GRAFF Faucet l Colorado Homes
Sabine Taal is not a trained designer, but years of working with artists, she says, "taught me amazing lessons." Those lessons inspired her to design the interiors of her own Denver home, including the 32-by-36 foot master bath with large-scale, concrete-look floor tiles and the dreamy Wetstyle M Metro Series tub with a walmut surround. While the tub is perfectly situated to take advantage of choice exterior views courtesy of a nearby floor-to-ceiling window, the view of the tub is just as arresting. With no doors seperating the master suite's rooms, the view into the bath "is like looking at a still life," Taal says.
To complete the vista, she added a GRAFF faucet and a contemporary chandelier-- the Pirce Suspension by Artemide-- that is "interesting to look at from below as well as from the side," she says. "I have to admit that the bathtub is barely used because my life is too busy. My time will come to relax in the tub when the kids are gone," says the mother of three. "For now, it is my eye candy."
Designer: Homeowner Sabine Taal
Architect: Nest Architecture
Photographer: Emily Minton Redfield