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Falken Reynolds Interiors brings spa vibes to a Cadboro, B.C. bathroom.
For this ensuite in Cadboro Bay, B.C., designers Chad Falkenberg and Kelly Reynolds of Falken Reynolds Interiors had one clear direction from the client: when she was standing in the shower, she wanted to be able to see the ocean view. And so the space planning started from there: the shower is on one wall with a view to a corner window, and a sculptural soaker tub—the Spoon M from Agape—allows for bathers to glimpse the shoreline, too.
Skylights were oriented toward the walls rather than the centre of the room, and the mirror above the custom sink soars all the way up and into one of those skylights. The result is a room that’s flooded with natural light—and when paired with warm, organic plaster and cool green marble, it’s a welcoming retreat that appears much larger than its 160 square feet.
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