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Restful Retreat: 3rd Place

A revamped bath overflows with serenity and style

A mother of three tapped designer Maria Causey to transform her 107-square-foot master bath into a relaxing getaway at home. Replacing a dark and depressing predecessor, this light and airy space incorporates a freestanding Signature Hardware tub with a slim-profile Delta faucet, an enlarged shower, a new 36-inch double vanity that accommodates the husband’s height, and wall-mounted and recessed lighting. A navy blue vanity contrasts with the serene material palette. Hexagonal mosaic tiles pave the floor, while neutral Carrara marble and bold Fireclay Tile accents lend the shower color and style.

Bath Design: Maria Causey, Maria Causey Interior Design, Aldie, Virginia. Contractor: Beauchain Builders, Sterling, Virginia. 

Details. . . Cabinets: ntimedesignllc.com. Carrara Marble Wall Tile, Floor Tile & Kasbah Trellis Fire Clay Accent Tile: tileshop.com. Marble Countertop: glbtileandmarble.com. Tub, Tub Faucet & Kohler Showerhead: ferguson.com. Shades: graberblinds.com.

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