Bathroom beach-style-bathroom
Save21KAsk a Question17Print

Bathroom

URL
http://www.taraseawright.com
Example of a mid-sized coastal kids' white tile and subway tile porcelain floor bathroom design in New York with a console sink, raised-panel cabinets, white cabinets, a two-piece toilet, white walls and solid surface countertops — Houzz

This photo has 17 questions

smzapalac wrote:
Could you share the make and model of this sink? Do you happen to know the dimensions? Thanks!
1 Like    6 Comments
Thank you for reporting this comment. Undo
PRO
GoodRock Realty
it was installed in 1992 and was expensive back then... around 1/2 the price it is today, but no vanity was necessary and 20 years later it still looks great.
2 Likes Save    
Thank you for reporting this comment. Undo
writegal
Pottery Barn sells a double one like this for about $1000.
2 Likes Save    
susan cimino breines wrote:
Love all beadboard. Do you think it will be hard to clean? Stuck between all beadbd or all tile.
    3 Comments
Thank you for reporting this comment. Undo
scerrir
I am really wanting to do beadboarding from floor to ceiling, but I want wider-plank beadboard - is this hard to find?? Would that look not go with a small bathroom? It is slightly narrow at about 6' but it is long.
Save    
Thank you for reporting this comment. Undo
Valerie
Any tips on the best "white" to paint beadboard? I am remodeling this weekend!
Save    
alysonrome wrote:
Love the magazine rack/toilet paper holder, where can I purchase one?
    2 Comments
Thank you for reporting this comment. Undo
Joanna Dennis
They have similar ones at pottery barn
1 Like Save    
Thank you for reporting this comment. Undo
mom929 wrote:
Is that cabinet above the toilet custom? If not, can you tell me where you got it?
1 Like    2 Comments
Thank you for reporting this comment. Undo
PRO
GoodRock Realty
it is not a purchased cabinet, but rather a custom installation to create a recessed medicine cabinet area
Save    
Thank you for reporting this comment. Undo
sahar01

Would love to do this. Any instructions available somewhere?

Dimensions?

Save    
glendacross wrote:
Where are the lights from
    1 Comment
Thank you for reporting this comment. Undo
westsidekelly

Looks similar to one I found at Schoolhouse Electric if you are still interested.

Save    
gwaslo wrote:
how do you get the windows to work in a bathtub/shower - I don't have room for a separate shower and tub. I want both. I really want to have beautiful windows by the tub but how do you keep the water off of them while you shower?
    1 Comment
Thank you for reporting this comment. Undo
shellabella
I have the exact layout and same issue as the Houzer has above. I would like to know how you worked with the windows and a shower. I really like this idea. I need to know before my final plans are finished. Please help!
Save    
cindy9 wrote:
Could you tell me where you found the shower curtain?
1 Like    1 Comment
Thank you for reporting this comment. Undo
motherbear
I believe that is from Garnet Hill.
2 Likes Save    
holly master wrote:
where is the recessed storage cabinet above the toilet from - I am looking for a recessed cabinet to put about the toilet in my master bathroom. any suggestions on where to look?
    Comment
mrsbronwyngreen wrote:
What a cute whale - Does it have a function or is it just decorative? Where did it come from?
    Comment
avacheryl wrote:
Love the curtain where is it from
2 Likes    Comment
sherrycalh wrote:
do you worry about the bead board getting wet so close to the tub?
    Comment
Sendy Gomez wrote:
Paint gray on top dinning table
    Comment
jbvm wrote:
How do you handle the indentations of beadboard when mounting a sink? - I have a small wall mount corner sink and would like to use it against a beadboard covered wall. I am worried about the spaces between the sink and the beadboard at the locations where the beadboard has grooves. Would you use caulk? Thinking that will look odd against wood.
    Comment
Lea Nixon wrote:
my bathroom is small, so by painting everything white does this make the room look bigger?hard to keep clean - my bathroom is so dated, I have a shower with a glass divide to the bathtub. Then on the other side is the toilet & basin, I only have a little cabinet for toothbrush etc. If you can tell me how to make it look better, I'll tell all my friends about Houzz, my walls are pale green teal, ceiling white, tiles around my bath are barossa vale. thanks a lot
    Comment
Suzanne Myers wrote:
What tub model is this?
    Comment
Mary Jo Reminga wrote:
what make and brand is this sink? - Where can I get it?
    Comment
galfred wrote:
is that like marlite
    Comment

