Photography: Med Dement
To maximize the organic look and feel, Sanders selected a fog-colored glass tile for the shower. The knotty alder cabinets have a cypress finish with ReVelle countertops, which lend a “green” concrete look. The flooring is Idyllwild stone with veining that mimics a wood floor.
The vision for this bathroom flowed naturally from the home’s wooded and peaceful surroundings. The challenge was to create a space that would be both an extension of the outdoor environment – serene and natural – but one that would also be inherently practical with a modern edge. To make it work, Jackie Howard, Natalie Sims, and Elaine Sanders worked together to select durable organic materials. The cabinetry is a thickly grained wood that creates a rich texture for the stone and glass throughout the bathroom. The chocolate brown stone that makes up the flooring has creamy and lighter brown veining that adds a subtle warmth. Clean parallel lines run throughout the space, giving the bathroom an effortlessly modern and naturalistic aesthetic.
Design: Jackie Howard, Scarlett’s Cabinetry; Natalie Sims, Yessick’s Design Center; Elaine Sanders, The Tile Store
Cabinetry: Scarlett’s Cabinetry
Countertops: The Tile Store
Bath Fixtures & Lighting: Ferguson