64,476 Coastal Bathroom Design Ideas

Sullivan's Island Remodel
Sullivan's Island Remodel
St. Pierre ConstructionSt. Pierre Construction
Upstairs kids, bunk bathroom featuring terrazzo flooring, horizontal shiplap walls, custom inset vanity with white marble countertops, white oak floating shelves, and decorative lighting.
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Merrick Waterfront Remodel
Merrick Waterfront Remodel
Danielle Rose Design Co.Danielle Rose Design Co.
This project was a primary suite remodel that we began pre-pandemic. The primary bedroom was an addition to this waterfront home and we added character with bold board-and-batten statement wall, rich natural textures, and brushed metals. The primary bathroom received a custom white oak vanity that spanned over nine feet long, brass and matte black finishes, and an oversized steam shower in Zellige-inspired tile.
#Seaside  Beauty
#Seaside Beauty
Angie Keyes CKBDAngie Keyes CKBD
This Condo has been in the family since it was first built. And it was in desperate need of being renovated. The kitchen was isolated from the rest of the condo. The laundry space was an old pantry that was converted. We needed to open up the kitchen to living space to make the space feel larger. By changing the entrance to the first guest bedroom and turn in a den with a wonderful walk in owners closet. Then we removed the old owners closet, adding that space to the guest bath to allow us to make the shower bigger. In addition giving the vanity more space. The rest of the condo was updated. The master bath again was tight, but by removing walls and changing door swings we were able to make it functional and beautiful all that the same time.
Northgrove Residence
Northgrove Residence
Studio SteinbomerStudio Steinbomer
Interior view of the Northgrove Residence. Interior Design by Amity Worrell & Co. Construction by Smith Builders. Photography by Andrea Calo.
So-Cal Beach Cottage
So-Cal Beach Cottage
White Sands Coastal DevelopmentWhite Sands Coastal Development
In Southern California there are pockets of darling cottages built in the early 20th century that we like to call jewelry boxes. They are quaint, full of charm and usually a bit cramped. Our clients have a growing family and needed a modern, functional home. They opted for a renovation that directly addressed their concerns. When we first saw this 2,170 square-foot 3-bedroom beach cottage, the front door opened directly into a staircase and a dead-end hallway. The kitchen was cramped, the living room was claustrophobic and everything felt dark and dated. The big picture items included pitching the living room ceiling to create space and taking down a kitchen wall. We added a French oven and luxury range that the wife had always dreamed about, a custom vent hood, and custom-paneled appliances. We added a downstairs half-bath for guests (entirely designed around its whimsical wallpaper) and converted one of the existing bathrooms into a Jack-and-Jill, connecting the kids’ bedrooms, with double sinks and a closed-off toilet and shower for privacy. In the bathrooms, we added white marble floors and wainscoting. We created storage throughout the home with custom-cabinets, new closets and built-ins, such as bookcases, desks and shelving. White Sands Design/Build furnished the entire cottage mostly with commissioned pieces, including a custom dining table and upholstered chairs. We updated light fixtures and added brass hardware throughout, to create a vintage, bo-ho vibe. The best thing about this cottage is the charming backyard accessory dwelling unit (ADU), designed in the same style as the larger structure. In order to keep the ADU it was necessary to renovate less than 50% of the main home, which took some serious strategy, otherwise the non-conforming ADU would need to be torn out. We renovated the bathroom with white walls and pine flooring, transforming it into a get-away that will grow with the girls.
Tile details
Tile details
Delicious Kitchens & Interiors, LLCDelicious Kitchens & Interiors, LLC
Three different tile materials were chosen for the project, in the main part of the bathroom wood grain patterned tiles in a sandy bleached "wood" color blends with the carpeted bedroom. In the shower there are vertical field tiles on the walls with flat rocks for the floor and accent areas, all trimmed in bright white porcelain pencil tiles which match the sink and toilet. The threshold and trim pieces are quartz which match the bench and vanity counter top.
So-Cal Beach Cottage
So-Cal Beach Cottage
White Sands Coastal DevelopmentWhite Sands Coastal Development
In Southern California there are pockets of darling cottages built in the early 20th century that we like to call jewelry boxes. They are quaint, full of charm and usually a bit cramped. Our clients have a growing family and needed a modern, functional home. They opted for a renovation that directly addressed their concerns. When we first saw this 2,170 square-foot 3-bedroom beach cottage, the front door opened directly into a staircase and a dead-end hallway. The kitchen was cramped, the living room was claustrophobic and everything felt dark and dated. The big picture items included pitching the living room ceiling to create space and taking down a kitchen wall. We added a French oven and luxury range that the wife had always dreamed about, a custom vent hood, and custom-paneled appliances. We added a downstairs half-bath for guests (entirely designed around its whimsical wallpaper) and converted one of the existing bathrooms into a Jack-and-Jill, connecting the kids’ bedrooms, with double sinks and a closed-off toilet and shower for privacy. In the bathrooms, we added white marble floors and wainscoting. We created storage throughout the home with custom-cabinets, new closets and built-ins, such as bookcases, desks and shelving. White Sands Design/Build furnished the entire cottage mostly with commissioned pieces, including a custom dining table and upholstered chairs. We updated light fixtures and added brass hardware throughout, to create a vintage, bo-ho vibe. The best thing about this cottage is the charming backyard accessory dwelling unit (ADU), designed in the same style as the larger structure. In order to keep the ADU it was necessary to renovate less than 50% of the main home, which took some serious strategy, otherwise the non-conforming ADU would need to be torn out. We renovated the bathroom with white walls and pine flooring, transforming it into a get-away that will grow with the girls.

64,476 Coastal Bathroom Design Ideas

Coastal Style Masterbath with Ceiling Height Tiled Shower and Free Standing Tub
Coastal Style Masterbath with Ceiling Height Tiled Shower and Free Standing Tub
Cabinet-S-TopCabinet-S-Top
In this coastal master bath, the existing vanity cabinetry was repainted and the existing quartz countertop remained the same. The shower was tiled to the ceiling with 4x16 Catch Ice Glossy white subway tile. Also installed is a Corian shower threshold in Glacier White, 12x12 niche, coordinating Mosaic decorative tile in the 12x12 niche and shower floor. On the main floor is Emser Reminisce Wynd ceramic tile. A Caol floor mounted tub filler with hand shower in brushed nickel, Pulse SeaBreeze II multifunction shower head/hand shower in brushed nickel and a Signature Hardware Boyce 56” Acrylic Freestanding tub.
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