Nobody loves a 90s builder grade bathroom, the goal was to leverage the space and upgrade the materials. We were able to expand the shower by 8" and customize the shower fixtures. One of them often travels and wanted the decandence of a rain showers at home, so we also high-mounted a wand for versaility. We swapped the single basin for a trough sink and added double wall faucets so they can be in the room together. We updated the existing vanity by removing the kickplate and adding legs to move it up 3". Custom cabinetry was made to match it for behind the door, and now they can both be in there with space to move.

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We wanted to design with classic finishes that felt right for the house, but leaned modern. This isn't their forever home, so we used wallpaper and color to embrace the homeowner's bold style. We brought in decor elements to personalize the space and embrace their Californian and Mexican roots.

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CUSTOM SOLUTION

This bathroom has a notched 45˚ wall that made storage impossible. We had a custom cabinet built to perfectly match the vanity and fit into the odd shape. Having the flat front makes the bathroom feel larger, too.

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Selecting finishes and materials that have stood the test of time from the decade your home was built make the room feel authentic to the house.

Better plumbing solutiona and layout have improved function for their every day use.

FSP :
SPACE DESIGN
MATERIAL CONSULT
FIXTURE CONSULT
DECOR

PARTNERS :
General Contractor: Homeowner

Photos: Stacks Photo

PROJECT NOTES :
This is a great example of the impact of a low scope project. The homeowner leveraged us to help with the layout, consult on finishes and provide schematics for the trades they managed.

Having us involved helped them prioritize choices and get more out of their budget.

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