Rich, dark browns and a vibrant teal blue combine in this midcentury modern bathroom. The bathroom's striking color palette evokes thoughts of the Caribbean sea, making the space feel like a refreshing escape.
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.
The graphic patterns and bold colors characteristic of midcentury style can overwhelm a small space. But with a little creativity you can get the same effect, as designer Michelle Lord did in this bathroom update. Adding a lattice panel between the vanity and toilet/bath area not only created a sense of privacy but also incorporated pattern and texture, without straying from the all-white and wood palette.
This crisp, white master bathroom stuns with high vaulted ceilings and modern crystal chandelier and rectangular soaking tub. A sliding pocket door opens to a marble double vanity, keeping the room divided from the nearby walk-in closet.
This beautiful, mid century modern bathroom, is phase one in a two-phase, whole home renovation to transform the current design into a stylish, elegant midcentury modern space. In the bathroom, and throughout the home, the cabinets are stained in Alder Wood and are finished off with a Pure White Caesarstone countertop. The shower features Kohler Purist Fixtures in Vibrant Modern Brushed Gold finish, while the flooring is Large Hexagon Tile from Dal Tile, and a decorative tile made of “Illica” ceramic tile gives the space a bit of extra pop and pizzaz.
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.
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.
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.