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Becky Harris added this to Houzz Tours: A Colorful Cottage in The Hamptons
Tara approaches interiors with the eye of an artist: "I look at everything as I'd look at a piece of art. Every piece of furniture, a piece of fabric, a rug excites me on a different level. I search for the unusual, the unique hand of the artist in each piece." The bathroom was designed so that the background is a blank canvas, and items like the shower curtain, rugs, and accessories can be switched out to instantly change up the look.
Becky Harris added this to How to Ease Your Way into Bold Color
Get your feet wet with a shower curtain. This designer was working with clients who were afraid of bright color but who wanted to try it out. Thus, she kept all of the bones of the house white and added color through furnishings and accessories. See more of this house.
Erika Ward - Erika Ward Interiors added this to Freshen Your Space for Spring
A gleaming white bath is a great canvas for a shower curtain featuring printed cheerful zinnias. Colorful accessories like this are a great way to ease into your daily routine even if you aren't a morning person.
Erika Ward - Erika Ward Interiors added this to Happy Prep for Today
If traditional prep doesn't appeal to you, try this version of happy prep. A bright, whimsical shower curtain and pristine white walls and fixtures is all you need to pull together a clean look that's both fresh and fun.
Becky Harris added this to Bold Color: Yes You Can!
A shower curtain is one of the easiest ways to change up the look in a bathroom; this one brings in pops of reds, oranges, yellows and blues.
Lisa Frederick added this to Kids' Bathrooms, Grown-Up Style
Pretty and fresh, this cottage-style bath feels just as right for a young woman as for a little girl. One simple, youthful touch — the floral shower curtain — completely changes the feel of the space. Although it wouldn't be out of place in an adult's bathroom, it could easily be exchanged for a more restrained pattern or tailored style.
Danyelle Mathews added this to The Family Home: Kid-Friendly Bathrooms
7. Add more storage. Storage in a bathroom is important. Storage in a bathroom that children use is critical. They have hooded towels, special soaps, toothbrushes that spin and bath toys. Good golly, the bath toys alone need their own cabinet! The cute cupboard over the toilet in this image is the perfect example of using every bit of space possible for storage.
Susan Stieglitz added this to Beadboard
Beadboard can be used vertically, all the way up the wall.
Samantha Schoech added this to 13 All-White Bathrooms With Clean and Classic Style
As soon as you add beadboard to a white bathroom, you are going to get a touch of the marine. That, along with the tooled legs of the vanity and the recessed cabinets, gives this contemporary bathroom a classic look.Brighten up your bathroom with a colorful shower curtain
Mitchell Parker added this to How to Childproof Your Bathroom
Cover the bath spout. Radel notes that the third most common cause of stitches in babies is sharp bathtub spouts (after coffee tables and raised fireplace hearths). Use a soft cover to protect little ones from the heat and sharp edges of the plumbing hardware. (The blue whale seen here on the counter is a soft cover for a bath spout.) Many playful options exist; Radel prefers ones made from Insulite foam.
Julie Sheer added this to How to Get Rid of Household Mold
How to Get Rid of Mold YourselfHere are some options for simple surface mold removal from Indoor Science Consultants and Technicians, a mold testing organization with locations across the U.S.Bleach: Mix 1 cup bleach with enough water to make 1 gallon. Put the solution in a spray bottle, or spread it with a sponge or cloth. There’s no need to rinse. Borax: Mix 1 cup borax with enough water to make 1 gallon. Borax is less harsh-smelling and corrosive than bleach. Apply the solution to the surface and scrub with a brush; don’t rinse. Wipe the surface dry.Vinegar: Use full-strength vinegar in a spray bottle. Spray the affected area and wipe off.Ammonia: This is suitable for killing mold on smooth, nonporous surfaces. Never use it with bleach. Treat the area with a solution of equal parts ammonia and water, leave on for 10 minutes, and rinse with water.Hydrogen peroxide: Spray full-strength hydrogen peroxide on the moldy surface and let it sit for 10 minutes to loosen the mold. Wipe the surface and don’t rinse.Baking soda: Mix ½ teaspoon baking soda in 1 gallon water and scrub the moldy surface, then rinse with water. This is particularly useful for killing mold on upholstery.Tea tree oil: Use 1 teaspoon tea tree oil per cup of water and spray on the surface. Leave it on for a few minutes and then wipe off.Note: When cleaning up mold, the EPA advises wearing rubber gloves, goggles and possibly an N-95 respirator to avoid breathing in mold. The agency also cautions against using bleach or biocides (mold-killing chemicals) because they can cause severe reactions in some people.
Urban Casa added this to 10 Budget Ideas for Making Your Grown-Up Bathroom Kid-Friendly
Tip: The inverse of the previous guideline is if you have an all-white bathroom. If you do, then an inexpensive way to add that pop of color and child-friendly vibe is to only add a colorful shower curtain and make that the focal point of the room. Here, you can see how an all-white bathroom gets a touch of whimsy thanks to the floral shower curtain, giving it a fun and happy atmosphere for parents and kids alike.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

tthomasnw added this to downstairs tub/bath
wood panel ceiling again. i like this detail. overall i think a white bathroom with pops of color is great. using the curtain for that makes its easy to change over time
Dianna Allen added this to How to get rid of Mold
How to Get Rid of Mold Yourself Here are some options for simple surface mold removal from Indoor Science Consultants and Technicians, a mold testing organization with locations across the U.S. ◦Bleach: Mix 1 cup bleach with enough water to make 1 gallon. Put the solution in a spray bottle, or spread it with a sponge or cloth. There’s no need to rinse. ◦Borax: Mix 1 cup borax with enough water to make 1 gallon. Borax is less harsh-smelling and corrosive than bleach. Apply the solution to the surface and scrub with a brush; don’t rinse. Wipe the surface dry. ◦Vinegar: Use full-strength vinegar in a spray bottle. Spray the affected area and wipe off. ◦Ammonia: This is suitable for killing mold on smooth, nonporous surfaces. Never use it with bleach. Treat the area with a solution of equal parts ammonia and water, leave on for 10 minutes, and rinse with water. ◦Hydrogen peroxide: Spray full-strength hydrogen peroxide on the moldy surface and let it sit for 10 minutes to loosen the mold. Wipe the surface and don’t rinse. ◦Baking soda: Mix ½ teaspoon baking soda in 1 gallon water and scrub the moldy surface, then rinse with water. This is particularly useful for killing mold on upholstery. ◦Tea tree oil: Use 1 teaspoon tea tree oil per cup of water and spray on the surface. Leave it on for a few minutes and then wipe off. Note: When cleaning up mold, the EPA advises wearing rubber gloves, goggles and possibly an N-95 respirator to avoid breathing in mold. The agency also cautions against using bleach or biocides (mold-killing chemicals) because they can cause severe reactions in some people.

Browse over 17 million home design photos on Houzz