L: Luxurious Loos
The definition of luxury is a personal one. And it goes without saying the elements that go into the design of a bathroom are clearly a personal decision. At its core, a bathroom is a functional space that requires the same utility for any project. But, what would an en suite bathroom look like if budget and imagination had no limits? A recent project by Sandwich’s Casabella Interiors for a homeowner in Dennis was so successfully creative and masterfully accomplished, it was recently recognized by the Builders and Remodelers Association of Greater Boston with a PRISM award.
“The homeowner approached us and asked us to imagine a luxurious, restorative space for their new master bath.” Casabella’s owner Michele Chagnon-Holbrook explains. “It was such a fun project because both the budget and the possibilities had few restrictions. But, just like any project that has a tighter budget, each and every decision has to be thoughtful and appropriate for the space.” Chagnon-Holbrook and lead designer Shannon Heritage leveraged their depth of expertise to source some of the most unexpected and opulent materials and applied them to a truly inspired design layout.
The project initiated with the renovation of the client’s master en suite, where Casabella re-worked the floor plan to take advantage of the spectacular oceanfront views, overlooking a private beach, for special elements like a free-standing slipper tub, with a mid-deck fixture, tucked into a private alcove. Natural Italian dolomite marble spans throughout the bath and around the threshold-free, over-sized shower that takes center stage in the middle of the room.
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