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Antique Style Charming Details This spare but classic bath gets its appeal from vintage-inspired details. Everything except for the bath and toilet were overhauled to create a modern interpretation of a classic setting; the pedestal sink, beveled-edge mirror, subway bath tile, and tan tile installations lend themselves to the homeowner's affinity for antique accents.
Dual-Purpose Tub A clear tempered-glass partition adds shower functionality to this spacious soaking tub. The added partition acts as a splash guard without distracting from the tub's clean design the way a traditional curtain or sliding door would
Small bathroom. Backsplash and wide vanity that fills the whole space. Two lamps are nice, too. Open space on bottom of vanity with baskets makes it look like there's more room.
Upstairs guest bathroom: Chocolate-brown paint and ivory wainscoting visually break up the small space. And love the little details, such as the hanging mirror and window trim and Roman shade (I prefer different color combined with brown).
This is mote realistic for guest bath remodel with black and white flooring.... Think White Pick out basic white components for your must-have bath features and save thousands in remodeling dollars. White sinks, tubs, and toilets all cost less than those in colors because manufacturers make and sell more of them. Plan your bathroom remodel with our free guide.