The client contacted Julia Goodwin from Julia Goodwin Design to update their split bathroom in the NoPa district of San Francisco. While the split bathroom couldn't be made into one, their needs of storage, updated plumbing and accessories were met and resulted in a calming and innovative space.
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The bathroom received a complete gut and transformed into a custom and calming space for the family to enjoy.
Marble 12 x 24 tiles met with Fireclay Tiles' wave pattern in color Nautical.
With a little one on the way, a handheld is a necessity to making bath time easier.
Custom sized niches are perfect for his and her items.
A custom swing panel glass door provides access to the shower valves without stepping into the shower or damaging the floating vanity which resides next to the tub.
A large drawer front exposes two interior drawers divided for organizational needs.
The push front and soft close vanity drawer allows for a clean design with a hardware free design.
The intergrated sink vanity top makes for easy cleaning and a minimal look.
A clean vanity mirror from the exterior but on the interior, outlets keep electric items off of the countertop and tucked away.
Two sconces featuring LED Edison bulbs add a retro touch and keep the space visually interesting.
The depth of the Fireclay Tile in Nautical adds a richness to the bathroom.
A custom glass panel provides additional towel space with a builtin towel bar.
The addition of a basket brings warmth, texture, and additional storage to a small bathroom,