When homeowners decide to remodel a bathroom, they often think about how it could be perceived years from now by a future buyer. The problem with the most up-to-the-minute styles is they become dated fast. Instead of trying to stay one step ahead of the trends, many find going with a vintage option is ideal.
The Bridlemile Midcentury is a gorgeous 1950’s home located in Southwest Portland, OR. The former life of the main floor bathroom was less than ideal, with some blue and pink tiles and a claustrophobic feel. The luxurious classical home was renovated by designer Annie Wise of Wise Design and features an elegant Cambridge Cast Iron Clawfoot Tub on the main floor bathroom. We sat down with Annie to ask her some questions about the bathroom’s design and renovation.
The flooring you choose can add a special, personal touch to your home while also helping to make a room stand out. These Vintage Tub & Bath customers turned their bathrooms into one of a kind getaways using bold tiles and creative patterns.
Quail’s End at Joshua Tree is a beautiful 1963 mid-century home located in Joshua Tree, CA. The peaceful Airbnb was renovated by designer Julia Chasman of Julia Chasman Design and features a Randolph Morris Cambridge Clawfoot Tub and two Randolph Morris Bridge Faucets in the master bath. We sat down with Julia to ask her some questions about the bathroom’s design and renovation.
'Tis the season to decorate your home! Whether you’re decking the halls, bathroom, or the kitchen, we have some holiday decorating inspiration to help you transform your space into a winter wonderland!