Best Baths Week: Day 2

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Location: Park City, Utah Wow Factor: Rough-hewn ceiling beams and stone walls are de rigueur in traditional mountain lodges, but those same rugged elements can look clean-lined and contemporary, says this home’s architect, Costantino Grandjacquet. “If we had chosen a different floor or traditional wood baseboards and trim, the house would have looked completely different,” he says. “By eliminating those elements and using concrete floors, we highlighted the stone without making it feel rustic.” The master bathroom’s slatted ipe wood floor provides a warm contrast to the concrete tub platform and sculptural tub from Waterworks. “I love the vertical grain of the quarter-sawn walnut,” homeowner Amanda Greene says of the master bathroom’s custom vanities (pictured below); the “Mercury I” sconces are by Doyle Crosby for Boyd Lighting.

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Categories: Architecture & Interiors, Kitchen & Bath