By accessing space from the adjoining bedroom closet (a larger closet was built elsewhere), the closet’s back wall was pushed out, which made room for the wall-length vanity. Across from the vanity, the toilet sits next to the new shower.
Aesthetically, the look is mainly modern in keeping with the house, with traditional details for interest. The overall palette is in yellowy greens and beige, but takes a riotous turn with the explosion of color in the mutli-hued, 1x1 inch mosaic floor and liner tiles. In the shower, large woven matt-look tiles, laid vertically with a spirited, colorful liner, carry the modern feel of the room. Traditional fixtures evoke the era the home was built. The black painted cabinets provide a hint of edgy contrast.
Though small in size, this bathroom is big on function and style with an emphasis on this century’s timeless appeal.