At home, we're gearing up for not one, but two bathroom renovations. Built in 1953, our mid-century home reflects that period well, but it also requires modern day updates. Two of our back to back bathrooms are a good example. My initial inclination was to take these adjoining rooms and turn them into one luxurious bath area. However, after living in the house for a few years, I realized how convenient and practical it was to have two separate ones. Based on the images on this pinboard, I created a room inspiration that pays homage to the original design while incorporating modern amenities and details that tie into the rest of our house. Since the bathrooms are adjacent to one another (and because I'm completely OCD), I'm going to have them mirror one another. Here are some of the details I have in mind thus far:
1. Wall mounted vanities similar to what's currently in place (minus the laminate counter and yellow sink. Ugh).
2. Brass fixtures and Silestone counters to tie into our recent kitchen renovation.
3. For the accent wall: a patterned tile from Fireclay Tile in Old Cairo.
4. Remaining tile: Fireclay tile in Peabody (which matches our existing concrete flooring perfectly).
5. And of course, leave enough room for an oversized potted plant in each bathroom.
Follow along to see how these rooms materialize.