Tuesday, March 11, 2008

Vintage 1920's Bathroom Makeover


We recently gave this tiny bathroom (approx. 30 square feet) a huge facelift. From the deteriorating 1950's era pink tile and cramped-in feeling of the built-in cabinetry, it has blossomed into a bright, more spacious bathroom with all the classic vintage styling of the 1920's.


Some BEFORE pictures:








Some AFTER pictures:






To see more bathrooms we've done, click HERE to see Bathrooms work under the Project Photos section.

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7 comments:

Sarah said...

I love your renovation! Great blend of contemporary & vintage. I was curious, what paint color did you use?

Good Home Construction said...

Thanks Sarah. This was from a while back but if my memory serves me correct, the paint was Dunn Edwards in Mint (??).

Eline Oftedal said...

How beautiful! It's great inspiration to me when we are going to redecorate our bathroom in Oslo, Norway, where we live in an appartment from the 1920's!

lizziekg said...

We are in the process of planning a renovation of our 1920's bathroom. Can you tell me the brand/model of the sink, faucet and toilet that you used? Thank you!

Miranda M said...

I second lizziekg's request - we are also in the process of remodeling and looking for good 1920's design style items - I'd love to hear the brand / model too!

BostonPaul said...

Just curious. Why is the floor under the tub higher than the rest of the floor? (or lower)? is there a drain in that floor?

Good Home Construction said...

BostonPaul, yes the floor under the tub is higher because there is a drain beneath the tub. The client did not want any shower curtains so the floor beneath it was raised and sloped to allow any water overspray to flow into the floor drain.

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