As part of a renovation project, Seattle-based SHED Architecture & Design transformed a dated bathroom and brought it up to today’s standards.
The original bathroom featured blue and peach tiles, a cream-colored vanity with a matching sink and tile countertop, and a bulkhead that made the room feel smaller.
The new bathroom has the bulkhead removed, creating an even ceiling height throughout, clean white walls, and updated design elements.
A custom mirror-front medicine cabinet was designed for the bathroom, while a new Fir-framed window replaced the old window.
The dated cream colored vanity with matching tile countertop was replaced by a floating wood vanity with porcelain undermount sink and a 3/4″ Caesarstone countertop.
The dated blue floor tiles were removed and new dark grey hexagonal tiles were installed.