Main Bath + Master Bath
To maximize the surface area of countertop, we created a custom floating oak vanity that ran the length of the wall. It tapers from a 7″ shelf at both ends and gently curves out to 15″ to accommodate the sink in the middle.
Our design goal was to make the space feel more bright and spacious while maintaining texture and warmth. By extending the mirror along the full vanity wall, we could capture more natural light and make the room appear larger. This also allowed us to conceal storage into the mirror wall in places where there wasn’t plumbing running through it.
EVERY INCH COUNTS: Here, a wall-mount faucet isn’t just for ease of cleaning. It allowed us to snug the sink up to the wall and saved four inches of depth. Since the homeowner didn’t want a tiny sink, we could now use a standard size vessel basin that would see lots of daily use.
SAVE AND SPLURGE: The texture of natural travertine mosaic tile is complimented in the shower with inexpensive ceramic tile with a seagrass print. The cost of the custom medicine cabinet and wood vanity is offset with a simple modern vinyl floor.