If you want to design a midcentury modern bathroom using ceramic tile that’s readily available and relatively affordable today, here’s another example: Lynne’s new bathroom — that looks like it’s always been there — with ceramic wall and floor tile from Daltile.
Resources for Lynne’s gray midcentury bathroom remodel:
- Bathroom wall tile — Daltile Ice Grey Gloss on the walls and in the shower. Lynne said she chose grey not to be trendy and knowing that over time, a wallpaper and towel change would freshen the entire room. For example: Pale yellow and grey, blue and grey, orange and grey.
- Bathroom floor tile — American Olean Urban Canvas, Designer White with a few Light Smoke scattered about; matte finish.
- Counter top, is ECO White Diamond 3mm thickness. Chosen to match the blue bath, and for the same ecological reasons.
- The vanity is custom, made identically to the blue bath. By the same company, creative kitchens and baths
- The chevron handles are vintage were from a massive Ebay find — vintage Weslock. Enough to do both baths.
- The sink, “which is possibly the BEST basin I have ever used, is Cheviot Manhattan,” Lynne said. A Canadian company.
- Moen Via faucet, and shower.
- Towel bars are Delta Trinsic. Lynne saved the original inset paper holder.
- Toilet Kohler Wellworth. “BEST potty ever, for all the obvious reasons,” Lynne said.
- Wallpaper is from wallpaper direct jabelium retro pattern in pink and grey colorway.
- The shower door has a rain texture, measured and install by a local glass and mirror company. They also took care of the plate mirror.
- The shower base — Lowes.
- Hanging onion light fixture — from Lynne’s vintage stash
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