ROOM TOUR: BUILT- IN BEAUTY

The se­cret to this spa-like master bath is a stor­age plan that keeps clut­ter out of sight, let­ting clas­sic char­ac­ter shine.

Secrets of Getting Organized - - Contents - WRITER ANDRIA HAYDAY FIELD ED­I­TOR KARIN LIDBECK- BRENT PHO­TOG­RA­PHER JOHN BESSLER

Cus­tom so­lu­tions keep every­thing within reach in this so­phis­ti­cated bath­room.

BE­NEATH THE CALM EX­TE­RIOR OF THIS

MAR­BLE- LINED MASTER BATH lies a hard­work­ing stor­age plan that fol­lows three golden rules. Rule One: Stow groom­ing es­sen­tials at your fin­ger­tips but out of sight, as the dou­ble van­ity with its cen­tral draw­ers and re­cessed medicine cab­i­nets il­lus­trates. Rule Two: Tai­lor stor­age to fit the con­tents, us­ing ad­justable-height shelves and di­viders within cab­i­nets. Rule Three: Seize un­claimed space with clever built-ins below the shower bench and above one end of the tub. The re­sult is a room that works hard but feels serene—ideal for en­er­giz­ing morn­ings or quiet mo­ments of re­lax­ation.

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1 STYLISH FRONT A new dou­ble van­ity of­fers abun­dant stor­age and a tra­di­tional fur­ni­ture- style look.

2 GROOM­ING ZONERe­cessed medicine cab­i­nets fea­ture ad­justable 6- inch- deep shelves ( just right for small items). A mir­ror back helps bring light in­side the cab­i­net.

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