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Bathroom designer: Paul Bentham, Jennifer Gilmer Kitchen and Bath Contractor: MARNIC Contractors Cabinet maker: Premier Custom Built Vanity: Slab door, high gloss polyurethane to match Glacier White quartz; countertop and legs: wenge, Durata Matte finish, waterfall legs Armoire: Slab door, wenge veneer with high gloss polyurethane sheen Bench, countertop: Wenge, Durata Matte finish, by Grothouse Inc Toilet cubicle: Custom frosted door, polished chrome hinges and handles Toekicks: Mirror Basin: White Reve vessels from Kohler Sinks Faucets: Allure Two Hole Basin Mixer, polished chrome, by Grohe Shower fittings: Grohe, Euphoria Cube shower head and hand shower set, Rainshower F-Series spray, polished chrome Floor: Calacatta Gold Shower tiles: Certosa porcelain Wall tiles: Wow wedge tile, white Lighting: Sconces above mirrors and medicine cabinets, Visual Comfort Studio Bowery in aged iron with Wax Accessories: Essentials Cube Collection in polished chrome, by Grohe; towel warmer: Amba Warmer with digital control by Vega; mirror with Wenge wood frame Thresholds and window trim: Arctic White Quartz stone for shower curb and sides to the ceiling Story by Charles Moxham Photography by Bob Narod see more images, search: 47965 at more by this designer gilmer at search: vanity at The square rainhead showerhead is flanked by his and hers showering points at opposite ends of the zone, each with its own fixed head and hand shower, tiled bench and storage niche. “The Kohler Reve sinks are semi-recessed into the vanity benchtop,” says Bentham. “Set on tall mirrored toekicks, the vanity, bench and storage cabinet, or armoire, all appear to float above the marble floor. Under the sinks, U-shaped drawers in solid walnut allow room for plumbing while still providing storage.” The designer also added storage space under the seat bench and in the armoire. Facing page: The two his and hers shower niches are set at opposite ends of the large shower zone. Top: A skylight and indirect lighting from three sconces augment the natural light from the bathroom’s only window. The bench, in the same waterfall finish as the vanity, also provides storage for large items. Above: The toilet cubicle, with frosted glass door, offers complete privacy. search | save | share at