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Retro bathrooms

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After much sweat and toil, Nanette's vintage 1940's bathroom is complete! All of that hard work definitely paid off, because her retro basement bath looks great. I love the beautiful blue tile and the authentic vintage fixtures. Nanette's 1945 transitional ranch home needed a second bathroom in the basement, so...

After much sweat and toil, Nanette's vintage 1940's bathroom is complete! All of that hard work definitely paid off, because her retro basement bath looks great. I love the beautiful blue tile and the authentic vintage fixtures. Nanette's 1945 transitional ranch home needed a second bathroom in the basement, so...

Sometimes I want to strip the paint off my bathroom tiles and restore them to this original state.

When we last heard from Kristen and Paul, the couple had a stash of Daltile Aqua Glow wall tiles stacked in their garage and were eagerly awaiting the day when they could be installed in their charming 1899 home’s main floor bathroom. Fast forward a year — and their bathroom is now complete. Kristen loves it so much she…

This tub recess has a sunken bathtub in a raised platform, all decked out in candy pink and green tiles. Photo: Linda Svendsen

Bungalow bathrooms before 1920 were of the “sanitary white” persuasion. Not so in the bathrooms built after the mid-1920s!

A vintage pink and maroon bathroom. Wow...like walking into Grandma's

Reader Naomi’s new-to-her house came fully equipped with a retro pink and maroon bathroom — which she loves. However, there are a few problems — the toilet is broken and must be replaced, and there is also a non-repairable crack in the sink. Naomi is okay with replacing the broken maroon fixtures with white, but…

Yellow and green were a fairly common combination, but the floor is a showstopper. The unusual pattern was created by the homeowner, who implemented many fashion trends during her home's construction in 1932. (Photo: Andy Olenick)

Yellow and green were a fairly common combination, but the floor is a showstopper. The unusual pattern was created by the homeowner, who implemented many fashion trends during her home's construction in 1932. (Photo: Andy Olenick)

Colorful Old-House Bathrooms. The late 1920s witnessed a shift in thinking on the ideal bathroom's design, transforming an austere white space into one that was blooming in color.

The late 1920s witnessed a shift in thinking on the ideal bathroom's design, transforming an austere white space into one that was blooming in color.

Week of May 28, 2018 - Sight Unseen

Great moments in color-blocking, an Instagram-induced existential crisis, an iridescent shower that lifts an apartment reno into the design stratosphere.