Tying nature into every project has always been important to Moorhead, and this master bath project provide ample opportunity for visual drops of stone and tile with horizontal movement of natural woods.
The detailed and intricate tile work provides a visual break from the bold larger stone and tile backdrops. The result is a room that is visual interesting, yet relaxing.
The floor to ceiling glass shower keeps the room open, and the choice of the free standing white tub provides a visual focal point while supporting the visual flow.
Textures and colors dramatically affect every room and in the bath there is ample opportunity for both. Natural colors with diverse textures provide stimulus and comfort.
The Theodorsons wanted the guest bath to reflect the same comfortable feel as the master bath and incorporated similar visual styles creating vertical drops with tile.
Clean, smooth lines create a visual path to the outdoors, with a unique combination of tile and wood the warms the room while maintaining and upscale feel.
The vertical tile drops not only help to create a feeling of falling water, but help to break up the room visually for key focal points including the sink and mirror.
The juxtaposition of the warm tile with the cool wall tile creates areas of contrast both visually and emotionally. The multi-jet shower provides guests an unexpected level of luxury.