Condo on the Beach Makeover: Relocated Bathroom

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Project Description

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Rodriguez Residence
Condo on the Beach Makeover:
Relocated Bathroom
2016 | Pacific Beach

Details

  • Relocated next to old sauna and converted into a new full bath
  • Installed New Unique Shaped Tub That Made This Bathroom Work
  • Floor-to-ceiling Tile in Entire Room
  • Many of my Functional Bath Concept recommendations are captured in this bath
Fixtures
  • Cabinets: Traditional Thermofoil Raised Panel Doors and Parts in Snow White with Charcoal Glaze
  • Cabinet Interior: White Thermofoil
  • Countertops: Granite Slab – Fusion Satin Finish from Arizona Tile
  • Sink: Kohler K-2355-0 White Archer
  • Faucet: Hansgrohe 31073831 Metris widespread polished nickel
  • Bathtub: White Neptune Wind Left-Hand Version
    • This Unique Tub Shape Made This Bathroom Work — No Other Tub Would Have Fit in and Allowed Adequate Walkway
    • Also Used Was the Neptune Curved Shower Curtain Rod that Matches the Contour of this Tub.
  • Tub/Shower Faucet: Hansgrohe Brand, Temperature Balance Control Valve and Diverter at Shower Entrance, Adjustable Hand-Held Wand on Bar, and rain head out of ceiling
  • Toilet: Kohler K-3810-0 white Santa Rosa 1.28 gal flush
  • Room Lighting: Recessed LED ceiling cans, over sinks, toilet and shower
  • Heating: NuTone Toe Kick Heater on 1 hour timer switch, mounting in cabinet toe kicks which are 6″ from cabinet front due to cabinet feet
  • Ventilator: Panasonic FV-11VQ5 110 cfm fan on 1 hour timer switch
Materials
  • Floor to Ceiling Wall Treatments: 3″ x 6″ White Carrara Honed Marble tiles supplied by Tusca Natural Stone
  • Tile Inside Shampoo Shelves in Tub Wall: ½” x ½” SL-Lunar Melange glass mosaic tile from Arizona Tile
  • Flooring: 6 ½” x 40″ plank “wood look” porcelain tile – Club Grey from Arizona Tile

Project Overview

The middle bath with the Wind tub by Neptune is a very unusually shaped tub. The shape of that tub, in my opinion, is the only thing that made the space viable for this room to house a full bath with tub, which was imperative because of very young grandkids. You will see this same tub in other projects in similar unusually shaped rooms. It is my go-to tub for rooms like this. The client chose floor-to-ceiling subway style 3 x 6 carrara marble tiles for the entire room, creating a very clean and simple look that’s very different than the master or the other downstairs bath. Please note the pull-out step in front of the sink to make it more easily accessible by young children. This bath is the only one in the residence missing the storage recommendations of my functional bath concepts.

Other Rooms in This Project

Upper Floor & Powder Room

Master Suite:
Bedroom & Bathroom

Lower Floor

Downstairs Bedrooms

Sauna Replacement Bathroom