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Tranquility under LED Light: A Bathroom with Illuminated Niche

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Photos: Michael Kramer

Today we're going to bring you one of the projects that designer Michael Kramer shared, carried out in the Bernal Heights neighborhood, in San Francisco, California.

A design detail that caught our attention was the inclusion of a niche with LED-lit shelves in one of the house's bathrooms.

Photos: Michael Kramer

The shelf niche, which was built into the wall next to the bathtub, offers a super practical space to store things like soap, keeping everything close at hand.

Photos: Michael Kramer

And there's another advantage to having a niche with shelves near the bathtub: it can also be a source of light. In this case here, they placed a hidden LED lighting that, when turned on, emits a soft glow, further contributing to the peaceful atmosphere of the bathroom.

Photos: Michael Kramer

On the other side of the bathroom, we have a free entry shower that has a built-in bench and a second niche with shelves.

Photo: Michael Kramer

Shall we take a look at the rest of the house?

The facade of the house is made of smooth white stucco, with black metal details, western cedar wood and glass parts.

Photos: Michael Kramer

Inside the house, you will be enchanted by the beautiful European oak floors and the tall doors that blend perfectly into the walls.

Photos: Michael Kramer
Photo: Michael Kramer

Walls throughout the house, as well as in the open-plan dining area, have been finished with a soft coat of lime that adds a touch of color and texture.

Photos: Michael Kramer

In the kitchen, the island is perfect for preparing food and also serves as an informal seating area. And the minimalist chandelier above the island blends perfectly with the black cabinets and nearby stairs.

Photos: Michael Kramer

The steel staircase with wooden steps illuminates all levels of the house, creating an incredible sense of spaciousness.

Photo: Michael Kramer
Photo: Michael Kramer
Photo: Michael Kramer
Photo: Michael Kramer

The part of the house where you can relax has a living room that opens onto a balcony, while another living area is cozy with natural colors.

Photo: Michael Kramer
Photo: Michael Kramer

Each room in the house has its own style, but they all have one thing in common: the custom-made wooden cabinets that fit perfectly into the interior.

Photo: Michael Kramer
Photo: Michael Kramer
Photo: Michael Kramer
Photo: Michael Kramer
Photos: Michael Kramer
Photo: Michael Kramer

In the other bathrooms of the house, you will find sinks and taps from the brand. Piet Boon that contrast with neutral tones. Additionally, there are design elements like hidden LED lighting, dark accent walls, and spacious double sinks.

Photo: Michael Kramer
Photo: Michael Kramer
Photo: Michael Kramer
Photo: Michael Kramer

In the laundry area, the washing machine and dryer are positioned below a counter that also serves as a space to carry out household work.

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