The 1950s post-war enthusiasm influenced many aspects of home design. The clean lines of the mid-century modern style reined supreme and color found its way back into the home.
You may regard the time standing at the bathroom sink as minimal. But those minutes are oh so important as we prepare ourselves to greet each day and as we wind down each night.
In last Wednesday’s post, we visited with Lori-Ann and her husband, John, in Ladner, British Columbia, Canada. Their small home in this historic fishing village was built in 1970 and has undergone a number of renovations under the couple’s careful touch.
When your home is pushing 50 years old, remodeling projects become a way of life. For Lori-Ann and John, renovations on their 1970 single-level home, located in British Columbia, Canada, have included the kitchen, living and dining areas, bathrooms, and the mud room.
Whether you’re in the midst of building a new home from the ground up or doing a full-scale renovation, the bathroom can be easily overlooked when it comes to grand design ideas.
We collected some of our best before-and-after photos that show how, with a little planning and some of our favorite handcrafted lighting, your bathroom can go from bland to beautiful in no time!