When renovating a well-loved family getaway on Eagle Island in West Vancouver, designer Jennifer Heffel of HB Design wasn’t looking to turn it into a modern escape. “We wanted everything to feel more rustic than refined,” says Heffel. In this attic bathroom shared by the client's four boys, she kept the look beachy with shiplap on the walls (painted in a perfect Grays Harbor from Sherwin-Williams) as well as an asymmetrically placed rattan pendant light from Da Vinci's Home.

HB Design BathroomThe exterior of the home is stone, so Heffel wanted to include “heavier” elements throughout the interiors to keep the space feeling grounded and connected. Here, iron plumbing fixtures and drawer pulls provide weight in the room. Photo by Ema Peter.

The vanity is made from flat-cut white oak veneer, which exposes the grain and contributes to that rustic vibe Heffel was going for. But it's not all straight edges here: a round mirror that sits proud on the wall softens the space and adds a contrasting piece of geometry.

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