The goal was to stay true to this 1920’s M-Street Tudor home, yet make this guest bath more fresh and functional. A new wall-to-wall vanity provides plenty of drawer and countertop space. Linen “towers” that previously crowded the vanity space were removed. A new large mirror, canned and sconce lighting and bright white, beveled subway tile installed to the shower ceiling brighten and visually enlarge the space.
Marble black and white octagon dot floors stay true to the home, yet add sophistication replacing a tired ceramic look-alike. Crystal cabinet knobs also provide a nod to the past.
The dark gray walls contrast nicely with the bright white tile and cabinets. Polished chrome plumbing fixtures contribute to the fresh, new look.