Bathroom > Seaside Spa
Using larger tiles on the walls and floors makes the room look more spacious. By moving the toilet we created space for a wider, deeper soaking tub. We removed a wall and changed the entrance to this master bathroom. The small vanity nook for makeup did not offer enough space. Taking out the extra wall and moving the door to the outside wall enlarged the space and increased the functionality of this master bathroom. A new floating vanity with under-cabinet lighting creates a more open feel. A contemporary chrome and glass light fixture adds finish to the new look. The vessel porcelain sink with a glass counter top looks sleek. The single-lever chrome faucet gives a spa-like quality. We formed a custom frame for a mirror by echoing the backsplash tile and deco tile from the shower. This built-in niche stores shampoo and body wash. Inspired by St. Martin, the owner wanted a seaside spa-like feel in the bathroom and a way to display treasures from island travels.