28 High Back Chairs Midcentury Bathroom Design Photos

Bauhaus Custom Homes
4 Reviews
O'Neil Ford Re-Build
like your style, I have a '58 home with warm colors, plan to recover an old sewing chair with tapestry style fabric, it is a wood chair, perhaps will repaint mahogany.
Where can I buy the chair?
Yes, I also really like the vanity chair. Most don't have backs like this. It's perfect. Where did you find it?
Thx. This chair is wenge, stained dark
style, I have a '58 home with warm colors, plan to recover an old sewing chair with tapestry style fabric, it is a wood chair, perhaps will repaint mahogany. Like Comment January 6, 2014 PRO Bauhaus Custom Homes Thx. This chair is wenge, stained dark January 7, 2014 at 10:04am Like yingc wrote:
“Vanity outside bathroom could be handy” — miss5carat
Jessica Helgerson Interior Design
Portland Mid-Century Modern
The master bath was relocated to the back of the house, where it now opens to a lovely garden.
Tom Vac Chair by Ron Arad
Corner wall to shower with high tile wall
tile, charcoal wood slat wall, high contrast
dark floors, dark back wall, overall color and drama
Skyler's bedroom, chair
back wall
“tile” — rroumani
Mindi Freng Designs
4 Reviews
More Than Half a Bath
like this because of the chair for baby.
The back wall is actual tile. No wallpaper at the moment...although I had to remove a lot of it in this house. :)
The black back against the wood grain and sink bowl
the multiple textures on the back wall
Like the back tile wall
Vanity and back wall
Back splash
“Blk wallpaper” — carlymille1
ID by Gwen
10 Reviews
Mid Century Modern Master Bathroom
Its just a example of the process used. The curbless shower above. That floor was reframed a recessed and then the standard mud pack system was built back up to meet the elevation of the bathroom floor
Third photo down is a enlarged picture of niche. Notice the shelves locked in on the sides and inline with the grout joints of small glass mosaic in the back. If the tile is level, so will be the shelves. Use epoxy or a good quality silicone but defiantly use tiles as shelf support
work so far - plumbing, electrical and structure have been inspected and passed by both the structural engineer and city inspectors. We will be going back to upgrade the subfloor somewhat and start the shower pre-slope process. This will be a large barrier free shower showcasing a nice drain 5"x5" Sioux
“No shower door” — rhondalockhart1
Welch Forsman Associates
1 Review
Sixties Spiffed
back splash, small tile floor and bigger wall tile that match
out door shower high windows and solid wall
tile and back splash
very high window, if necessary
Window up high...High window
“Floors” — beckerdamm
H3K Design
Hidden Desert South
Like the windows up high so no none can see in & yet light in!!
Long niche in shower, mirror starts high to avoid splashes.
Tiled wall in shower, shelf and white band in shower, screen and drain, high window
Dark back tile and light tolietry shelf.
“The lit inset” — Mimi-Jeff Parsons
yamamar design
Palo Alto Eichler
Like the wood panels and tiles combo plus the high awning window
White tile, w white plank ceiling, I'd like to add a splash of color for shower back and sink back splash
High wide window above tub contrast of natural wood & glossy subway tile
window and back wall
“Drewno” — obakusan
Christiano Homes, Inc.
7 Reviews
Dover Shores 2 Story Mid Century Remodel
well, thanks for getting back to me!
Lights over mirrors, pendant over tub and high windows
windows up high, long MB countertop with wetstyle sinks...
use of high windows allows for lots of light probably due to architectural constraints. Could pose similarities to your home's roof lines.
vanity and back splash
“Plancher de douche” — beaulise
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