Modern Farmhouse Meets Coastal Style



“After” photos by Cabin Door Media

Bathroom at a Glance
Who lives here: A single dad
Location: Broomfield, Colorado
Size: 200 square feet (19 square meters)
Designer: Hope Pinc

Before: The bathroom hadn’t been remodeled since the house was built in the 1980s. Things that weren’t working included the curved soffit above the sinks that broke up a large wall, the space hog of a built-in tub and the dated shower stall. “All the finishes had seen better days,” Pinc says.

While those elements weren’t great, the layout of the room worked. Pinc was able to keep the shower, tub and vanities in approximately the same spots. The existing bathroom also had a toilet room, seen here to the left of the shower.

The homeowner’s wishes for the bathroom were simple: He wanted it to be functional, visually appealing and cost-effective. “My client wanted his primary bathroom to feel like a sanctuary that was warm and inviting but also bright and airy,” Pinc says. She knew this meant striking the right balance between warm and cool tones.

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