"The peril in doing a contemporary bathroom is that it can feel cold," says Pamela Butz of Butz + Klug Architecture, who rebuilt this home close Boston with accomplice Jeffrey Klug. Their answer was a design that blunders in favor of effortlessness, however with lovely, common materials that "represent themselves."
Kips Bay 2007 - Scott Salvator
An rich courteous fellow's bathroom from Scott Salvator.
Kips' Bay: Scott Salvator
The six-foot drenching tub hand-cut from a solitary chunk of Port Laurant marble is mounted on a stage. Suspended above, from the silver-leafed roof, is a nine-foot portable hand-produced using sheet metal by Matt Richards from Konrad's Mobiles in Texas.
Kips' Bat: Scott Salvator
The signature furniture piece in the room is Salvator's unique refined man's vanity, designed by him and made solely for the room by Sherle Wagner. The counter is tiger's eye, with wenge wood for the body, and the cabinet fronts are scorched cowhide with antique mirror insets on the sides.
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