1950s bathroom remodel

Transform your outdated bathroom into a modern oasis with a 1950s remodel. Find top ideas to bring retro charm and functionality to your space.
Bathroom, Bathroom Refresh, Bathroom Makeover, Bathroom Update, Bathroom Styling, Bathroom Redo, Bathrooms Remodel, Bathroom Decor, Tile Bathroom

One of my favorite design challenges to take on in a remodel is infusing the homeowner’s personal style and taste without compromising the space’s original character. It’s a tricky balance, but it feels so rewarding when different styles work together to create a cohesive space. When circumstances like a limited budget or living in a […]

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Kelly Diaz
Vintage Tile Bathroom: Embracing The 1950s Pink with Modern Updates - T. Moore Home Interior Design Studio Pink, Vintage, Decoration, Design, Diy, Bathroom, Bathroom Refresh, Bathrooms Remodel, Bathroom Makeover

As soon as I saw this bathroom, I felt an immediate urge to show the world how lovely a pink bathroom could be. Is it ideal to have a room full of pink tile? Well, not exactly. But it’s easier to decorate around pink tiles than you think if you lean into the fun nostalgia.

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Samantha Cerezo
Design, Vintage, Bathroom Ideas, Retro, Bathroom Colors, Vintage Bathroom Remodel, Mid Century Bathroom Remodel, Bathroom Styling, Retro Bathroom Ideas Vintage

Modern and farmhouse bathrooms have been wildly popular as of late, but if you’re feeling a little burnt out by clean lines, rustic beams, and super sleek materials, a retro bathroom might be a worthy style contender for your home. So forget the shiplap and shiny chrome finishes and instead set your sights on throwback design ideas that’ll make your bathroom unique and vintage-inspired — yet still fitting for a more updated home.

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Laurel Benoit
1950s, Apartment Therapy, Bathroom Renovations, 1950s Bathroom Remodel, 1970s Bathroom Remodel, 1940s Bathroom Remodel, 1950 Bathroom Remodel, 1960 Bathroom Remodel, 60s Bathroom Remodel

In a hectic home, a well-appointed bathroom can be hard to maintain. But with the right plush towels, relaxing scents, and clever storage solutions, any bathroom can feel like a serene little getaway.For Eva Van Someren (@VanSomeren_Home), her family’s 1950s hallway bathroom felt more like a dimly lit cave than a place for pampering.The bathroom, untouched since the ranch-style home was built in 1957, needed a lot of love.

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Rachel Burkholder