What a fun bathroom! Sabrina Alfin Interiors, a San Francisco Bay Area interior designer, designed the spirited space for two teenage sisters—one a dancer, one a cheerleader. In addition to making sure the room (photographed here by Dean J. Birinyi) was full of pizazz, another goal of the renovation was to provide plenty of counter space and storage–a must for any girl! I love how fun and colorful everything is (the wall color is Sherwin-Williams Swimming SW 6764), yet the classic custom cabinetry and tiling keep it timeless. The designer also swapped out an existing tub for the new sleek shower. Definitely what I would have wanted too! You can read more about the design here, and for more inspiring projects I’ve shared by this talented designer, go here and here!
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Del Rio Air Conditioning says
Love the color scheme used here! Very nice!!
Tim The Renovator says
I'm a complete dunce when it comes to colors. At first I was convinced the rooms are covered in aqua blue. Until I opened the designer's Houzz project and read that it's actually Tiffany blue. So it happens these two colors quite differ in details.
All three bathroom designs are really crafty and skillful. Very good use of the free space, while making room for it, delightful.
In my personal opinion this aqua blue colour is to dark and just does not look good. If it were me I would use a brighter colour.
Mel and Rob says
What I really like about this bathroom is the amount of wall space not covered by tiles, this is exactly what I have done in our bathroom as it allows you to simply paint the walls and follow the latest colout trend. I would normally use matching accessories, or at least similar shades. I see this owner has went with the contrast look, to me the hot pink box just looks out of place although it is an easy fix.