Vintage Inspired Bathrooms

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Four Point Design Build, Riley Jamison Photography | Organic White

Today we are drawing our focus to the bathroom. There are so many directions and themes you can go with when designing and adding decor to your bathroom but today we are zeroing in on vintage-inspired bathrooms. I have four images here for you and for each on a tip to draw from its example. Enjoy!

Chad James | London Grey

This modern bathroom is perfectly melded with vintage accents. The first three vintage-inspired items my eye is drawn to in this space is the wallpaper, the light fixture, and the faucet. These three things are a perfect tip in itself. Choose just a few items of your design to go the vintage route with to get that perfect blend of vintage and modern.

Area Design, LLC | Blizzard

Here we have a far more modern bathroom with just a pinch of vintage. The clean crisp lines in this bathroom give it its modern feel, the color brings in an extra fun element, and the shape of the mirror brings in that vintage touch. The tip I have for you here is this- mirrors are a perfect and an extremely easy item to go vintage with. It can even be fun to source your own mirror from a high-end thrift shop.

Jessica Lynn Williams | Pure White

I’ll keep it sweet and simple with this example. Gold and marble, boom. If you add marble and a dash of gold you are instantly on your way to a vintage-inspired bathroom.

Patricia Conner DesignsKnight Custom Homes, Zoon Media | Raven

There is a lot of texture and patterns going on in this bathroom so I would like to zero-in on one. The walls. I love this worn cement-like look on the walls. That worn look is what I attach to our overall theme of vintage-inspired bathrooms. “Worn” anything such as tile, art and metal fixtures are all great things to add to get a vintage feel.

See more bathroom inspo: Designer Spotlight | Spazio LA | KBTribeChat | Spa Bathrooms

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