The trend of using multiple marbles in bathroom design is gaining popularity as designers are exploring new ways to elevate the aesthetic appeal of bathrooms. Gone are the days when a single type of marble would be used to cover every surface of a bathroom. Instead, designers are using multiple marbles to create contrasting or complementary textures and patterns that make a statement.
Explore the exquisite marble combinations found in some of New York City’s most luxurious residences. These awe-inspiring designs showcase how the use of multiple marbles can transform a bathroom into a work of art.
The Astor, a historic building constructed by the renowned William Waldorf Astor in 1901, is currently undergoing a restoration and upgrade to cater to modern buyers while preserving the pre-war character and charm that Manhattan’s Upper West Side is famous for. Situated in one of New York’s most established neighborhoods, The Astor is ideally located between two coveted green spaces, providing residents with easy access to the picturesque Riverside Park and iconic Central Park.
Residents will be able to indulge in the opulent ambiance of the bathrooms, which are adorned with a rich array of luxurious marbles, including Calacatta Gold, Tundra Grey, and Nero Gold. The dual-sink vanity is meticulously crafted from white oak, exuding elegance and style, and complemented by sleek Lefroy Brooks polished nickel fittings, which add an exquisite touch to the overall design.
53 West 53
Rising 1,050 feet above the iconic Museum of Modern Art in Midtown, 53 West 53 is an impressive addition to the Manhattan skyline. The striking condominium tower, designed by the renowned Pritzker Prize-winning architect Jean Nouvel, features 161 residences, including full-floor homes and duplex penthouses, all with private elevators. The interiors, crafted by the legendary Thierry Despont, are nothing short of exceptional.
One standout feature of each residence is the bespoke primary bath. These spa-like sanctuaries are designed to invite relaxation and rejuvenation, boasting a rich yet soft palette and museum-quality finishes. The baths are elegantly appointed in polished Noir St. Laurent marble, high-honed Verona limestone, and polished Persian golden travertine. Featuring two separate custom-carved vanities, polished nickel Dornbracht fixtures throughout, a cast iron Lefroy Brooks soaking tub, a freestanding steam shower, and a private water closet with a Villeroy & Boch commode and bidet, every detail has been carefully considered. The Italian-finished Verona limestone, in a warm neutral tone, distinguishes the floors and baseboards, vanity sinks, and tub surround, as well as the integral shower seat. The result is a space that is both luxurious and inviting, a true sanctuary within the bustling city.
One High Line
One High Line, a luxurious condominium project located in Manhattan’s West Chelsea neighborhood, was developed by Witkoff Group and Access Industries. The project covers an entire city block and boasts two stunning, twisting travertine towers designed by renowned Danish architect Bjarke Ingels. The East Tower of One High Line features 87 residences, with interiors designed by the Paris-based Gilles & Boissier.
The primary bathrooms in these residences are adorned with exquisite floor-to-ceiling marble, including Honed Arabescato Vagli marble flooring, African St Laurent marble walls, Honed Arabescato Vagli Oro countertops, and Statuario marble surrounding the Kaldewei standalone tubs. The powder rooms in the East Tower are equally luxurious, featuring Honed Crystal White stone flooring and countertops, as well as Honed Statuario marble walls.
Tribeca Green, an exceptional residential building designed by Robert A.M. Stern Architects, offers an unparalleled living experience, combining timeless exterior design with meticulously reimagined interiors. With 273 stylish residences, many of which boast floor-to-ceiling corner windows that provide stunning views of Teardrop Park and the Hudson River, Tribeca Green offers an array of tailored amenities and services that cater to residents need.
The primary bathroom is a luxurious space that features elegant statuary white honed marble floors with custom Grigio Nicola honed marble trim. Italkraft custom vanities, stained oak in color, provide a stunning complement to the 1930s-inspired building’s aesthetic. Statuary marble countertops with Cantrio under-mount bathtubs and Lefroy Brooks polished chrome fixtures and faucets add to the space’s graciousness. In the secondary bathroom, Oriental white countertops and Cantrio undermount sinks with Lefroy Brooks polished chrome fixtures and faucets reflect the 1930s design inspiration. White oak millwork custom vanities and Oriental white honed marble floors with custom Grigio Nicola honed marble trim complete the classic RAMSA design.
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