(Check out Craigslist for sale and wanted postings for "retro," "midcentury," "vintage," and "1960s" if you don't believe me.) Enjoy your retro bath and save your money.
HRH I would suggest using some black accents and trying for a retro "Art Deco" type of ambience in the room. Even if you don't replace the vanity, you can paint it.
RMR user lindseyraedesigns spent nine weeks adding sleek modern flair to her bathroom with new paint, flooring, fixtures and tile.
A large bathroom that was stuck in the ‘80s was given a fresh, French twist by RMR user Hill Custom Homes.
This allowed her to splurge on seamless shower doors, which make the room feel spacious and luxurious.
Sometimes, the simplest update can make a world of difference.
We really enjoyed the ocean view and the swimming and snorkeling in the lagoon at the hotel. The bus service was right in front of the hotel and very handy. Love this location just a few miles south of the romantic zone so that it's quiet but just a quick bus ride to all the hubbub of PV. The semi-enclosed Rock lagoon makes snorkeling safe for even little swimmers. This all-suite hotel is in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, on Banderas Bay.
We're buying a house where the main bathroom has pink floor tile and fixtures, pink and gray wallpaper, and lots of gray wall tile (halfway up the wall all around and all the way to the ceiling around the tub).
The tub even has the glass doors etched with swans and cattails.
In my bathroom, the sink, toilet, and bathtub/shower are a light peach color, which is so hard to match with anything.
The colors I have as the theme are mint green and peach.