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R.G. Apel Development designed a guest bath that combines both form and function. You can enter the bath through the custom three-lighted door from either the bedroom or the hallway. The most striking feature in the bath is the specifically designed polished stainless steel trim that is used throughout the space. The metal accents the shower entry and is the material used for the apron molding around the vanity. The material ties in the modern stainless steel vessel sink, which sits atop a l2-inch thick glass top custom made in Canada.

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At approximately 420 square feet, the large master bathroom presented a challenge in working within such a large space. It was important to designers Accent on Cabinets and Slavin Construction to not just fill the space with wall-to-wall cabinets. The homeowners wanted a bathroom that gave them the feeling of being on vacation. Inspiration was taken from both New York City and Paris. The Baccarat chandelier is elegant and set the tone for the space. Marble flooring is intricately placed for a feeling of sophistication.

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The 195-square-foot master bathroom is in a new-construction home in Kirkwood. Designer Terra Nova Construction and interior designer Studio C Design made this bathroom a showstopper. High-end style and glamour were essential to the design. The floors and walls are blanketed in various sizes of Carrera marble tile. His-and-her custom vanities provide individual spaces for the homeowners. Each vanity is finished with wall-to-wall mirrors and sconce ligniting. The shower is packed with features including the curbless design with linear drain and built-in niches and bench.

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Alspaugh Kitchen and Bath began this bathroom renovation with a simple equestrian for a “just-for-her” space with plenty of storage. To achieve this goal, double sinks were removed in favor of a single sink. A small closet was replaced by a tall angled cabinet for storage of extra linens. Sharply angled walls presented a challenge. The designer’s solution was to remove an awkwardly placed door and a seldom-used tub. This created a more useable space with a larger shower. Custom cabinetry in a rift-cut oak provides a soft, neutral look.

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A hall bath used by all visitors was in need of a redesign. Since it was the only bathroom in the home to retain a tub for resale purposes, the homeowners were afraid they couldn’t achieve a “wow” factor. Dashing Design by Elizabeth Kavlock suggested several unexpected selections to make the space a showstopper while still maintaining functionality. A Kohler undermount tub was chosen and a tile flange was added on two sides while the other two sides were treated as tub decking with a seat and front ledge.

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Ready to scale down from their stately family residence in Frontenac, these well-traveled, fun-loving empty-nesters began looking for a home better suited to their newfound freedom. The vibrant, semi-urban atmosphere and walkability of Old Town Clayton proved irresistible and, in 2016, the couple found a 1980s-vintage Georgian townhouse that could be adapted to their lifestyle and many interests.

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