It's been a while since I posted part one of our mid-century bathroom renovation and it's high time I share Part 2 with you. Since the bathrooms are adjacent to one another, I decided to keep the same "feel" going by using Fireclay's Old Cario tiles in both spaces. Keeping their original layout, we updated the all fixtures and finishes in both baths. We now have a brighter, more functional bath for our children and their guests. As in our bathroom, I combined new and vintage items to keep the space interesting, and, for the first time in all of my amateur photography avocation, I enlarged and framed one of my very own photos.
Take a look at the before, during and after images:
Installing artisan Jai, from Intelligent Tile, laying out the pattern.
A flea market found mirror and towel hooks from Anthropologie offset the spaces "newness" and add contrast.
Oversized Boston ferns and a bamboo hedge lend the space privacy and add visual interest to the indoors.
The mix of artsy patterns with Kelly Wearstler's Channels wallpaper in gold, transform an ordinary hallway into an eye-catching one.