mid century modern bathroom

Mid Century Modern Bathroom

Wanna makeover your bathroom in mid-century modern style? We’ve prepared some inspiring pics of mid-century modern bathrooms today, and I hope that they will inspire you, too. As this style comes from the middle of the 20th century, don’t hesitate to use white subway tiles to achieve that typical look and add wooden furniture. Choose a cool frame for the mirror and mid-century lamps – they will definitely help you achieving that characteristic look. Geometric tiles and decorations are great in any space and will make your bathroom eye-catching and mid-century. Greenery is another great idea for such a bathroom that will help you refreshing the space. Enjoy!
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Mid Century Modern Bathroom

What materials should I use in my midcentury bathroom design?Because the layout and storage options are pretty standard, picking interesting materials is key for helping any 1950s bathroom remodeling project stand out. Tile offers a wide variety of colors and styles, which makes it a popular flooring choice, while mosaic tiles are common in showers. The grout can be challenging to clean though, so stone or granite might be better shower alternatives. Just like in a kitchen, implementing a fun 1960s tile backsplash or countertop color can help liven up otherwise dull bathrooms. And last but not least, don’t forget the hardware! Cabinet pulls, shower heads and faucets come in a variety of finishes, which allows you to add bits and pieces of personality into bathroom designs of all styles. How do I decorate my midcentury bathroom?No remodel is complete until the finishing touches have been added — in this case, the retro bathroom decor. In this particular room, the term decor can be used rather loosely; even a toilet paper holder can add to the mod style of the space if chosen correctly. Pick fixtures with finishes that reflect the look you are trying to achieve, and match or coordinate soap dispensers, toothbrush holders and wastebaskets for a cohesive feel. If you’re lucky enough to have extra counter or wall space, add some artwork or a decorative vase with fresh flowers. For those that aren’t looking to do a full renovation, smaller scale midcentury bathroom design ideas can be achieved by simply swapping out some of your old accessories and changing the color scheme with new linens or paint. Don’t be afraid to combine similar yet different bathroom decorating ideas to create a look that’s completely unique to your home. For kids bathroom design, consider bright colors and unique patterns, but also keep in mind that children do outgrow trends pretty quickly, so steer clear of fads. Safety is of the utmost importance in a kid’s bathroom, so make sure you have things like tub mats, faucet covers and a cover clamp for your toilet (depending on age). Plenty of bathroom remodeling ideas accommodate both children and adults in the design, so go ahead and have a little fun with yours!
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Mid Century Modern Bathroom

Mid-Century Modern Mid-Century Modern re-emerges as a dominant lighting trend, incorporating updates for the 21st century. Maintaining the futuristic simplicity of 1950s and 1960s design, fixtures are enhanced with energy efficient LED lamping, modern geometric forms and a mixture of materials.
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Mid Century Modern Bathroom

Before: Mid-century Tile Bathroom Before, this 1960s bathroom was an eyesore. While the tiles that cover much of the walls were in good shape, their colors — green and maroon — showed the bathroom’s age. In addition, walls painted hunter green made the small room feel even smaller.
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Mid Century Modern Bathroom

All Rooms / Bath Photos / Bathroom / Midcentury clear all 7,358 Midcentury Bathroom Design Photos A midcentury bathroom remodel can make a huge impact on your home’s comfort level, not to mention its resale value. As you research 1950s bathroom ideas and browse photos, make sure to save any bathrooms that catch your eye, then figure out some of the common features that seem to recur throughout. Keep in mind your space limitations, desired materials and general bathroom remodel costs before committing to a major (or minor) project. More Popular Today Latest Activity All Time Popular Newly Featured 1 – 8 of 7,358 photos
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Mid Century Modern Bathroom

Mid-Century Modern re-emerges as a dominant lighting trend, incorporating updates for the 21st century. Maintaining the futuristic simplicity of 1950s and 1960s design, fixtures are enhanced with energy efficient LED lamping, modern geometric forms and a mixture of materials.
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Mid Century Modern Bathroom

Penny Round Tile Accents Add Color and Personality to Neutral Modern Bathroom To lay the groundwork for this modern bathroom, designers started with a neutral color palette that would reflect the natural light let into the space from the skylight above. Then, they added modern wood cabinets and a gray countertop to warm the space. To give the room a touch of personality, a gray, black and white penny round tile backsplash was added, and a gray and white chevron floor was laid. In the shower area, the walls are covered in off-white tile with a penny round tile inset that matches the backsplash to tie the space together.
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Mid Century Modern Bathroom

Neutral Bathroom Boasts Midcentury Modern Vanity Fresh white tiles and crisp, sharp lines create a clean aesthetic in this spacious bathroom. A long, midcentury modern vanity lends warmth to the space, and a large window keeps the room feeling airy.
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A midcentury bathroom remodel can make a huge impact on your home’s comfort level, not to mention its resale value. As you research 1950s bathroom ideas and browse photos, make sure to save any bathrooms that catch your eye, then figure out some of the common features that seem to recur throughout. Keep in mind your space limitations, desired materials and general bathroom remodel costs before committing to a major (or minor) project. More
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To lay the groundwork for this modern bathroom, designers started with a neutral color palette that would reflect the natural light let into the space from the skylight above. Then, they added modern wood cabinets and a gray countertop to warm the space. To give the room a touch of personality, a gray, black and white penny round tile backsplash was added, and a gray and white chevron floor was laid. In the shower area, the walls are covered in off-white tile with a penny round tile inset that matches the backsplash to tie the space together.
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Before, this 1960s bathroom was an eyesore. While the tiles that cover much of the walls were in good shape, their colors — green and maroon — showed the bathroom’s age. In addition, walls painted hunter green made the small room feel even smaller.
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Midcentury Bathroom Vanity With Gold Pendants Gold and black are such a handsome combination. In this bathroom, the drama of the black sinks is mellowed with golden pendant lights, mirrors and even the vanity’s drawer pulls.
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Fresh white tiles and crisp, sharp lines create a clean aesthetic in this spacious bathroom. A long, midcentury modern vanity lends warmth to the space, and a large window keeps the room feeling airy.
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Gold and black are such a handsome combination. In this bathroom, the drama of the black sinks is mellowed with golden pendant lights, mirrors and even the vanity’s drawer pulls.
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Simple, Stylish Bathroom Featuring Marble Vanity Countertop, Patterned Black and White Floor Tile and Wood-Framed Mirror A long wood-framed mirror runs parallel to the marble vanity countertop with backsplash lip. Black cabinet handles on the white vanity compliment the black and white pattern on the floor tile decorating the otherwise understated design.