Luxurious appointments, Fine Finishes, classic looks, and fresh color and pattern are the stuff of these baths, both new and renovated. Check out the dreamy spaces on the following pages to inspire your own at-home retreat.
(THIS IMAGE) Architect: Matt Costanzo Cabinetry: Ted Gibbs, Gibbs Construction Cabinet color: Farrow & Ball’s Cook’s Blue Sconces: Visual Comfort Faucet and Floor Tile: Fixtures & Finishes Marble: Surface One Hardware: Brandino Brass
Sometimes, a bath is so outdated that it’s best to strip it to the frame and just start over. That’s what architect Matt Costanzo did when renovating this bath along with designers Sumner Starling and Anne Hurley with Starling Interiors. The clients needed more space, and the only way to achieve that was by rewriting the floorplan. In additon to relocating plumbing, Matt says, “Closets were moved to the interior and walls were taken down to let in more natural light,” The new configuration also allowed them to create a separation from the bedroom and bath with a dressing hall and closets.
Using a neutral backdrop with paint choices, tile, and countertops, the designers added contrast with white oak cabinets and flush white oak doors. The end result? A beautiful retreat that is both dramatic and inviting.
Architect: Matt Costanzo Interior Design: Sumner Starling & Anne Hurley, Starling Interiors Construction: Franks Building Company Cabinets: Parsons Cabinetry Tile & Plumbing: Fixtures & Finishes Hardware: Brandino Brass Countertops: Triton Stone Group Lighting: Visual Comfort Paint Color: Seapearl by Benjamin Moore