Beach Bath

Hall Bath 1993

The “before” photo of the beach bath I just finished designing for my client. Makes you just want to cringe… This bath’s layout was terrible. No elbow room anywhere and what you can’t see to the left was a tiny blue shower–remember the 70’s colors–like that! A closet blocks the person at the right hand sink. So excited to be able to share photos below of the finished design of this beach bath.


What a difference!


I moved the vanity to the wall on the right, tore out the closet and replaced it with a built in cabinet style closet. I added a large mirror and side sconces above the Corian counter top. Now there is space for people to move without sacrificing storage. And now for the shower…


Crisp, clean, big… Amazing what creating a custom corner shower did for the space! The white subway tiles with a line of wave accent tile and the great border tile define it.  The all glass shower walls and door just open it up even more. Family friendly is my passion so the practical hand shower on a vertical bar is perfect for kids–slide it down for their height.


Ever notice how design magazines don’t show toilets in the bathrooms? This just looks so pretty with the silver mirror and the blue bead board walls, I couldn’t resist. Note how there are lots of towel racks for guests.


No detail was missed–check out the beautiful drain in the shower. It perfectly complements the gorgeous round tile floor.

Can’t you just imagine how your guests will ooh and aah over a beautiful and functional bathroom like this…


6 Responses to “Beach Bath”

  1. Jill McKean Says:

    It’s beautiful. I like the subtle use of color, classy materials and functional space. Nice job!

  2. Amanda Reid Says:

    Love the color palette, soothing and spa-like. Well done!

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