Master Bathroom Pictures From Blog Cabin 2013

Designed to resemble an outdoor shower, the master bathroom pairs luxurious spa-like fixtures with gracious forms.

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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: 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: Jason Kisner

Photo By: Jason Kisner

Glazed porcelain tile walls paired with continuously colored porcelain floors create a sandy, neutral backdrop to showcase an Ipe-clad shower panel and an acrylic freestanding air bath.

The 6-foot freestanding tub offers an air-bath experience via 120 air jets that release thousands of massaging bubbles. The intensity of bubble massage is customizable. A freestanding bath filler with hand shower is mounted atop an Ipe-wood base.

"My favorite project this year was the Ipe-wrapped shower panel," says Bath Crashers host Matt Muenster. "Rain-shower head, hand sprayer and body sprays installed on an angled wall in the wet room that we covered in exotic Ipe for a very luxurious spa feel."

A skylight and a casement awning window stream light into the space, contributing to an indoor-outdoor aesthetic. A thin panel of glass, installed at the entrance to the wet area, keeps splash at bay.

A strip of mosaic tiles in glass and tumbled stone pop against a neutral hue of glazed porcelain and complements the dark hue of bamboo flooring and Ipe accents.

In keeping with a current trend in burlap drapery and pillow and chair coverings, the budget-chic material clads walls, creating a unique wainscoting effect.

An ottoman with woven-rope seat cozies up to the soaking tub and provides a seat for parents as they assist young children.

A custom vanity is clad in sheathing from the original home and topped with glacier-white granite.

A privacy wall blocks the view of the toilet from the wet-room area.

Mason jars, wrapped with nautical roping, serve as holders for battery-operated flicker candles.

The sleek countertop surface and modern faucet fixtures stand in contrast to weather-worn sheathing, reclaimed from the home.

Floor heat mats, installed under porcelain tile, were custom-cut to fit the space. Heat is programmable via a GFI-protected thermostat.

Frosted-glass cage-style lighting, selected by online voters, offers a subtle nod to nautical.

A mosaic tile inset provides space to stow bath salts, soaps and hair products.

"The burlap wainscoting was a first for me — and turned out to be a great and quite easy project," says Matt Muenster. "It took us about an hour or two to install the burlap and trim it out to give it a panelized look. It added a lot of texture and an unexpected material to the space."

"Some sheathing was painted, some not," says project manager Dylan Eastman. "The theory is that materials were moved around as additions were made or came from somewhere else — an old barn or a boat wreck."

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