Before&After Salvage-Inspired Bathrooms Makeover

Some people like things as they are but some people won’t stop until that particularly thing fully matches their personality and taste.All it takes is  imagination and  some time.Because this is a preponderant  home make activity it doesn’t cost very much either.We have an expample here of two bathrooms make by Kella MacPhee and  Kate King.

They are part of that kind of people who got tired of the dark monochromatic neutrals and decided to make an original makeover.Kella’s bath for example looked  probably like other half a milion small bathrooms, now it looks modern stylish and with a laid back tropical island vibe.

Great colors and patterns are combined with dark wood touche, industrial metal lamps and pluber’s pipe fixture.The vintage signs are amazing and perfectly integrated into a fresh modern design with playful notes, transforming this tiny bath into a little fun world.The second colorful, salvage-inspired bathrooms from Kate King is a great example of mixing entique elements with modern bright colors like this beautiful cherry red used to paint the door and the light fixture and the oceany turquise color from the old glass manson jars.

The room seems to appear super clean and crisp the only thing contrasting with that is represented by the  old metal baskets which are also great for storage.Never be afraind to use bold colors in decorating, you never know when a beautiful stylish design would result.{found on designsponge}

Published by in Bathroom, on December 18th, 2011


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