You can also see hundreds of pink bathrooms here. For our remodel, we committed mid-century modern blasphemy and demo’d our retro bathrooms including their pastel counter tops. All the mid-century modern preservationists will probably hate us, but honestly, our bathrooms were nothing special. Cramped tiny bathrooms with soft pastel tile. I admit it, for the first ten years I thought they were cool and retro chic, but eventually both the bathrooms' tiny size and the decaying state of the tile drove me crazy. It was either restore the tile or do over.
|Guest bath with pastel yellow tile|
|"Master" bath with light green tile|
We opted with expand and do over plus the addition of a third bathroom attached to our son's room. For the new counter tops, we went with traditional white, which was actually pretty common in mid-century modern kitchens.
|Picture in the LACMA Modern Exhibit|
|Alex's bathroom, very clean and tidy bachelor bathroom|
|Alex's counter top with round sink that almost got accidentally installed in master.|
Nice catch Rebecca!
|Master bath, oh what a counter!|
|Cool square big sink|
|Look at the amazing counter; do you see the hidden shampoo niche below?|
|Counter for days! Purposefully skipped the double sinks so popular|
in the McMansions, in favor of a gigantic counter.
|Look at the fabrication of this shower threshold. "The tile guy," is amazing.|