We are in the process of finishing up two commercial bathrooms for a pediatric clinic. It was a tough one to really get some pop but think we hit on a couple of good ideas. The pictures are very ragged so bear with me until I can get some better ones. The finishing touches are not yet completed but you will the general idea. The entire waiting room and exam rooms are in this same color way and the “wood” tile runs throughout the reception area and gives the space a old beach boardwalk feel..which is good because we had to work with a huge existing beach scene mural!
One wall hung sink, from Nameeks, is set at a child’s height and I think this is pretty cool. We also designed mirrors with Mixed up Mosaics tile that added the needed “fun” element…and just for a whimsical touch, chose to make the doors to the stalls in a contrasting yet coordinating color of laminate: Margaritaville for the doors and Surfin USA for the stall walls..both Pionite. The floors are a wood “tile” from Porcelanosa and were a big hit with everyone.
Finishing up with George Kovacs lights and Toto touchless faucets kept things simple and streamlined!
My name is Cheryl Kees Clendenon, a California transplant to Northwest Florida. Been in the interior design business for 14 years and learn something new every day! This blog is about the day to day running of a design business and the crazy clients, silly subs, vexing vendors and exasperating employees! Join us for the ride!