I’d like to share with you a recent bathroom renovation I did on the North Coast of the Dominican Republic. The home is located in the gated community of Casa Linda in Sosua. My client wanted to renovate the bathroom but without too much discuption, meaning no major demolition, and she wanted to stay within a limited budget.

The bathroom was long and quite dark. To open it up and give it a brighter look, I proposed she change out the accessoires and furniture to a lighter color beige and replace the sink and toilet white white fixtures. We decided to keep the existing granite countertop, but  wanted to change out the dates looking sinks and faucets. It was quite a challenge finding sinks that fit the pre-cut holes in the granite, but after scouring all the shops in Santiago and Puerto Plate I finally found a good looking, simple sink at Ochoa. The granite itself had become rather lackluster over time so I brought in professionnels to polish the counter to fantastic results. I switched out the dates faucets and hardware for more modern black ones, which are quite chic. I removed the old mirror for a custom one of my design. To help take your eye away from a lackluster glass block wall, I brought in plants which bring in color and help purify the air. The bathroom is now a clean, modern, spa-like atmosphre, guaranteed to please.

 

Good looking simple sink

It was quite a challenge finding sinks that fit the pre-cut holes in the granite.

Design Faucets

I switched out the dated faucets and hardware for more modern black ones, which are quite chic. 

To help take your eye away from lackluster glass block wall, I brought in plants which bring in color and help purify the air.

Garanteed to please!

Before

In Process

Voila!

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