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Midcentury Modern Vanity with White Caesarstone Countertop
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.
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.
White Midcentury Modern Bathroom with Blue Tile Accent Wall
Fixer Upper host Joanna Gaines chose handmade tile and dry-stacked it—that is, applied it without grout in the spaces between each piece—for a dramatic new look with the quirky style her sister favors.
Chic Midcentury Modern Bathroom With Custom Vanity
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.
This adorable midcentury modern bathroom is filled with fun vintage accents and pops of color. An antique telephone ties in neatly with the black and white dressing table. And just try not to smile at the mint green bathtub and sink.
Illica Ceramic Tile Accent Wall in Midcentury Modern Shower
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.
The wood flooring in the sink area transitions to a sloped floor to accommodate the open shower, while a textured wall and a series of niches delight the eye while providing practical functionality. The open shower’s sensuous wall of texture is reminiscent of mid-century patterns.