Updated: May 3
This mid-century beach house located in La Jolla was modernized with minimalist lines and maximalist color pops. Clean, bright and vibrant, this bathroom is modern in its inspiration, but filled to the rim with color and energy, that takes it way out of it's modern box.
BEFORE + AFTER: INSPIRED BY MOROCCO
Drawing inspiration from Morocco, I selected sea green Moroccan fish scale tiles. They are a visual feast as you enter the space. Moroccan Fish Scales date back to the 8th century and are a staple of contemporary Moorish and Mediterranean style. Personally, I love their unique shape and think it's perfect for a beach house.
BEFORE + AFTER: A BLEND OF TEXTURES AND COLORS
I love to weave not only color but texture into a space to create visual interest. You can accomplish this by selecting a variety of surfaces that blend together in an interesting way.
My client had white quartz tile leftover from a previous home that I used as the jumping off point to design this space from the floor up. I blended the Moroccan fish scale tiles, white tumbled mosaic stones, sea glass mosaics, quartz, wood tones and topped it off with malachite hardware.
TIME TO CREATE + PLAN:
The planning phase for a new kitchen or bathroom takes time. Unlike a decoration project, the selections for a kitchen or bathroom are monumental, not to mention an investment of not only money but time and energy. I'm here to help you navigate the process from concept to completion. I don't believe in rushing through the process anyway but this quarantine is creating the perfect opportunity to thoughtfully start the conceptual and planning process of a project. I'm continuing to work with clients remotely. Take action and book a consultation call.