east 2nd rockstarMidcentury Bathroom, Vancouver
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7. Discuss the Timeline and Life During the RemodelAs you get a few steps closer to actually getting your project rolling, it’s a good idea to talk about how long the project will realistically take and what you’ll be doing while the work is happening. Look ahead on the family calendar and notice if there are any major events on the horizon that would make it especially stressful to be taking on a remodel. Also discuss how you want to handle living arrangements while the work is happening: Do you want to stay in your home to save money, move into a temporary rental, travel or some combination thereof? If you have pets or children, don’t forget to consider their needs in your planning.
After. White tiles cover the walls and floor, making the space light and airy. Next, Tanya Mclean and Nichole Skladan of Mango Design Co brought in teak and brushed gold materials to give the couple the midcentury style they wanted. Then, the design team added a boho rug, a paisley shower curtain and pieces of the couple’s art collection to give it a personal, and fun, feel.Ceiling and wall paint: Cloud White, Benjamin MooreRead more about this bathroom remodel
18. Midcentury Modern InspirationBrushed gold fixtures and a teak wood bathtub surround enliven this 42-square-foot bathroom. A toilet with minimalist lines keeps things simple, while a boho shower curtain brings in eclectic pattern. Notable detail: It’s hard to make out in the photo, but they repurposed a midcentury modern Craigslist cabinet into the vanity, which you can see here.You Can Turn That Into a Bathroom Vanity?
Dark grout. Again we see a black-and-white color palette on display in this trending Vancouver bathroom created by Mango Design. While brass fixtures and a kilim rug add some color, note the black-and-white shower curtain and black grout with the white penny floor tiles.
Photos by Tracey AytonBathroom at a GlanceWho lives here: A creative coupleLocation: East Vancouver, British ColumbiaSize: 42 square feet (4 square meters) Designers: Tanya Mclean and Nichole Skladan of Mango Design Co Ceiling and wall paint: Cloud White, Benjamin Moore; toilet: Persuade elongated two-piece dual flush toilet with vibrant moderne brushed gold actuator, Kohler; shower curtain: Simons; see more dual-flush toilets