Hello, 1940's, classic pink and burgundy tile. This bathroom was built to last and it has for the past 75 years! Really there wasn't anything wrong with this bathroom. Accept that I just don't care for the color and it was starting to feel tired.
We moved to our home about 8 months ago and the home featured a builder basic but serviceable kitchen that was a little short on storage and had zero personality.
Our college cuties were renting a house this year and moving out of the dorm. That meant finding comfy, cozy furniture on a budget. If it looked good that was a plus. The college cuties have champagne tastes on a beer budget! They wanted a Pottery Barn look without the price tag. Craiglist to the rescue! We found 3 leather pieces for their living room in great shape. No smells, no tears, cushions that are still firm and comfy. They looked good and were comfy. But all three together gave them that college day eclectic look that they really wanted to avoid. They wanted classic. So I did a little research on ideas for pulling it all together and looked through the Pottery Barn Catalogue for color and style ideas and found a product called Rub N Restore, Inc Leather. https://www.rubnrestore.com/