Bathroom Renovation In Chula Vista CA 91914
A barn sliding glass door prepares the eye for a contemporary bathroom design – and doesn’t disappoint. The bathroom is separated into two sections. We first meet the long bathroom vanity, which hosts two sinks, two frameless mirrors, two faucets – and shares one towel handle mounted on the wall between the mirrors. The Carrara marble bathroom countertop climbs the wall to protect from water, while the undermount sinks go easy on the eye and let the extraordinary black faucets make a statement.
The white on the bathroom walls and counter is perfectly paired with the grey cabinets. The black cabinet handles match the black faucet style as well as that of the floor-mounted tub filler, found in the next section of the bathroom. Let’s get in there.
There’s a big glass door – fixed to act as a partition between the front part, where the bathroom sinks and toilet are placed, and the rear part where a standalone bathtub shares the room with the shower. What unites the two sections is the wooden-like floor tiles – although the rear part is slightly elevated. The glass partition lets the eye travel, pinpointing the magnitude of the large space and the bathroom fixtures.
The freestanding tub is the dominating element while the shower has no base or pan. The room serves as a walk-in shower with the difference that here there’s also a tub. The geometric pattern of the wall tiles gives the tone, without minimizing the contemporary looks since they are matched with white wall tiles too – with black grout.