Mid-Century Modern Bathroom Reno

My mid-century modern inspired bathroom renovation is finally complete! The original 1990s oak bathroom wasn't my style but, more importantly, there were many functional problems (the vanity was too low - originally for someone in a wheelchair - and the shower portal was seriously busted). But after giving it a temporary facelift, waiting patiently and saving my pennies, now I have the bathroom of my dreams!
Here's the "before":
And here's the temporary facelift, which I shared on HomeTalk a long time ago: http://www.danslelakehouse.com/2014/02/a-prettier-bathroom.html
I really liked the layout - especially the linen tower - so my Hubby and I decided to keep everything in the same place, although we added a second sink.
Although we hit some roadblocks along the way, I love everything about how the bathroom turned out - from the floating walnut cabinetry, to the bright aqua sinks, to the pretty sparkly shower tile.
Read the whole renovation story on Dans le Lakehouse (www.danslelakehouse.com), where you'll find links to individual projects and all of the resources and products used: http://www.danslelakehouse.com/2016/08/a-mid-century-modern-inspired-bathroom.html

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  • Renee Hampton Renee Hampton on Aug 20, 2016
    Wher did you get the tile from?

  • Zefy Branch Zefy Branch on Jan 31, 2017
    Was it expensive to modify the plumbing to add two sinks?

  • Ake Ake on Dec 03, 2018

    Where do you keep all your bathroom stuff?

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