Master Bathroom Pictures From Blog Cabin 2012

Rustic-chic furnishings pair with vintage-style fixtures and a soothing blue glass tile in the spa-style bathroom.

Photo By: Frank Murray

Photo By: Frank Murray

Photo By: Frank Murray

Photo By: Jason Kisner

Photo By: Frank Murray

Photo By: Jason Kisner

Photo By: Jason Kisner

Photo By: Frank Murray

Photo By: Jason Kisner

Photo By: Frank Murray

Photo By: Frank Murray

Photo By: Frank Murray

Photo By: Frank Murray

Photo By: Jason Kisner

Photo By: Frank Murray

Photo By: Frank Murray

Photo By: Jason Kisner

Photo By: Jason Kisner

Photo By: Jason Kisner

Photo By: Jason Kisner

Photo By: Jason Kisner

Photo By: Jason Kisner

Photo By: Jason Kisner

Photo By: Frank Murray

Photo By: Frank Murray

A cool, crisp palette, flashes of stainless steel and furnishings that incorporate reclaimed wood — most sourced from the home or barn — tell a unique story and continue the home's "elegant barn" theme.

The custom vanity, constructed by Matt Muenster and the Bath Crashers crew, incorporates reclaimed barn wood, treated with a toasty shade of stain, and 2x4 framing. Cedar 4x4 corner posts were milled locally and finished with a coat of paint.

The 6-foot-long vanity top, clad in natural quartz, holds an oversized utility sink equipped with his-and-hers faucets. The enameled cast-iron design is in keeping with the era of Blog Cabin 2012.

A polished chrome towel rack, selected by online voters, lends a hotel-style finishing touch to bathroom interiors. The polka-dot print of plush cotton towels complements the color of shower tile.

Glass tile in a mesmerizing shade of "moonlight," a hue selected by online voters, clads the entire back wall and open shower stall. Custom niches provide space to store soap, beauty and hair care products.

Antique-style valve trim with six-prong handles, surrounded by ceramic dial plates, adds a classic touch to interiors dominated by rustic-chic furnishings.

An overhead rain showerhead, selected during the People's Choice voting program in early 2012, provides a spa-like shower experience.

The nearly 3-foot-deep air bath, capped in natural quartz, offers breathtaking views of meadlowlands. The ceiling-mounted tub filler, selected by online voters, creates a unique sensory experience.

Airjets create thousands of bubbles that target different body zones. The user controls massage intensity, body target and the color scheme of chromotherapy lighting via a remote control.

A custom bench and towel rack crafted by Matt Muenster and the Bath Crashers crew incorporates a fireplace mantel purchased locally, a panel from one of the home's original interior doors and reclaimed barn wood and trim.

A field trip to the studio of Waldoboro welder/sculptor Nathan Nicholls resulted in the bench's steel peg rail, which features old railroad ties, cut down and soldered to a piece of reclaimed flat stock steel.

For the ultimate in comfort and relaxation, the air bath features two integrated seats. The front cabinet of the bath opens to reveal storage space.

The 4-foot-wide vanity mirror, framed in the home's original trim, is capped by vintage-style pendant lights.

A series of awning windows is installed to provide ample light while offering the ultimate in privacy.

A vanity shelf, fashioned from reclaimed wood, offers storage for hand towels and toiletries. A cedar tree, felled and milled locally, forms the table's corner posts.

A high-efficiency toilet is nestled in its own private corner. Selected by online voters, the Shaker-style design is surrounded by vintage accessories sourced in upstate New York and Mathews, Va., the location of Blog Cabin 2011.

Farmhouse antiques find a new home at Blog Cabin 2012. An old medicine chest, which interior decorator Victoria Lesser discovered in upstate New York, appears as if an original fixture.

A vintage clock box becomes a receptacle for jewelry and other treasured items.

A clear glass ledge displays apothecary-style bath accessories. Pops of color lend contemporary style.

Vintage-style faucets fit the farmhouse aesthetic. Each faucet's soap dish is filled with Almost Edible goat's milk soap, produced in Waldoboro, Maine.

Plantation shutters allow light to stream into the master bathroom, while providing privacy as one enjoys the air bath.

A newly purchased wall sconce is customized with a vintage milk-glass shade reclaimed from one of the home's original light fixtures.

Edison-style light bulbs deliver a turn-of-the-century look when paired with vintage-style, yet newly purchased, sconces.

Light-blue glass tile references Blog Cabin's coastal location. The cool, contemporary surface stands in contrast to the room's more primitive furnishings and fixtures.

One of the home's original doors becomes the master bathroom pocket door. Stenciled window panes lend a custom touch.