Friday, September 14, 2012

An award-winning master bath ...

Master bath designed by Ian Mentasti of Stephen Terhune Woodworking
photographed by Michael J. Lee, featured in Design New England Magazine

Have you seen the September/October issue of Design New England Magazine? Our ad features the winning space of our first annual Designers Shine with Designer Bath contest.

After seeing the space in person, we really loved this view of the extra large walk-in shower alongside a marble deck-mounted Bain Ultra Origami therapeutic bath, each outfitted with traditionally designed Rohl fixtures in polished nickel. It is a great example of a bath design project that includes many elements successfully coordinated with the expert help of our Designer Bath showroom.

About the project from designer, Ian Z. Mentasti, of Stephen Terhune Woodworking:
Set on a hilltop on the North Shore of Massachusetts, this renovation of an early 19th century house included a new addition with a three car garage, new kitchen and family room, as well as an entire master suite. The project involved a complete gut and redesign of existing and new spaces to accommodate an active family. The main goal of this specific part of the project was to create a master bath that captured the client’s sense of tranquility while providing them with a highly functional space. Having Designer Bath and Salem Plumbing Supply as a resource really allowed us to explore a number of options, and ultimately we were able to combine a variety of materials with the perfect fixtures to finish the space.

This project was submitted to our Shine contest by Anne Alberts of Carpenter and MacNeille. She explains, Stephen Terhune Woodworking is a sister company of Carpenter and MacNeille. It is a custom cabinetry and millworking company that was established alongside Carpenter and MacNeilles architecture, interior design and construction services.

Below are the two photos submitted to our judges:

photo by Cheryle St. Onge 

A custom built creamy white double vanity is enhanced with inset mirrors, delicate sconces, and plenty of storage. American Standard undermount sinks with widespread Rohl faucets in polished nickel are paired with sleek marble countertops. The walls, painted a warm palladian blue, add to the spa-like feeling of this elegant master bath.

photo by Cheryle St. Onge 

A favorite design detail: A built-in ledge beneath a band of glass accent tile easily accommodates an array of bath products in the generously sized shower.

photo: Michael J. Lee  // carpet: Landry and Arcari

Congratulations to the design/build professionals
who were a part of this winning project:

Designer: Ian Mentasti, Stephen Terhune Woodworking
Designer Bath Sales Consultant: Sharon Hunt
Contractor: Carl Anderson Construction

If you have a bath or kitchen design project that should be in a magazine, plan to submit it in next years Designers Shine with Designer Bath contest!

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