Bath

BALANCING ACT // NOVEMBER 2018
FAMILY CONNECTION // NOVEMBER 2018
FORMS OF EXPRESSION // JANUARY 2019
QUIET CONTEMPORARY // DECEMBER 2018
FOUND OBJECTS // APRIL 2018
FITS TO A “T” // MARCH 2018
IRON FIST, VELVET GLOVE // DECEMBER 2018

“Bathrooms are becoming more architectural, elegant, and relaxing, and nowhere is this more evident than with the sculptural design of freestanding tubs. From acrylic to metal to handcrafted solid-surface material, these tubs make a statement in any bathroom.”—Lisa Effler, Frank Webb Home

BALANCING ACT // NOVEMBER 2018
The owners’ bathroom in a sleek midcoast home by Knickerbocker Group is
a serene retreat, featuring white marble countertops and built-in cabinetry.
“Many of the built-in elements seem to be floating off the wall,” says interior
design manager Brady-Anne Cushing.
ARCHITECT, BUILDER & INTERIOR DESIGNER: Knickerbocker Group
COUNTERTOPS: Morningstar Stone & Tile
PHOTOGRAPHY: François Gagné

FAMILY CONNECTION // NOVEMBER 2018
Designer Bronwyn Huffard of Huffard House chose galvanized barn lights,
gooseneck faucets, and a wall-mounted industrial sink to bring farmhouse
spirit to a bathroom adjoining a triple-bunk bedroom in Cape Elizabeth. A
four-foot band of Kerrie Kelly marble tiles inlaid with blue glass adds a subtle
note of luxury to the shower walls.
BUILDER: Russ Doucette Custom Home Builders
INTERIOR DESIGNER: Huffard House
TILE: Tile Bar
PHOTOGRAPHY: John Benford

FORMS OF EXPRESSION // JANUARY 2019
The owners’ bath in this York home continues what architect Scott Fiorentino
calls the “rustic industrial design” of the rest of the house. A glass-block wall
brings in light while adding privacy, and two mirrors hang on pipes over a
trough-style sink.
ARCHITECT: Fiorentino Group Architects
BUILDER: Howarth Builders
TILE: Portico Fine Tile & Design
PHOTOGRAPHY: Rob Karosis

QUIET CONTEMPORARY // DECEMBER 2018
The owners’ bath in this sleek Falmouth home features heated pebble-tile floors,
an open shower, and a double-sided gas fireplace shared with the bedroom.
ARCHITECT: Kevin Browne Architecture
BUILDER: Sylvain & Sevigny Custom Builders
BATHROOM DESIGNER: Kitchen Cove Cabinetry & Design
PHOTOGRAPHY: Jonathan Reece

FOUND OBJECTS // APRIL 2018
Designers and craftspeople Tara Mangini and Percy Bright of Jersey Ice
Cream Company chose a palette of taupe, dove gray, and ivory for a
renovated farmhouse in Rockport. The claw-foot bathtub is a new addition to
the owners’ bathroom.
BUILDER: Cold Mountain Builders
INTERIOR DESIGNER: Jersey Ice Cream Company
PHOTOGRAPHY: Myriam Babin

FITS TO A “T” // MARCH 2018
In the owners’ bathroom of a lake house designed by architect Jesse
Thompson of Kaplan Thompson Architects, a soaking tub from Italy and
earth-toned tile make a subtle statement.
ARCHITECT: Kaplan Thompson Architects
BUILDER: Dorsey Construction
TILE: Carminart
PHOTOGRAPHY: Irvin Serrano
STYLING: Krista Stokes

IRON FIST, VELVET GLOVE // DECEMBER 2018
Following his client’s desire for a quiet look and a restrained color palette,
architect Caleb Johnson designed a spacious yet minimalist owners’ bath with
a solid-surface tub from Badeloft.
ARCHITECT: Caleb Johnson Studio
BUILDER: Chase Construction
TILE: Architect by Floor Gres
PHOTOGRAPHY: Trent Bell