10 Classic Bathrooms

10 Classic Bathrooms

Sarah Coffey
Mar 16, 2010
Hex tile, clawfoot tubs, porcelain pedestal sinks. These are few of the elements that make up our idea of a "classic" bathroom—the kind you might find in a pre-war apartment or a New England farmhouse. The nice thing about a classic bathroom is that it's not going to go out of style anytime soon. Materials like subway tile and marble counters are long-lasting and tend to survive the cycle of trends. If you're looking for a way to add some kick to a timeless space, try brightly painted accent walls, a splash of wallpaper, or a few trendy accessories. A little goes along way. To inspire you, we've rounded up some of our favorite examples from Apartment Therapy house tours. Click through the links below to see the whole house. FIRST ROW1 Jenika and Robert's 1944 Bungalow Renovation2 Allison and Steve's Bethesda Masterpiece3 Stefanie & Luke's Brooklyn Limestone4 Blythe's Urban Gypsy Inspired Abode5 Joanna and Dave's Arizona Dream Home SECOND ROW1 Hunter's First Home2 Nellie's New Old Home3 Isabella and Jay Take on Inwood4 Stephen and Todd's Fantastic Mr. Farmhouse5 Martha and Ben's Southern Mix Photos: Jenika Kurtz, Leah Moss, Annie Werbler, Jess Watson, John Woodcock, Eric Cantrelle of Xdesign, Inc., Jill Slater, Stephen Ellwood, Sarah Coffey
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