San Francisco Hillside Bathroom

See how a San Francisco hillside bathroom radiates natural light and shines like a jewel in the morning sun.

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Hide CaptionShow CaptionThe floors and walls are covered in glass-pebbled stone and the floating vanity is made of eucalyptus.
The glass-pebbled stone covers the floors and walls and serves as the backsplash around the vanity. When the sunlight hits the stone in a certain way, its depth and intensity become very apparent.

To counterbalance the tile and stone, Logue opted for a softer, richer palette for the floating vanity. The cabinet is made from eucalyptus, a material not normally associated with bathroom cabinetry. Although the vanity has a minimalist design, it holds maximum storage underneath. Extra storage is also concealed behind the mirrors.

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