Design and Culture: Coastal Bath Design

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Are you remodeling or building a new home? We are here to help. Some of the hottest trends right now on the Coast are creating an inviting and spa like space in the baths with warm woods and elements inspired by nature. Granite Plus offers free design services and we look forward to assisting you with your next bath remodel.

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Stand alone tubs have become extremely popular on the coast. The warm wood floor and the pop of color with this indigo blue furniture vanity works great together in this bath. If you would like to bring in a touch of color for your coastal chic bath, hues of blues and greens are great options for your new coastal chic bath.
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This dual master vanity has the Montego door style which is a inset beaded door with a raised panel. The color selected here is Antique white with a espresso glaze. The glaze really gives this bathroom a soft and cozy feel. The countertops chosen are Primordia Caesarstone quartz. It has a rough texture and with a color combination of greys, whites and browns through out. The combination of soft tones and modern elements in this space is definitely coastal chic.
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This modern design has a porce- lain wall tile capturing that natural marble look with a floating vanity using the contemporary Camden door style. The vessel sink and the antiqued bronze hardware is a charming touch. The combination of the modern and antique elements work well in this coastal bath. The countertop is Calacatta Sol quartz. This is a white quartz with grey and gold veining bringing everything together. A grey or warm wood stain on maple or white oak would also work.
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This modern bath utilizes light warm wood with dark accents such as the floor and the lighting to create a spa space. The countertops are a soft grey quartz with a textured concrete finish. The floating shelve below created extra storage.