We've been admiring the clean and simple look of this industrial-accented bathroom, part of the downtown New York City apartment of Martha Stewart Living Creative Director Eric Pike and Selldorf Architect interior designer Stephan Steil.
Pike and Steil used a soft gray palette through the apartment, with accents of chrome and stainless steel. In the bathroom, Pike chose a glass shower without a door to help open up the small space and added a large skylight to bring in natural light. Get the look with our sources below, and see more of their home via An Afternoon With…
Above: The Acquatinta Silver Suspension Lamp is $940 from Horne.
Above: The Metrix Ceramic 3-by-5-Inch Tiles are available in two different neutral colors, glossy or matte finish; $11/square foot from Waterworks.
Above: The Rectangular Wall-Mounted Tilting Mirror is available in a chrome, matte nickel or nickel finish for $1,397 from Waterworks.
Above: The angular Duravit 1930 Series Two-Piece Toilet is available for $506.25 through eFaucets.
Above: Matteo Home's Riviera Turkish Bath Towel is available in six different colors; $75 each from Matteo Home.
Above: Made in India, a whole line of rustic style, wire bins like this Wire Waste Paper Bin, that can be used to store rolled-up towels for $45 from Brookfarm General Store.
Above: The Tara Wall-Mounted Shower Riser with Rainhead is available directly through Dornbracht and authorized dealers.
N.B.: In the middle of a bathroom remodel? See 910 images of Baths in our Gallery of rooms and spaces.