If you are looking to spruce up your mid-century bathroom, you might want to think twice before tossing out the grungy, scummy old medicine cabinet that is inset in the wall.
So, we went to a fancy-shmancy flooring store and got 5 samples to take home. When we picked one we loved, we knew we couldn’t afford $5.54 a square foot for our 93 square foot bathroom. So, we took that tile sample to our ‘big box’ hardware store and purchased something very, very similar for just $2.79 a square foot. With an extra 10% of tile added for mistakes and cutting, we spent $285 on a beautiful grey patterned ceramic tile.
And it was a brilliant idea from Melaine again that led me to these vintage botanical prints. I found these on Etsy. The lady I bought them from had an old book of botanical prints. I bought cheap dollar store frames and spray painted them Heirloom white, loaded up the vintage prints and had Grant make a ledge on top of the beadboard so I could lean these prints here.
Brothers Services will help you design and remodel your bathroom with high quality products, installed by experienced and knowledgable craftsmen, and supervised by project managers working with professional plans drawn by our own design team. We let you see and walk through your bathroom before you decide on the final layout, so you can make any changes before the work starts.
Accent Lighting – Accent lighting can give focus and shape. Adding depth and shade to a particular object. It can be formed through spotlights, tracks and table lamps. Lamps are good for directing light adding depth to an object. This type of lighting is also applicable to your bathroom. Once it is in place, you have to decide what objects to highlight. Below are some objects which is appropriate for bathroom decorations. Adding accent lighting will give them dept.