Mid‐century style bath rooms featured some of the most colorful palettes up to now. Aqua blue and red were common colors for tile and porcelain. These colors were paired with white often, gray, turquoise, chartreuse, lavender gray, avocado or coral walls. You can find several colors in the Sherwin‐Williams Suburban Modern Interior Historic Colors collection.
Thoroughly examine your bathroom space and the rooms next to the bathroom. Take accurate measurements of the bathroom and adjoining rooms. Transpose those measurements to level on the graph paper. Check for any closets writing a common wall structure with your bathrooms. Be sure to are the measurements of those closets. Check your pulling to ascertain when a closet can be removed by you and add that space to your bathrooms. Will it square‐off your bathrooms? Will you miss the closet space? In the pre‐remodel image here, the wallpapered wall structure on the right area of the door was a closet for an adjoining bedroom.
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