Story by Art Department / April 5, 2016

The collaboration between the owners and architects/designers is evident in the organic simplicity of the Master Bath, complimenting the cohesive flow throughout this exquisite home on Charleston’s Harbor. The shower tiles selected by the owner had a “pillow” shape to them, providing a beautiful texture when installed but warranting a shower design that negated any cuts in the tiles. The Interior Architects’ shower design insured that there were no cut tiles in the shower, and that the 3-sided glass enclosure all the fittings lined up perfectly with the grout lines. It’s the attention given to these small details that produce the most beautiful result. The palette was also kept very simple and organic so as not to compete with the views outside. Rich Terra Cotta floors from Spain anchor the finishes and feel great on their feet! The overall look and feel of this space is sophisticated yet completely soothing to both the eye and the touch.
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This is a guest post by Eliza Collins
Photographed by Meredith Brower