This room is all about geometry, relaxation and serene finishes with a touch of whimsy. Inspired by a vintage tourism brochure of Catalina Island, the vibe of the space is casual, cool and so California for this Hollywood couple.
A deep mossy green wall color elevates the design of a private water closet in the HGTV Urban Oasis 2012 guest bathroom, outfitted with both an elongated, dual-flush toilet and an Art Deco-style horizontal spray bidet.
This pint-sized water closet features a rectangular vessel sink atop a floating vanity. Two white framed prints above the toilet bring in the historical significance of the farmhouse, while neutral patterned wallpaper adds a contemporary touch.
A large white sink basin allows the water to trickle from the brushed nickel faucet without splashing everywhere. A matching brushed nickel towel holder is conveniently mounted beside the sink to keep the space clean.
This family bathroom was able to incorporate two vanity stations by putting one in the water closet, set off by hinge pivot doors. Designer Amanda Maday also used mismatched knobs to create an organization system for each member of the family.
The 12' x 13' space is divided into three zones: a reading lounge, workstation and water closet. To unite the water closet with the two zones in the adjacent room, its walls are painted the same shade of mint green.
The master bathroom’s water closet offers privacy and includes a top-of-the-line intelligent toilet with lots of advanced features with framed abstract art that decorates the wall above. A pitched sun tunnel with solar night light brings natural light inside the water closet.