2018 Home Design Contest Finalists • Bathroom

Join us at the Delaware Art Museum on Tuesday, Nov. 13 as we reveal this year’s winners

Master oasis



Maureen Jacobs of Bath Kitchen and Tile Center helped created the ultimate master bath retreat. The massive walk-in shower is covered in Calacatta marble and travertine in a beautiful blend of silvers, grays and creams. The white farmhouse sinks pop against the dark hardwood floors and clean nickel finishes.

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Open sesame



Marissa Reed of Bath Kitchen and Tile Center helped this homeowner update their bathroom while also making it feel less closed off. She chose a Calacatta porcelain tile, a freestanding tub and a new glass enclosure. The new sliding barn door adds a touch of “Fixer Upper” flair.

Clean and serene



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This modern and fresh master bath by Waterbury Kitchen and Bath and Marra Homes is a dream, thanks to the custom inset cabinetry, Pietra Cardosa vanity and plank-style tile floor.

Small but mighty



Liza Nicole Interiors turned this once lackluster, builder-grade powder room into a space filled with personality. She added custom millwork, Cole & Son’s orchid wallpaper, new lighting and a sleek console sink. (Photography: Jon Friedrich)

A worthy sacrifice


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Sometimes it is worth sacrificing closet space to get the master bath of your dreams. Liza Nicole Interiors delivered by giving this homeowner a shower with crisp, chrome finishes, a heated Carrara marble hexagon tiled floor and an antiqued vanity and cabinet to add a touch of traditional flair. (Photography: Jon Friedrich)

Head-to-toe fabulous



This spacious master bath by Waterbury Kitchen and Bath leaves no stone unturned. The fabulous feature wall above the vanity is covered in Calacatta mosaic marble while the floors are done in a vein-cut Travertine tile.

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