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Condo on the Beach: Sauna Replacement Bathroom

2017-05-30T20:48:11+00:00

Rodriguez Residence
2016 | Pacific Beach

The other downstairs bath is a regular rectangular shaped bath like the master bathroom, so its layout is similar: one long wall with cabinets, a very large 48″ wide trough vessel sink, the other wall with walk in shower and toilet. With the exception of the full length tiled-in mirror in the master bath, this bathroom has all the same elements only in a smaller footprint with different material choices save for the cabinetry, which preserves both the style and material choices made upstairs.

Condo on the Beach Makeover: Relocated Bathroom

2017-05-30T20:47:44+00:00

Rodriguez Residence
2016 | Pacific Beach

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.

Condo on the Beach Makeover: Master Bath

2017-02-03T22:55:15+00:00

Rodriguez Residence
2016 | Pacific Beach

The new master bathroom was completely reconfigured. The toilet was moved to the wall opposite its original placement to allow for larger sink storage cabinetry that now runs from wall to wall and a change from a single sink vanity to a double sink configuration. A large deck mount tub shower combination was removed and replaced with a new walk-in shower with no doors. This bathroom incorporates all my functional bath concepts: convenient storage, higher counter tops, functional and beautiful shower with no door, effective venting and heating, and good lighting.