I love old stuff, including bathrooms!
To bring this bathroom out of the 80s and into the 30s, I went with black and white tiles and a claw foot porcelain tub.
I’m in love!
Wait until you see the before photos.
I call it a powder room because it’s our main floor bathroom off the kitchen even though I realize a powder room doesn’t contain a bathtub and a clawfoot tub for that matter!
But I still think it’s a lovely name for this bathroom.
This is what it looked like when we bought our house.
Here it is after:
Typical 80s tub shower combo. Nothing to like here.
My beautiful clawfoot tub.
It even had faux wood linoleum! Wow. I have no words.
So we had the bathroom gutted.
And drywalled the walls.
We had crown moulding added, beadboard with trim, and black and white tiles.
So obviously I’m not a modern decor girl. I wanted it to seem like this was the way it was when the house was built.
Here is a close-up of some framed artwork. I bought them on Etsy years ago but I can’t find the artist anymore.
I love vintage and nothing is more vintage than robin egg’s blue. It’s called Limelight from Behr.
So there you have the little tour of my powder room.
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