Taking a relatively small space and tuning it into a “serene, spa-like” master bathroom was the goal for this newly renovated bathroom by Hamma Galleries.

“The client wanted a space where the stress of the day could be washed away,” says interior designer, Catherine Stewart. To achieve the desired serenity, clutter is hidden away and the textures of both the furnishings and tiles are inviting and soothing.


The custom vanity brings a “sense of warmth with clean, modern lines.” Its tall column creates a visual barrier with the shower and provides hidden storage, while a granite waterfall edge counter is sleek and elegant and the open shelf provides a home for towels.




 Welcoming you into the bathroom is a one-of-a-kind chest and a carefully selected piece of art. “The chest adds natural warmth and interest with the radial design cast in a resin,” says Ms. Stewart, “and the artwork was an important piece to add elegance.”





Several design features combine to bring light into the bathroom. There are overhead pot lights, and LED mirror lights add “task lighting that is both flattering and useful.” Surrounding the mirror are crackled glass, mosaic, subway-style tiles, which pick up the light from the mirror and add a bit of colour and sparkle. The distinctive tiles are laid vertically emphasising the 9’ ceilings and sense of space in the room.

~ House Garden Kitchen & Bath 2022