This standard three-piece bathroom received some TLC. New paint to coordinate with the patterned shower curtain, a Robern medicine cabinet for storage, vanity light and decorative glass shelf and accessories.
A contemporary black and white three-piece bathroom designed with inclusivity in mind. Textured porcelain tile, on the floors and walls with a decorative pebbled band running through the shower enclosure.
A towel bar that also acts as grab bar positioned conveniently at the entrance of the shower.
Heights and locations are important in creating an inclusive environment. Completing a drawing set to instruct contractors where items are to be positioned is critical. Items like shower hand-helds and bathroom accessories baskets need to be at heights that eliminate bending and stretching to reduce the risk of falls.
Speckled porcelain tile with a pebbled band for aesthetic interest.
To accommodate bathroom storage needs a full length built-in medicine cabinet with a mirror hinged door is installed.
An open black steel vanity console completes the minimal contemporary look of the bathroom.
A sleek, modern look for this single lever faucet.
Decorative glass shelving installed above the towel bar for decorative accessories.
Contrasting pebble stone run along the shower walls and on the floor. All the luxury spa features of a soaking tub, and steam shower experience. Double deep sink concrete vanity with recessed mirrored cabinet with storage behind.
Round penny tiles extend floor to ceiling and meet up against the dark wood finishes. A single vanity is extended with a wood top for an additional functional surface which creates a convenient home for the hamper.
Round penny tiles run from the drop in tub to the ceiling. Modern cross handle fixtures in brushed nickel to compliment the cool blue green color scheme.
Floor to ceiling laid carrera marble tile complimenting the powder blue color scheme. Dark contrasting wall mounted vanity with porcelain farmhouse style vessel.
Polished chrome bathroom fixtures.