Amy Alper, AIAModern Bathroom, San Francisco
This condominium, built in the ‘80’s was out of date. The living space was opened to dramatic effect and rebalanced compositionally while walls were added to the open but poorly laid out lower level to create a new washing and bathroom room and master closet. The project, replete with all new finishes, is unified with the color palatte yet the play of textures makes unique each delightful space.
Photographer: Eric Rorer
What Houzz contributors are saying:
The owners wanted their home to have clean lines and textures, which Alper brought in via cork flooring and ceramic and glass tile. Continuous edges give the room a contemporary feel, while the mix of textures and rich, neutral hues warms the space. The accent wall and tubular sconces bring in some welcome curves.Ceiling light: Elf 8 Square Ceiling/Wall Light
What Houzzers are commenting on:
Golden cabs, dark brownish counter, mirrors match the counter, light fixtures in yellow brass