Bath Design: Classic Luxury

  This classic luxury, European-inspired bath caught our eye online recently. It was only the 3rd place winner in the Signature Kitchens & Baths contest but we found the look incredibly rich. We haven't seen as much cabinetry design like this recently; more often than not the luxury baths featured are sprawling oases that have no business being called bathrooms.  We wanted to make note of and share this one because as homes begin to boast more usable, moderately sized spaces with practical instead of decadent luxury, we think this bath is a very rich example of reasonable opulence. (Hmm...maybe we should coin that term!)
Tom Kindred
17625 Route 84 NE
Moline, IL 61244 

His and her vanities, steam shower with rain head, fireplace, heated floors, bubble massage tub, arched barreled ceilings, walk-in closets, crystal chandeliers, coffee bar

23' x 18'

Cabinetry: Medallion Designer Gold in Espresso

Flooring: 18' x 18' Carrera marble with black granite accents

Vanity Tops: Carrera marble with ogee detail

Sink(s): Kohler Memoirs

Plumbing Fixtures: Newport Brass in chrome 

Tub: Kohler Memoirs Bubble Massage 

Shower Door: European Custom frameless 

Toilet: Kohler Memoirs

Lighting: Restoration Hardware 

Hardware: Atlas Homewares chrome mega pulls 

Mirrors: Custom

Backsplash/Tile: Carrera marble with chair and pencil accents 

Plumbing Supplies: Newport Brass in chrome

Steam Shower: Kohler

Towel Warmer and Floor Heat: Warmly Yours

Closets: Closets Plus

Vents: Fantech 

Fireplace: Regency

Window: Pella

*Member of SEN Design Group

*Photographer: Steven Paul Whitsitt


  1. This is definitely opulent. Heated stone floors, steam shower - I could spend all day.

    Floors are my Specialty

  2. Without needing to travel abroad, homeowners still can relax in a European-inspired bathroom. All it takes is the addition of more ornate fixtures that combine timeless elegance with modern luxury.

  3. There are many plumbing fixtures that can make a big statement in a bathroom like this - that is never part of a bath design that should be overlooked.
    Thanks for the comment!

  4. Your bath design looks wonderful, thank you very much for sharing this idea. I'll be sure to pattern mine from yours.


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