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Spruce ProjectMidcentury Bathroom, Denver

Example of a 1950s master white tile and subway tile green floor alcove shower design in Denver with flat-panel cabinets, light wood cabinets, white walls, an undermount sink, a hinged shower door and white countertops —  Houzz
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Karen Heffernan wrote:Nov 26, 2018
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    Dane Cronin Photography

    Hello, I am sorry but I was just the photographer for this project and do not know where the mirrors are from. Thanks!


  • Karen Heffernan

    cwjrv - thank you so much, you rock!

Cara Modaffari wrote:Jan 2, 2019

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    lolalina
    Laura Gaskill added this to Your Guide to Midcentury StyleMay 30, 2019

    Midcentury Modern Bathroom DesignMany of the features that give midcentury modern kitchens their warm simplicity work well in the bathroom too. Consider a wood vanity, graphic tiles, glass shower panels and midcentury lighting. Details are simple but just-right, like minimally framed mirrors and built-in niches.Your turn: Are you a fan of midcentury style? Describe or show us your favorite midcentury-style space in the Comments!More on HouzzRead stories about midcentury homesBrowse photos of midcentury modern spaces for inspirationFind a designer to get your project startedShop for products

    erincarlyle
    Erin Carlyle added this to Why Homeowners Are Remodeling Their Master Bathrooms in 2018Nov 14, 2018

    Style, Good Lighting and Resale Value Are Top Master Bathroom Remodel PrioritiesThe No. 1 design priority for a master bathroom renovation is making the space stylish and beautiful, cited by 79 percent of renovating homeowners. The second design priority for a master bathroom renovation is creating a space that adds to the home’s resale value (45 percent). The No. 1 functional priority is good lighting (47 percent), while the second functional priority is creating a space that is easy to clean and disinfect (44 percent).

    What Houzzers are commenting on:

    kellygray853
    Kelly Gray added this to Bathroom14 hours ago

    Midcentury Modern Bathroom Design Many of the features that give midcentury modern kitchens their warm simplicity work well in the bathroom too. Consider a wood vanity, graphic tiles, glass shower panels and midcentury lighting. Details are simple but just-right, like minimally framed mirrors and built-in niches.

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    HU-351219517 added this to St. Vinny's bathroom3 days ago

    Bambooo cabs? Floor tile! Mirrors

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    Donna Fraser added this to Mid century modern4 days ago

    Love the look of this bathroom. The tiles are gorgeous and unique

    linda_parmenter12
    Linda P added this to Peach Street5 days ago

    Floor is very cool, timber cabinets with white top. Think I could make a rounded edge mirror

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