathroom from its generic feel. The designers chose a faux snakeskin wallpaper in an inky teal to base the design scheme around. The powder room is larger than a typical powder room, so the designers had to find pieces to fit the scale of the space. A large, white chandelier and oversized white plaster mirror are the perfect contrast to the dark walls.

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    ADJ Interiors had 39 square feet of space to work with to make their client’s powder room full of glam. The space was long and narrow which made it challenging to maximize storage and give the powder room a sense of flow. The designer added pops of gold in the leaves on the soft-gray wall treatment as well as in the faucet and fixtures, like the “rock candy” cabinet handles and gold-and-glass sconces. The nearly six-foot-long vanity was custom built to maximize the space, extending only 18” at its deepest. The vanity includes two large side drawers for built-in storage.

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    A disastrous plumbing installation prompted a full master bathroom remodel. Alspaugh Kitchen & Bath led the renovation making the tub the star of the show. The homeowners fell in love with a matte black freestanding tub bedecked with strapping and rivets. Industrial-style fittings with matte black accents were selected for the faucets and tub filler to complement the cast-iron tub. The polished nickel finish on the fitting and sconces provide a punch of glam. The long vanity features double sinks with concealed medicine cabinets mounted flush inside framed mirrors.

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    Designer Walnut Lily took on the challenge of creating a luxurious guest bath experience for their clients. The homeowners’ vision was to blend a moody, masculine vibe with a warm and welcoming feel in just under 100 square feet. The bathroom door is directly across from the lower-level entrance, so the bathroom needed to look like a work of art instead of a bathroom. The dramatic, rich blue tile on the shower wall is a show stopper. The frameless glass door and golden grout showcase the herringbone pattern of the tile and complement the brushed gold hardware.

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