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10 Favorites: Marble Baths from the Remodelista Architect/Designer Directory

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10 Favorites: Marble Baths from the Remodelista Architect/Designer Directory

Meredith Swinehart March 01, 2013

Can anything top a marble bath? Simple and elegant, marble in the bath seems to obviate the need for any other adornment in the loo. Do you agree? Share your thoughts in the comments, below.

Here, ten marble baths from members of the Remodelista Architect/Designer Directory.

Above: A curvaceous marble sink surround in a NYC bath by Selldorf Architects.

Above: A dark-veined marble in a bathroom by NYC-based Steven Harris Architects. For another great bath, see Architect Visit: Steven Harris at 54 Bond Street in New York.

Above: We love the marble shower niche in this bathroom by Deborah Berke & Partners, based in New York City. For more from the firm, see Architect Visit: Deborah Berke in Litchfield County, Connecticut.

Above: London-based Openstudio Architects restored a historic terrace home with an emphasis on "elegance, privacy, and clean planning." We second the elegant part, especially that marble door. Hear from Openstudio architect Jennifer Beningfield in The Architect Is In: Loft Living in a London Victorian. Photos by Richard Bryant.

Above: A dramatic use of dark-veined marble means little else is needed in this bath by Front Studio Architects. For more from the firm, see RADD Visit: Front Studio in New York. Photos by Alexandra Neuber.

Above: NYC-based Wettling Architects used marble in this simple kids' bath in a Tribeca Loft. For more from Wettling, see 10 Elegant Stairs from the Remodelista Architect/Designer Directory.

Above: A perennial favorite from SF-based Malcolm Davis Architecture, this master bath opens onto a patio with views of the Presidio in San Francisco. For an equally enviable kitchen (also featuring marble), see Steal This Look: Malcolm Davis Kitchen in San Francisco. Photo by Joe Fletcher.

Above: A dramatic freestanding marble tub is the focal point of this West Village townhouse bath, owned by actress Julianne Moore and remodeled by Brooklyn-based Made LLC. For the rest of the house, see Architect Visit: Made LLC for Julianne Moore in New York. Photo by Thibault Jeanson.

Above: The owners of this Park Avenue duplex wanted a luxurious but kid-friendly home; NYC-based Wettling Architects obliged.

Above: We featured this striking minimal bath with custom marble sink by Messana O'Rorke in Calm and Composed in the West Village. Hear from architects Brian Messana and Toby O'Rorke via The Architect Is In: A NYC Firm Answers Your Questions. Photo by Eric Laignel.

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