When Fusion Designed Owner, Sheree Vincent, and her husband Darrell decided to remodel their 1978 bathroom, they were determined to create a peaceful and tranquil atmosphere. Inspired by their love of the ocean, the space is personalized by using the treasures of their travels such as shells, beach glass and personal photography taken on their vacations to California and Mexico.
- Hydrotherapy plays an important part in a body’s physical well-being and has restorative tendencies, which is the key for tranquility. So the pinnacle of this remodel is the Kohler VibraAcoustic ® Hydrotherapy soaking tub. Transducers are hidden inside the bath which plays music both above and below the waterline. The sound vibrations infuse the water and resound with the body’s core for total relaxation. Kohler worked with a renowned sound therapist to create six unique music compositions, or personal music can be streamed. Click here to learn more about the Kohler line of Hydrotherapy products.
- The original bathroom did not have a shower, so the couple also installed a flush mount rain shower. It’s a perfect addition for the couple when they have guests staying over.
- Custom cabinetry was used to ensure this small space was both functional as well as soothing. Both the closet and their second sink area were revamped seeing as how neither met their objective. By re-vamping, they made room for the vanity area, created additional drawer space and developed an open shelving area which offers more customized storage.
- LED lighting offers a variety of lighting options, all of which are dimmable – providing ambience when needed.
- Finishing touches were important to the design in order to get that spa-like-feeling every day. Beautiful finishes include Carrera Marble countertops, polished white marble floor tile, mosaic wall tile, polished chrome fixtures and beach glass colored cabinet hardware all add to the serenity of the finished design.
Other considerations included an ergonomic design which offers storage solutions as well as an ageless design, allowing the homeowners the opportunity to live in their home from retirement on.
“After” photos by Page Photography