Bead board ushered in a cottage-style wainscot revival
Old-fashioned beaded wood paneling for bathrooms and kitchens became popular after it was widely shown in catalogs. As an inexpensive alternative to tile, this white beadboard creates a durable wall surface and can be painted any color, though white is especially popular, especially for cottage style baths like this one. It also can be installed at any height — in this bath it extends above the window sill allowing the medicine cabinet to appear to have originally been built in. have a
The cheerful mimosa-yellow cottage color sets the tone for this bath. Then there’s thewall-mounted, retro double-basin Kohler Brockway sink with twin Cannock faucets. This sink comes in 3-foot, 4-foot and 5-foot lengths. Classed as a utility sink it is terrific for bathrooms and it can cut across many styles as our Rustic Basin Sinks post shows. As a sink installed on the wall, the Brockway will have exposed plumbing below unless it’s sent in a vanity. Photos of the Brockway show different colors on the bottom, an added bonus. Here, it fits in well with the cottage bathroom aesthetic. The neutral floor tile doesn’t interfere though it lacks personality. Adding a typical Victorian side table is an appealing decorative touch.
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