Three Mood Boards for Luxe Master Bathrooms

Local design firms Platemark Design, Evolve Residential, and Zen Associates curate chic palettes.

Bubble Bath

Pphotographs by Joe St. Pierre / Styling by Kaylei Mcgaw/Anchor Artists

Drawing inspiration from a painting by German artist Ruth Eckstein, the Platemark Design team imagined a champagne-ready space with marble tile and a plush seating area in calming blues and greens.

1 Perennials “Plushy” acrylic textile, Studio 534.

2 Byriver jade facial roller, stylist’s own.

3 Sycamore sample, Masterpiece Woodworks.

4 “Backgammon” viscose-linen textile, Fret.

5 Saladino Furniture “Diamante” polyester textile, Savel.

6 “Rivero” viscose-cotton textile, the Romo Group.

7 Vintage crystal champagne coupe, designer’s own.

8 “Maya” viscose-linen textile, Fret.

9 Baudelaire washcloth, Follain.

10 Saladino Furniture “Kashmir” linen-cotton textile, Savel.

11 Parco Palladiano II fragrance, Bottega Veneta.

12 Vintage Murano glass drawer pull, Period Furniture Hardware.

13 “Ming Green” marble tile, DiscoverTile.

14 “Blue Celeste” marble tile, DiscoverTile.

15 “White Thassos” marble tile, DiscoverTile.

16 Baudelaire sea-wool sponge, Follain.

17 Farmaesthetics “Dream Bath Elixir” bath soak, Follain.

18 Olas bamboo toothbrush, Credo.

19 Yves Delorme cotton-modal wash towel, Linens on the Hill.

20 Live in Mosaics shell dish with stained glass, Blackstone’s of Beacon Hill.

Top Brass

Photographs by Joe St. Pierre / Styling by Kaylei Mcgaw/Anchor Artists

Evolve Residential principal Josh Linder used Buster + Punch’s brass hardware as a starting point for this warm tableau, replete with color-packed textiles and walnut flooring.

1 “Mayreau” polyester-viscose textile, Castel.

2 + 11 Surface samples, Poggenpohl.

3 Donghia “Bee’s Knees” linen textile, Webster & Company.

4 Baudelaire sisal brush, Follain.

5 “Super White Fantasy” marble tile, Cumar.

6 Pierre Frey “Tipi” wool-polyamide textile, the Martin Group.

7 Architectonics field tile, Waterworks.

8 Peter Fasano “String Theory” cotton-linen textile, Charles Spada.

9 Jim Thompson “New Silk Twill” silk textile, Webster & Company.

10 “Unison” polyester textile, Pollack.

12 “Midtown” porcelain tile, Tile Showcase.

13 Walnut sample, Carlisle Wide Plank Floors & Rugs.

14 Brass furniture knob, Buster + Punch.

15 Pierre Frey “Fox” viscose-acrylic textile, the Martin Group.

16 Walker Zanger “David” ceramic tiles, Tile Showcase.

17 Molton Brown “Mesmerising Oudh Accord & Gold” shower gel, Neiman Marcus.

Serenity Now

Photographs by Joe St. Pierre / Styling by Kaylei Mcgaw/Anchor Artists

Envisioning a soothing space for pampering, Zen Associates designer Rina Okawa paired texture-forward stone and wood finishes with soft fabrics in neutral tones.

1 “Silk Georgette” stone sample, Salvatori.

2 “Simena” limestone sample, Stone Source.

3 Wire mesh sample, McNichols.

4 Tray, Zen Associates.

5 Kontex cotton-linen towel, Lekker Home.

6 “Gilded Cork” wallcovering, Innovations in Wallcoverings.

7 “Bowery” resin-cement soap dish, Waterworks.

8 Perennials “Shimmer” acrylic textile, Studio 534.

9 Beechwood bath brush, Waterworks.

10 Walnut-stained Kaya sample, Bouvé Woodworking.

11 Herbivore “Detox” soaking salts, Sephora.

12 + 17 “Keystone” limestone field tiles, Waterworks.

13 Sandra Jordan “Prima Alpaca Suri” alpaca textile, Studio 534.

14 “Urban” white oak sample, Carlisle Wide Plank Floors & Rugs.

15 Davids toothpaste, Credo.

16 Walnut slats, Bouvé Woodworking.

18 Osmia “Black Clay” soap, Follain.

19 Chant “Stop” knob, Katonah Architectural Hardware.