As the lead interior designer for Eleven Interiors, Gabrielle Pitocco has overseen hundreds of projects, incorporating her unique design sophistication in each one. For this project, Gabrielle was asked to design a bathroom for her client’s Guest House. The Guest House not only serves as quarters for visitors, but doubles as a recreation space for the family. Her goal was to capture the aesthetic of the whole family into one cohesive space. See how she created her “Edgy Sophistication” Guest House Bathroom below.
Gabrielle first selected Furniture Guild’s Winston Vanity in a walnut finish with a black metal frame, legs and white stone top. This piece “grounds the room and provides open storage for guest towels.” Sitting atop the vanity is the Gessi Flessa widespread faucet in black metal. Its clean, curved shape and ergonomic handles make it highly functional.
The curbless shower, covered in playful, geometric tile, also features Gessi products finished in black metal. The rain shower head, thermostatic two-way diverter, and hand shower set with a union and hook contrast starkly against the white Division 9 Collaborative Nouvel Décor tile. The white color brightens the shower space, and its black edges add definition and depth against the ‘Millennial Pink’ concrete floor by Concrete Collaborative. Flowing into the bathroom from the guest house’s “rec room,” the concrete floor has an industrial vibe that is warmed by its pink hue. The concrete also allows for the curbless transition from the main bathroom floor into the shower.
The glamour doesn’t end with the bold yet soft pink concrete. On the wall above the vanity is the Arterior Lianna mirror, centered between two Urban Electric Punch sconces. The scones bring another subtle touch of old Hollywood to the space, but still provide a modern edge. Artieror’s Lianna mirror “plays on the geometry of the shower tile while striking a balance between masculine and feminine shapes.”
To make the guest bathroom feel more expansive, Gabrielle added a floating toilet, specifically Duravit’s HappyD2 wall-hung toilet. It’s also important to note that the brushed black metal on the faucet and shower fixtures contrasts with the toilet, tile, floor and vanity countertop, perfectly capturing the contrast between, and simultaneous melding of the masculine and the feminine.
A huge thank you to Gabrielle for her wonderful Inspiration Board. You can check out more of Gabrielle’s amazing work on Instagram at @ElevenInteriors and at ElevenInteriors.com, and be on the lookout for more Designer Inspiration Boards!