Hello friends, today I am sharing all about my marble master bathroom! When I designed this space, I knew I would be using A LOT of Marble! Staying true to the modern french country theme of my home and bedroom, I have playfully mixed metal finishes and warm wood accents throughout. I can’t wait to share every design detail with you including this wood lattice inlay on my floor.
I partnered with Delta Faucet on this project. Although I was not compensated, the product was provided at no cost. The labor and installation costs were paid for by me. This post also contains some affiliate links. As always, all thoughts and opinions are my own.
Tour my Marble master bathroom with mixed metal finishes and a wood lattice floor inlay!
Teetering the line between modern and classic design, you will notice a mixture of clean simple lines paired with more ornate details. Take my faucets for example. All of my master bathroom fixtures are from Delta Faucet and finished in the luxurious champagne bronze. BUT not all of them are uber traditional! Starting with the sink faucets, I have selected a widespread cross handle fixture from the Delta Cassidy line. I LOVE these faucets.
I designed this custom vanity with a particular Calacatta marble in mind. It is called Calacatta Caldia from Arizona Tile. Gorgeous colorful veining runs throughout the slab, dark charcoals, warm browns, greens, and grays. To show off its beauty, I added an apron front detail that drops along each sinks. It was a pretty tricky counter top to fabricate, but it turned out Oh So Good!
Plenty of storage in this master bathroom vanity and even a hidden outlet or two:) The hair dryer stays plugged in below, and the curling irons and electric razors have their own special drawers. The cabinets are the same style as my kitchen and even carry the same arch detail on the feet and on the marble backsplash. I even used the same hardware, but this time in a different finish (champagne bronze). Click here to see my Modern french country Kitchen reveal.
The beautiful curvy sink faucets are definitely traditional, but what about my tub filler? The Delta Trinsic Tub filler is more contemporary with its clean lines. Did you know you can mix faucet styles? Why not? Just make sure you choose the same beautiful finish throughout to maintain continuity. The perfect contemporary tub filler needs the perfect freestanding tub! This tub is sculptural art, not to modern and not too traditional, but perfect to soak in.
Now the shower is really where I had a bit of fun. I mixed the contemporary Trinsic body sprayer with the traditional Cassidy shower heads to come up with this combo. I just love how the Champaign bronze finish adds warmth to the otherwise cool marble stone. A big shower calls for 2 shower heads. I love how they curve out from the wall and drop water on your head like continuous and steady rainfall. A body sprayer is a MUST and I love the modern contour (just like my tub filler).
The shower is decked out with 12″x 24″ porcelain marble tiles from floor to ceiling. Because marble is a soft stone, marble is very absorbent. For example, if you dye your hair in a marble shower (like I would never do-because I don’t have any gray hairs lol), the dye can stain the shower floor. So I chose a durable porcelain tile to complement the REAL marble throughout my master bathroom. Less expensive, less maintenance = Win Win!
The porcelain marble tile (matte finish or honed) continues on my bathroom floor and runs into a wainscoting behind my tub. The wainscoting is finished with real Carrara marble pencil bullnose trim. A simple and clean look.
My marble master bathroom would not be complete without this show stopping wood lattice inlay! A real marble mosaic with a polished finish. The wood lattice is actually not wood at all. It’s porcelain tile that looks like wood. I matched the stain on my windows with the wood tone in the lattice inlay. That’s what I love about wood windows, the flexibility to change finishes from room to room. Click here to learn more about my windows.
Another designer note about my master bathroom windows- the bottom windows are made with obscured glass for privacy. The transoms contain clear glass so we can still take in all those gorgeous mountain views. The great thing about using obscured glass in a bathroom is that it still lets in all the glorious natural light, but keeps the neighbors from peeping 🙂 Who wants to have blinds or drapes always covering your bathroom windows- not me!
I’ll be honest, I’ve gone through a couple different wood mirrors trying to find there perfect match. I’m sharing photos of both looks, but ultimately I went with the lighter wood tone. The thinner frame with the silver rim really is a perfect match.
In design, you always want to create color triangles. If you are mixing metals like me, make sure its repeated 3 times throughout the space. The white barn door that separates my master closet from my master bedroom hangs from a mixed metal barn door track! The 2 finishes, brass and polished nickel, marry here. Artisan Hardware offers many different metal finishes, but I requested this one custom! It’s the Pinnacle Model and the perfect jewelry for this massive barn door. I designed the barn door with a diamond lattice detail to match the floor.
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That completes my marble master bathroom tour. Please don’t hesitate to ask any questions in the comment section below and be sure to pin the images for later reference. As always, thanks for stopping in!