Updating a 1996 spa bathroom

04 Apr

To learn more about Amazon Sponsored Products, click here.Twice a week, The Chronicle features a home on the market that caught our eye for its architecture, history or character.The economy of the last ten years has changed the way homeowners approach building and remodeling, and one of the changes has been consistently smaller bathrooms.Yet less square footage doesn’t have to equate to less luxury.The floor and wall ceramic tiles from American Olean.NOSTALGIC – Seaside Retreat This bathroom was on the main floor of the house and was designed to serve the pool; evoking the look and feel of a vintage beach cabana with the beadboard wainscotting, shaker pegs, simple roller shade with cord with string cord and ring detail, vintage-style fixtures, even the painted wood hamper!

SAVE: Polished-nickel widespread bathroom faucet with solid-cross handles ( ).Stained concrete floors add warmth to the cooler elements, like the pale wood cabinetry and gray-toned stone.Floating the cabinets on the wall makes the room feel more spacious and adds to the overall contemporary aesthetic. This beautiful look was created with cool colors, marble tile and a change of layout.Black-painted tile, a freestanding tub and, elsewhere, green onyx countertop and vessel sinks, complete the space. Wall art can be the perfect touch to brighten the space.