Washington Street RemodelTraditional Bathroom, San Francisco
This Pacific Heights home required dramatic structural improvements before the final architectural vision could be fully realized. The project included the transformation of an unfinished Basement into a climate-controlled Wine Room, finished Mechanical Room, unique Man's Den, Au-pair Suite, and Laundry Room with tiled Dog Shower. The Main Floor was entirely altered. Both the front and rear yards were completely landscaped and a new wrap-around hardwood deck augmented the southern wing. Solar panels were added to the roof and the exterior was completely refinished.
What Houzz contributors are saying:
Here’s a fun bold yellow-green that would work well in a bathroom for kids or teens. This fresh and vibrant color looks fantastic with watery blue hues as well as crisp white.For a similar hue, try Hep Green SW6704 from Sherwin-Williams.
Not to be taken too seriously, wall-mounted sinks work wonderfully in kids' quarters.
A fun bit of color is especially appropriate for a kids' bathroom; little ones appreciate the color from below or even at eye level. "If my memory serves me correctly, the inspiration for the sink came from the client who had seen something similar in a magazine," says Brad Hayes, the principal contractor on this project. "We powder coated the base green to make it more visually pleasing."