Doverland RoadEclectic Bathroom, Richmond
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In this case, that 36-square-foot canvas is white and ruffled. Along with the bright green rug, it tones down the overall color palette and takes the focus off the oh-so-pink tile. In fact, it turns the tile into something worth embracing.By the way, pink tile gets a bad rap. It’s very embraceable; it just served as the poster child for dated bathroom decor for a while. Check out these fabulous pink bathrooms embraced by Houzzers.
Granite countertops installed by the previous owners match the original pink tile in the boys’ bathroom. Lesley painted the walls a medium gray in hopes that the color might neutralize the “fleshy pink” a little. The decor gave Lesley another opportunity to play. “I ignored the fact that it was a bathroom,” she says. Over the toilet she hung a collection of oyster plates and over the vanity an over-the-top gold mirror.Wall paint: Metro Gray, Benjamin Moore
This slim vanity counter helps free up extra space in a narrow layout. Have you just finished remodeling a compact, narrow bathroom? Please tell us how you made it work in the Comments section below.