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Beach House Bathroom Renovation Featuring Turquoise Tile and Dark Wood Cabinets with Modern Matter Downing Knobs in Polished Nickel and Malachite
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Designer Rachel Morarity, completely transformed this master bathroom on the beach. We are loving the combination of deep sea turquoise and the malachite of the cabinet hardware. The bold green gemstone knob pairs well with the cool blues of the tile to lend a modern luxury to this beach house.

“The attractiveness of Malachite is way more than skin deep. It is known as the Stone of Transformation, how could you go wrong with that?”

Modern Beach House Bathroom Featuring Turquoise Scalloped Tile

Bathroom Renovation Before
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The Before

“We claimed an awkward hall/open shelving space to enlarge this bathroom. Love how it turned out!” says Rachel.

Bathroom Renovation Before

Bright & Airy Beach House Bathroom with Cool Blue Shower Tile and Wood Vanity Cabinets with Polished Nickel Square Hardware with Malachite Gemstones
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The After

Rachel used the Downing pull in Nickel and Malachite to coordinate with the deep sea blue tile. All together it creates a coastal cool vibe. When can we move in!

Wood Bathroom Drawers with Modern Matter Square Downing Knob in Polished Nickel with Malachite Gemstone

Rachel Moriarty
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About Rachel Morarity

Rachel Moriarty is an award-winning designer, #1 best selling author, style expert and industry leader in the use of color. Perhaps most importantly, Rachel is the ultimate colorful character! Those who know her and follow her on social media look forward to seeing her vibrant wardrobe, eclectic jewelry, and her ease with being what she calls ‘extra.’ Rachel’s multi-cultural roots - she is Mexican, Native American and Filipina - are an integral part of her love of diversity in design. Rachel is not afraid of color, texture, and design influences from across the globe. Raised by a Mexican-American feminist mother with a creative side, Rachel’s grandparents hail from Manila, Mexico City, the Arizona border town of Douglas, and California’a agricultural San Joaquin Valley. Rachel embodies and embraces them all as part of what makes her uniquely American and creatively equipped to design any space. Rachel embodies her personal belief that color adds interest and excitement to the world, and, like a chef seasoning a meal, she sprinkles it liberally to add passion and flavor.