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1940's yellow tiled bathroom by Greg Natale Design

Sunflower Yellow Vintage Bath

A bold color bathroom stands the test of time. In the age of “rip it out,” it’s refreshing to see an original bathroom still intact.  Designer Greg Natale stood his ground when it came to keeping the sunny yellow tile and bath fixtures in this 1940′s brick ranch.  With yellow accents used throughout the renovation, […]

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Minimalist bathroom in mid-century house with Hansgrohe Starck Axor faucets, vessel sinks and open floating vanity

Mid-Century Ranch Bath

Open modern vanities have no drawers but offer convenient, easy to reach storage Houses built with windows tucked just under the roof line offer uninterrupted walls – a feature sometimes found in mid-century style homes in the western U.S.  That leaves wall surfaces to be defined in interesting ways. This contemporary bath, in just such a house, […]

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mid-century modern bath with double glass sink against mosaic tiled wall

Atomic Ranch Bathroom

A master bath maximizes color and minimizes fixtures Cantilevered on a loft partition wall, a double glass sink nearly disappears against the opaque “Atomic Ranch” mosaic. A pair of faucets is the only grounding. The ‘60s red and gold paint colors are echoed in Roy Lichtenstein prints. A rolling cart stands in as vanity storage […]

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