1950s Home New Basement Bathroom
Before: Typical basement of its age, with exposed ducts, framing, pipes, and wires.
The 1950s Home New Basement Bathroom has great lighting and ventilation, tile flooring with radiant heat, a toilet/washlet, and a pedestal sink with a custom backsplash. Accent color, cobalt blue, is the couple’s favorite.
The 1950s Home New Basement Bathroom: New large two-person shower with generous bench and multiple shampoo niches. Bronze plumbing: Rainhead showerhead and body sprays, and a personal shower. Inline shower drain, frameless enclosure. Cobalt blue glass accent tile
After: New pedestal sink accented with full-height porcelain tile backsplash and cobalt blue glass accent tiles.
The 1950s home new basement bathroom was a major transformation! The bathroom features a large two-person shower with a generous bench, bronze plumbing, custom tile with cobalt-blue glass accents, and an in-line drain. It has a toilet-washlet combination, and a pedestal sink with custom tile backsplash. The bathroom has great lighting and ventilation, and there’s radiant heating under the floor tiles.
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