Marina District Bathroom & Kitchen Renovation 5 photos

A finalist for the National Kitchen & Bath Association’s Small Bathroom of the Year, we enlarged a 42sq. ft. bathroom by removing the tub, relocating the door, recessing the cabinet, and minimizing contrast in materials.

In the kitchen, our client was comfortable using materials requiring regular maintenance — a glass backsplash, honed granite countertops, and a limestone floor. Removing the walls between a service porch, small kitchen and breakfast room created a large working kitchen with a bar area for entertaining.

Marina District Bathroom & Kitchen Renovation

Modern chrome fixtures accent the use of otherwise quiet materials.

Marina District Bathroom & Kitchen Renovation

Custom Italian curved glass, granite and cherry sink base makes a dramatic statement against Calacatta Oro mosaic and marble tile. Shower features adjustable height dual shower head.

Marina District Bathroom & Kitchen Renovation

Recessing the medicine cabinet 4" into the wall saved much-needed space in this tiny bathroom.

Marina District Bathroom & Kitchen Renovation

Removing the walls between a service porch, small kitchen and breakfast room gave the client a large working kitchen with a bar area for entertaining.

Marina District Bathroom & Kitchen Renovation

Our client, a single man with cleaning help and no pets, was comfortable using materials requiring some maintenance — a glass backsplash, honed granite countertops, and a limestone floor.