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Bathroom - Countertop
Bathroom - Countertop

Opening up several walls created space for a glass-enclosed shower, his and hers vanities and a make-up table.

Bathroom - Interior Design Services
Bathroom - Interior Design Services

The sculptural tub by Victoria & Albert is made of solid volcanic limestone.

Relaxing Retreat

Award of Distinction - Large Bath

Relaxing Retreat </span.Lauren Gagnon was tasked with revamping the master bath in her clients’ Potomac home. Opening up several divider walls, she created enough space for a large, glass-enclosed shower, his and hers vanities and a make-up table. Stained cherry cabinetry stores belongings out of sight, including linens, toiletries and even a pull-out hamper. Sleek tiles from Porcelanosa clad the floors and shower walls while mosaic bands of stone and marble tile flank both mirrors.

The sculptural tub by Victoria & Albert is made of solid volcanic limestone—a material that retains heat for long, leisurely soaks. A new window overlooks the large wooded property, where privacy is not a concern. 
 
BATH DESIGN: Lauren Gagnon, Jennifer Gilmer Kitchen & Bath, Chevy Chase, MarylandCONTRACTOR: Christopher Kiernan, Barbera Contractors LLC, Damascus, Maryland. CABINETRY: Decor Cabinet Company through Jennifer Gilmer Kitchen & Bath. TILE & FIXTURES: Porcelanosa, Rockville, Maryland. TUB: Victoria & Albert through Jennifer Gilmer Kitchen & Bath. COUNTERTOPS: Caesarstone through R. Bratti and Associates, Alexandria, Virginia. PHOTOGRAPHY: Bob Narod.

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