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Period-Perfect Bathrooms


Period-Perfect Bathrooms

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The new master bath evokes a time gone by with pedestal sinks, built-in storage, marble mosaic tile, and period-style paneling. | Toilet: TOTO USA

Room at the Top for a Classic American Foursquare

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Paneled wainscoting and chunky crown molding add period style, complemented by a delicate crystal chandelier overhead. | Chandelier: Crystorama Lighting

A Bath With Room to Move

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Pro Advice for your bathroom: "Think about what you want to see when you first walk in—a footed tub makes a sculptural focal point."—Susan Klimala, Glen Ellyn, IL

A Bath With Room to Move

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This relaxing, generous bathroom features a marble topped tub below two sunny windows.

Room at the Top for a Classic American Foursquare

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Forgo traditional molding and extend tile several inches up the wall to create an eye-catching border, like this basketweave.

19 Budget–Smart Bath Updates

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This new second-floor bath serves two new bedrooms. A door between the double-sink vanity and the shower/toilet area, which has its own sink, makes it easier for two to share the space.

The Lexington Colonial Before and After: Space for the Whole Family

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Quartzite tile that the homeowner installed covers the floor of this master bath

Updating a Cozy Craftsman

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A retro-style double sink with wall-mounted faucets is the focal point of this cheery farmhouse bathroom. Note how the nightstand cleverly conceals the toilet.

Farmhouse Bathrooms {Farmhouse Friday} - The Everyday Home

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Sherwin-Williams paint in Orchid sets a soothing tone in this light and airy bathroom.

This lovely bathroom only looks vintage. The retro-inspired hex tile, pedestal sink, and medicine cabinet are brand new. | Photo: Laurey W. Glenn

Problem #4 & Solution

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Add a luxurious feel underfoot in the bathroom with mesh-backed marble tile featuring impressive 3-inch hexagons.

19 Budget–Smart Bath Updates

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This period-inspired master bath is set up for parallel morning rites with his-and-her sinks under a clerestory that channels light into a windowless stairwell.

Recrafting a 1915 Craftsman

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Limestone tile lines the walls and shower in this master-bath. The homeowner installed all the tile himself and made the vanity, medicine cabinets, and concrete counters.

Updating a Cozy Craftsman

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Hideaway Vent Hood: Don't be fooled by the slimness of the Cattura downdraft—it can move smoke and steam at the rate of 600 cubic feet a minute thanks to vents strategically placed along the top and sides. The blower, sold separately, works with new ducting options to ease installation. From BEST Range Hoods

Fresh Finds and Fast Fixes from the 2015 Kitchen and Bath Show

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Add a modern rectangular vessel sink to your traditional bathroom—its clean lines provide a nice counterpoint to a curvy old-fashioned tub.

19 Budget–Smart Bath Updates

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Oversize windows in this bathroom on the facing wall deliver not only daylight but also leafy tubside views.

Recrafting a 1915 Craftsman

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Sometimes a room just needs a bit of TLC to take it from routine to romantic. Here, a stormy-gray bathroom is softened with feminine touches and pops of bright pink for a fresh, eclectic feel. We've sourced some of these sweet accessories from our friends at overstock.com so you can get this look now.

How to Create a Romantic Bath

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Use a vintage dresser for storage in a bath. A treasure found in Grandma's attic (or on Craigslist) can be an unexpected and elegant addition to the bath. Take this highboy: Deep drawers offer ample linen storage, while delicate legs keep the piece from feeling too heavy and overwhelming the room.

19 Budget–Smart Bath Updates

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A crisp window dressing, like this Roman shade, makes a bath feel more finished and introduces color and pattern. Window film can provide privacy on the lower sash.

19 Budget–Smart Bath Updates

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Bath redo tip: Save money—or DIY time—by opting for a wall-mount medicine cabinet, which is easier to install than a recessed model.

19 Budget–Smart Bath Updates

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A bath with warm accents: Balance the rustic look of a wood-frame mirror and shelving with a delicate hanging light made of shells.

19 Budget–Smart Bath Updates

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Give a gently used desk new life as a sink console with high-gloss white paint and amber glass hexagonal knobs.

19 Budget–Smart Bath Updates

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Black-and-white patterned cement tile that was inspired by traditional quilting blocks creates a bold statement in this small, efficient urban bathroom. | Via Curbly

29th Avenue: A Dark and Dramatic Bathroom Makeover -- The BIG Reveal!

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Old world meets modern comfort in this all-white, subway-tiled, luxurious open-air shower.

Beautiful bathroom...

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A black hex-tiled bathroom with gray walls and white bead-board wainscoting is warmed up by a DIY wooden vanity.

Small Bath Remodel Part Dos

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