Located in a historical neighborhood, this 1920’s bathroom had lost its character. The pedestal lav was too much sink, there wasn’t enough usable storage and the wallpaper had to go. After demoing the whole room, updates came about:

  • New cabinets were recessed into the wall for added storage.
  • A new hexagon marble floor and white subway tile wainscoting brought the historical look back and brightened the space.
  • Details were added with glass tile accents in the back of the shampoo niche and wainscoting boarder.

The most challenging detail? Making the window historically accurate for the front of the home but water proof for easy maintenance. A 3/8″ thick glass panel was installed preserving the original window.

The room works great for all the age groups and is a please to wake up to!