Shower head & subway tile In the master bathroom, a modern farmhouse aesthetic took an industrial bent with brick walls, a concrete shower floor, and metal windows—the latter providing a view of horses.
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The large window and glass shower-stall doors preserve the vineyard panoramas. Plain white tile gives the shower a fresh look without detracting from the view; a handsome wood stump (see enlarged image) helps ground the airy feel of the shower stall.
For this East Hampton, New York, bathroom, Timothy Godbold paired subway-tiled walls with a Waterworks marble mosaic floor. The space also features a Bong marble stool from Capellini and a kilim runner. Photo by Rikki Snyder