Best Baths Week: Day 3

Photo by Benjamin Benschneider

 

Location: Big Sky, Montana Wow Factor: “The design is really about texture first,” says interior designer Lisa Kanning of the home she designed in Montana’s Yellowstone Club. “I get that right, and everything feels calm and tranquil.” In the master bathroom, pictured above, that texture comes courtesy stone floors, tiled walls and reclaimed wood ceiling beams (refined with a wire wheel, a process that cleans the old wood, bringing out its color and character). And then there’s that honed black granite tub. “The [room] just begged for this sculptural tub [the Papillon Bathtub, from Stone Forest in Santa Fe],” Kanning says. “And I love the hardware that comes up out of the floor.” The glass-and-iron doors, made by Kodiak Custom Fabrication in Bozeman, Montana, give architectural definition to the opening between the bath and bedroom. See the rest of the house here: http://www.mountainliving.com/article/2011-home-year

Categories: Architecture & Interiors, Kitchen & Bath, Yellowstone Club