B/S House-Phase IIContemporary Bathroom, San Francisco
Hulburd Design transformed a 1920s French Provincial-style home to accommodate a family of five with guest quarters. The family frequently entertains and loves to cook. This, along with their extensive modern art collection and Scandinavian aesthetic informed the clean, lively palette.
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2. FloatingFor a minimal, modern look, a floating bench may do the trick. This type can be made using a variety of materials. The San Francisco-area shower seen here has a bench of Caesarstone reinforced with a 1½-inch tube steel frame, according to design firm Hulburd Design. Teak and other materials are also common for floating benches. A narrow ledge like this may provide just enough of a shelf for resting one’s foot if shaving legs is the primary use.See more shower bench inspiration photos