When we last heard from Kristen and Paul, the couple had a stash of Daltile Aqua Glow wall tiles stacked in their garage and were eagerly awaiting the day when they could be installed in their charming 1899 home’s main floor bathroom. Fast forward a year — and their bathroom is now complete. Kristen loves it so much she…
As soon as I saw this bathroom, I felt an immediate urge to show the world how lovely a pink bathroom could be. Is it ideal to have a room full of pink tile? Well, not exactly. But it’s easier to decorate around pink tiles than you think.
Modern and farmhouse bathrooms have been wildly popular as of late, but if you’re feeling a little burnt out by clean lines, rustic beams, and super sleek materials, a retro bathroom might be a worthy style contender for your home. So forget the shiplap and shiny chrome finishes and instead set your sights on throwback design ideas that’ll make your bathroom unique and vintage-inspired—yet still fitting for a more updated home.
This small family bathroom in a 1930s London terrace needed to be completely gutted and remodelled to create a practical and unique space.Chic and bold with a nod to retro-futurism, a bespoke vanity unit provides ample storage and a graphic focal point. Solid brass details, terrazzo, marble and a beautiful canvas shower curtain all add to the authentic, quality finish. Soul was injected with a vintage mirror and pendant lights layered over the contemporary materials.
For all the renters and historic homeowners with retro bathroom tiles out there, there’s some good news for you: 1) Danish pastels are having a major moment in interior design right now and 2) Apartment Therapy has featured some incredibly cute colorfully tiled bathrooms to inspire you. Plus, some home renovators have recreated the retro look from scratch.
One of my favorite design challenges to take on in a remodel is infusing the homeowner’s personal style and taste without compromising the space’s original character. It’s a tricky balance, but it feels so rewarding when different styles work together to create a cohesive space. When circumstances like a limited budget or living in a […]