Off to the Beach

This contemporary bathroom's driftwood-hued floor tile, blue and gray glass backsplash and sea-foam walls evoke a feeling of a tranquil day at the beach.

Off to the Beach

Designed for a family of three, this clean, linear space feels natural and comfortable. The designer utilized space from an adjacent bedroom closet to provide ample depth for a walk-in shower.

Off to the Beach

The new design included relocating the sink to the opposite wall, allowing ample counter space and storage for three users.

Off to the Beach

The flooring is a tile made to mimic the look of wood and is both attractive and easy to maintain.

Off to the Beach

The large expanse of framed mirror helps to visually expand the space and provide added ambient light.

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