To give the design in this newly remodeled bathroom a touch of dimension and pizzaz, designers created an accent wall of decorative tile. The tile was purchased from Wayfair and is called "Illica" ceramic.
This midcentury modern bathroom was brought back to life with updated light fixtures, a stylish new vanity and custom cabinetry. Thought was given to each finish to ensure the original style of the home was retained with a more modern touch.
Look closely -- this is a bathroom! The centrally-located shower separates the sink area from the commode; a bench sits against the side of the shower's tile enclosure. A unique feature is the walnut floors in the bath, carried in from the rest of the home. High windows provide light without sacrificing privacy, and white paint on the ceilings make them feel even loftier.
This elegant bathroom seems part of the lush environment outside with a long window that lets in all the greenery. Glass walls help the shower area visually disappear. Hardwood floors warm up the white tub, paneling and subway tile backsplash.
Gray floor tile grounds the design and breaks the monochromatic color scheme of the room. Patterned wall tile creates a beautifully decorative finish over the shower and vanity wall. Sharp cabinet lines compliment the box shape of the marble bathtub base.
Before, this 1960s bathroom was an eyesore. While the tiles that cover much of the walls were in good shape, their colors -- green and maroon -- showed the bathroom’s age. In addition, walls painted hunter green made the small room feel even smaller.
To complete the fun, midcentury look, designers had the cabinets stained in Alder Wood and finished off the piece with countertops in Pure White Caesarstone. Then, they added metallic pendant lights, fixtures and accents to create the glamorous, elegant space the homeowners wanted.