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73 OONE OF THE LARGEST transfor-mations during the renovation was the reconfiguration of the master bathroom. “The master bath held up the entire project. It was a smaller space and Robert’s idea was to open it up and he wanted an infinity pool bathtub like the infinity pools in St. Lucia. It took us a long time to get it right and see how it would open up to the bedroom. My husband is an out-of the box thinker — he has beautiful ideas that take a long time to make happen,” Jennifer says. A fireplace floats between the master bedroom and bath creates an inviting transition between the two rooms. The space is balanced with a glass shower enclosure on one side and an open, minimalistic concrete vanity at the point of entry. A band of cobalt blue tiles produces a glow-ing current from the tub surround to the bottom of the shower. A large Lik photograph of the moon hangs above the tub and peeks through the glass of the double-sided fireplace. The Barkers’ master bedroom opens to the master bath and encompasses innovative design and use of materials. The multi-dimensional chipped wood ceiling reiterates the warm contemporary style of the main living spaces. The square ceiling tiles play off of the cobalt and iridescent tiles used in the master bath and fireplace. www.wrightsvillebeachmagazine.com WBM


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