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Bath: Marble Roundup

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Bath: Marble Roundup

Julie Carlson September 24, 2009

Even a touch of marble in a bath adds a note of glamor, as in the rooms below.

Above: A bath in New York by Deborah Berke & Partners with a marble surround and storage niche base.

Above: A marble bath by Daskal & Laperre.

Above: A bath by Tsao & McKown Architects, photographed by Mihn + Wass.

Above: A marble bath in London by Woollacott Gilmartin.

Above: A bath in NY by Steven Harris Architects.

Above: Francesca's bath in Brooklyn Heights by Steven Harris Architects has a marble tile floor.

Above: A marble bath by Deborah Berke & Partners.

Above: NY hotelier and club owner Sean McPherson's bathroom walls are clad in marble; via NY Times.

Above: A curvy marble sink by Annabelle Selldorf Architects.

Above: A marble bath by Vincent Van Duysen.

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