Our next few Baths of the Year winners ranged from somewhat small to large in size, but all of them had one thing in common – great design.
- This BOTY 2018 Gold Winning bath makes you feel like you are in a 5-star hotel in Paris. The designers, Accent on Cabinets and Slavin Construction, expressed that it was quite the challenge to work on a 420 sq. ft. space, while still making it feel put together. Some of the highlights of this bath include; a Baccarat chandelier, marble tiles and a tub that is positioned near the windows so it feels as if you are bathing on a private terrace. The finished product is an elegant and timeless bath with a Parisian flair.
- The next bath is a BOTY 2018 Gold Winner and we can see why! This showstopper is covered from floor to walls in Carrera marble and a crystal chandelier lights up the whole room. Above the bath is a large window that brings in lots of natural light. The designer of this bathroom is Terra Nova Construction and the interior designer is Studio C Designs.
- Alspaugh Kitchen and Bath outdid themselves in our next BOTY 2018 Gold Winning bath. This space began as an awkwardly shaped bathroom and was transformed into a functional and beautiful “just-for-her” bathroom. The room features a neutral color palette, sleek sconces, porcelain tile on the floors and Arabesque patterned glass and stone tiles behind the sink.
- Our final BOTY 2018 Gold Winner is a smaller sized hall bath that was designed by Dashing Design’s, Elizabeth Kavlock. Even though the homeowners were worried they couldn’t achieve a “wow” factor in such a small space, Dashing Design delivered with a space that was both functional and a complete showstopper. The Hexagonal theme in the space brought everything together and created a unique but tasteful design.