Written By Lesley Canter on Tuesday, March 18, 2014 | 2:16 AM
Behind the glass doors, a Japanese tub and shower make up the wet room. Frosted glass doors parallel the room on the other side to conceal a water closet or toilet room.
In this not so typical Asian-inspired bathroom, a neutral color palate is chosen to evoke a timeless design. Black high lights on the sink vanity accentuate the details in the Asian-themed artwork and wall covering.
Zen Fusion at its finest. The combination of Asian influence with the contemporary lines and products of today creates this spa environment, which features walnut cabinets, Shoji screen doors with metal tile and faux grass cloth walls. A true Japanese-style tub and a large walk-in shower with body sprays and all the works provide the finishing touches.
The master bathroom features a new window treatment using two companion fabrics, superb accessories and wallpaper with a leaf pattern.
A large soaking tub in a Zen-inspired bath was created using earth tone tiling and multi-hued glass tile, clean lines and unique accents. A custom cherry stained cabinet hides the oversized tub equipment and artisan created metal art adds a bit of color and texture to the room.
The high ceilings and large surface area of this bathroom were an inspiration to keep the space minimal. The contemporary style square tub, situated next to full-height windows, was uniquely built into the ground along the same level as the new concrete floors. Asian-inspired accent pieces, including light fixtures, a teak stool and original artwork, keep the feeling Zen-like.