Best master bath in a custom home

The master bath that's been added on to this 1928 Tudor Revival in Denver is a study in contrasts (or, in the words of architect Doug Walters, “an exercise in solid-void relationships”). The husband's vanity, made from a strong, dark wood, projects out at the sink. The wife's vanity, fashioned from painted white wood with beadboard details, recedes at the sink. The triangular shape above the husband's sink is a half-dormer that matches the home's original dormers. Walters took advantage of the vast attic space provided by the Tudor roof to sculpt a north-facing symmetrical skylight shaft that offers a gentle blue light all year round.

“It's been a star-kissed project,” says Walters. “Everybody likes it.”

Entrant/Architect: Doug Walter Architects, Denver; Entrant/Builder: Coggeshall Construction & Design, Denver; Interior designer: Kd Design Consultants, Denver

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Cabinetry/vanity: Custom, Levant Blue Limestone; Countertop: Levant Blue Limestone; Faucets/fittings: Bath & Beyond; Flooring: St. Marc Amber Limestone Players; Sinks/lav: Duravit;Toilet: Duravit; Other: Class Mosaic Tile: Bisazza Mosaic; Towel Bar: Kroin;

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