Have to share new master bath!

Cheryl Kees Clendenon Appliances 5 Comments

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Have been a bit out of pocket. Business has been good lately ( thank you oh Gods of designers!) and have also been playing a bit more tennis….after the urging of several friends who keep blathering on about this balance thing???? Like, writing on your blog at 1am is not balanced??? Or, waking up to sketch an island idea for an out of town client is not balanced?? Poooshaw. So, anyway, tennis is good…thanks for asking but does take up two mornings a week. And, let’s face it…doing a little networking on the courts too…many of my opponents and teammates are former clients or could be future ones!

Just photographed an awesome house. Am going to put just a few of the pix on the blog. Just master bathroom this time around. Lovely clients, awesome job. Sorry it is over!

Great Neptune tub, Saphyr against a wall of pebbles

Great Neptune tub, Saphyr against a wall of pebbles

Shower opens onto teak deck where tub sits

Shower opens onto teak deck where tub sits

Rifted walnut custom cabinetry. Open 2x2 grid shelf underneath. Ceasarstone countertops and splash

Rifted walnut custom cabinetry. Open 2×2 grid shelf underneath. Ceasarstone countertops and splash

Large custom mirrors

Large custom mirrors

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  1. Hi, I found your blog while looking for information about Neptune’s Saphyr tub. I wondered if you could tell me how you concealed the air blower? From what I understand, the whirlpool pump itself is hidden under the skirt of the tub. Thank you very much for any insight you can share. Your design is beautiful.

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      Thank you! Somehow missed this comment. Most of the air jetted tubs have blowers that can be remotely mounted up to 15 feet away. I cannot recall specifics on Neptune but know this is true for BAin Ultra. It really depends on location but remember nothing but air is going through those holes …no water…so is much easier!

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