The goal for this San Francisco bathroom renovation was simple; create a more functional and user-friendly space. Designer Heather Cleveland achieved this by eliminating a dividing wall, moving the vanity to the opposite side of the room, and using a pocket door to save precious space. A mixture of soft green, blue, and grey tones blend to establish a relaxing ambiance with a balance of traditional and contemporary styles. Ogee shaped tiles run along the outside skirt of the tub and up the back shower wall, while matchstick tiles used for the vanity backsplash lend a more modern vibe. Shaker style cabinetry provides a sleek base for the PentalQuartz countertop in Onixaa – the perfect color for an easy transition between cabinets and backsplash. A custom ramp sink blends seamlessly into the counter, while the polished nickel faucet with lever handles adds visual height to the sink. Find more details on this gorgeous renovation in the Houzz article featuring this project!