Oceanfront Bath With a View

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Project Description

Sellers Residence
Oceanfront Bath With a View
2017 | Mission Bay, CA

Master Bathroom

  • Shower built for two with his and her sides, hers with a seat and larger shampoo shortage, his with a step and smaller storage
  • Kept existing cabinets, raised them and added a linen cabinet to match.
  • Removed tub to create larger shower for two
  • Added pocket door with full length mirror to closet
  • Added Solar tube for more natural lighting

Master Suite Details

Fixtures

  • Cabinets: Painted and glazed with conversion varnish finish
  • Cabinet Interior: White Melamine
  • Cabinet Door Style: Decore-ative Specialties Brighton #560
  • Countertops: Fantasy Brown Granite w 1.5” Bullnose
  • Backsplash: Tiger Eye Bali TE22 Mosaic Tile
  • Room Lighting: Recessed LED
  • Medicine Cabinet: Robern PLM-1630
  • Fireplace: Regency Horizon HZ30E Gas Fireplace

Materials

  • Shower Wall: Daltile Veranda Pearl Porcelain Tile
  • Shower Wall Accent:
    • Tiger Eye Bali TE22 Mosaic
    • TileUrban Metals Bronze Deco Accent Trim
  • Shower Floor: Daltile Exquisite Brick Joint Mosaic Glazed Porcelain Tile (Ivory EQ10)
  • Flooring: Daltile Silver Springs 12”x24” Porcelain Tile

Project Credits

Designer: Danilo Nesovic
Contractor: Danilo Nesovic
Interior Decoration: Corine Sellers, Homeowner
Cabinet Manufacturer: Danilo Nesovic

Project Overview

This project was a makeover for this clients vacation condo on the oceanfront beach in Mission Bay. The existing bathroom just did not fit the clients needs functionally.

The bath had a small shower and tub which the client never used. They wanted a larger shower for two, and more storage. We reshaped the room by moving the shower to the old tub location, and putting a linen cabinet where the old shower was.

The much larger shower was made for two with specific features for each person. A seat and larger shampoo box on her side, and a step and smaller box on his. The shower now also took advantage of the spectacular view to the beach.

A full length mirror was added by changing the existing pocket door to one with a mirror on both sides. Also added a solar tube for more natural lighting.

The bath had an existing glass wall between the bath and the master bedroom creating incredible views from the bath out to the beach through the large window walls of the master bedroom.