Bathroom Remodel: Transitional Coastal
The Project & Challenges
We completed this beautiful guest bathroom remodel in March. The family of four wanted the bathroom to be welcoming to guests, while still functional for the children. The challenge with this bath is that the family didn’t want to change out the flooring tile or the tile surround in the tub/shower combo because both were in great condition. However, the tub itself was not in great shape and needed to be addressed. We had to work within the color palette of the existing tiles and make the backsplash and vanity not look like separate spaces, while still giving the space a contemporary and updated feel.
We created harmony by pulling out the gray and blue tones in the floor tiles and using those colors in the paint, mixed mosaic tiles, and cabinets. The white 4×4 tiles in the backsplash echo the white 4×4 tiles in the tub surround. The vertical application of the mosaic tiles give the vanity area some height by moving the eye up the wall. The mosaics almost have the look of a waterfall.
We added contemporary touches with the lighting, hardware, and plumbing fixture selections. Although shaker cabinets are a traditional choice, they have clean lines that work with with the contemporary accents. The light, muted, coastal blue color ties everything together and creates a soft spa-like feel. The vintage surf prints, framed in a gray driftwood add a final coastal touch.
To address the issues with the tub, we simply re-glazed the tub, giving it a fresh, bright new finish. The tile flooring and grout were cleaned, breathing new life into the old floors. We also added crown molding to coordinate with the rest of the home and give the space a crisp finished look.
If you’re ready to remodel your bathroom and love the look of this space, you can schedule your complimentary Design Style Consultation here! Or if you love a coastal look, but aren’t sure which coastal style suits you best, try our Coastal Style Quiz.