Anne and Gary's
Mid-Century Modern Home

Our Wonderful Master Bath/Dressing Area

Finished Kitchen
This is a view of the remodel of our master bathroom/dressing area.

As always with pictures on the internet, the colors are a bit off.  The room isn't even close to the yellow shown in the picture, but the wonderful outcome of the project still comes through.

Once again, you'll notice the superb craftsmanship of the cabinets created by our cabinet maker, Tom Woodruff.

We got the hardware from Rejuvenation House Parts in Portland Oregon.

Originally we were leaning towards black hardware, but Tom talked us into going with the chrome.

We are not sorry.  It looks great!

Notice the glass work along the top of the enclosed toilet towards the back.   Our contractor, John Meuller, designed this transom feature.

The toilet stall is very small and would be very dark if it weren't for the natural light this feature allows in.

We are extremely pleased with how this turned out.

We got the ceiling light fixtures from the Rebuilding Center in Portland Oregon.  They sell vintage house parts recycled from old houses that have been torn down.

Though the lighting fixtures don't show up well in the picture, they are perfect for the house.  We will have a separate post about them later.

So that's it for now. We'll have more posts, hopefully in the not too distant future.



One comment on “Our Wonderful Master Bath/Dressing Area

  1. Pine Wardrobe ยท on said:

    there are LED ceiling lights available these days already, they are more expensive but does not consume too much electricity ”~

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