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Wednesday Woodworks – Baths

Image by Emily Followill for Traditional Home via whitehaveninteriors
Today tc millwork delivered fifteen beautiful mahogany doors so we are anxious to share but we must wait until installation is complete.  Instead, take a peek at some beautiful bath woodworks from around the blogosphere.  This superb built-in shows excellent craftsmanship and the windows frame it perfectly.
Image by John Jaco via greige
Love how this bath is soaked in natural light, ideal to showcase the herringbone floors.
Image from houseofturquoise
This feminine bath features an elegant built-in vanity and ornate wardrobe.
This vintage inspired bath still feels soft and light despite the extensive chocolate hued paneling.  Love the open timber ceiling and unique sink stand.
Image via mydesignchic
I adore everything about this eclectic and rustic bath (except for that plain ol’ toilet spoiling the fun).  Who would have guessed that all these unlikely elements (fireplace mantel, urns, stoic gold framed portrait, oriental light fixture) would have worked side by side?  Not for everyone, but that fully planked wall leading seamlessly into the ceiling is ultra labor intensive.  Bravo!
Image via greigedesign
This wide plank flooring, the massive window, the folding shutters, and the entire framework within the room leading into the bath are all clean and stylish examples of  multiple woodworks coming together to create a sophisticated space.
Image Liz Artindale via desiretoinspire
For the modern minded, sleek and masculine.
Image by Sophie Munro via mydesignchic
This bath just screams island don’t you think?  Perfect beach cottage breezy with the blue and white painted ceiling, the painting of a sailor (or my interpretation a such), and creative usage of the wall framework doubling as decorative shelving.
Here in the Caribbean this idea is not just a nice design, it is absolutely practical!  With the right landscaping, an outdoor scrub-n-suds can be private enough to enjoy unabashedly!
This post would not be complete without a wood tub.  All we have to say is, WOW!  What we wouldn’t give to have a client request on of these . . . .