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Nov

How To Complete the Calm Retreat in Your Master Bath

Master baths have become a private oasis for discerning homeowners who welcome a respite from their hectic lives.

Boston Design Guide’s Sandy Giardi recommended the following way to make the most of the master bath in a recent blog post on the magazine’s website. “Slice up the cucumber, steep that herbal tea and infuse your ice water with fresh fruit, because today’s master baths rival the designs of the most luxurious day spas. Homeowners and bath design professionals are invoking a “serenity now” mentality and crafting calming, clean-lined retreats for bathroom suites. These beautifully conceived private oasis are as easy on the eye as they are on the soul. The best part? There’s no appointment necessary”.

Roomscapes design team agrees that master bathrooms have become private therapeutic relaxation rooms with an accent on luxury and indulgence complete with spa-quality fittings. The design of these spaces invites the outside in with spectacular views, neutral palettes, heated floors and split levels.

Freestanding baths emulate sculpture and are often the centerpiece of the room – especially those with luxury features like bubble massage technology. Statement basins and taps complete the look and the