Woodside ResidenceContemporary Bathroom, San Francisco
Master Bathroom- using reclaimed barn board as backsplash (treated with marine grade matte finish to protect wood from water damage), custom vanity by Fiorella Design.
Frank Paul Perez Photographer
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The vanity is modern yet warm. “I custom designed it to look like a piece of furniture; it’s open and not a solid piece,” Fiorella says. She accentuated the vanity area by paneling the wall behind it with reclaimed barn wood that extends all the way to the ceiling. The wood introduces a warm, rough-hewn texture that contrasts with the vanity’s sleek recessed drawer pulls and modern custom mirrors.To protect the wood, Fiorella sealed it with a matte marine-grade polyurethane that will stand up to splashes and steam. There are also frosted glass panels on either side of the vanity. The one on the left (seen in the next photo) is a little scrim that creates a slash of separation from the open shower and plays off the panel seen here on the right, which includes a hinged frosted glass door that encloses the toilet compartment.In addition to the mix of textures, she used soft colors such as taupes, tans, browns and metallics to warm up the space. The floor tile has a weathered metal look that includes copper tones; it ties all the parts of the bathroom together. Vanity: custom design by Mary Jo Fiorella, with Briarwood paint by Benjamin Moore and hardware by Sugastune; countertop: Raven, Caesarstone; lighting: Graydon Bath Light, Visual Comfort