1920’s Guest Bathroom for New Construction

1920’s Guest Bathroom

What started out as a “simple” kitchen remodel on a 1920’s bungalow in downtown Durham area, turned into a whole house new construction build. What every homeowner fears, the worst case scenario, was unfolding right before our eyes. The design process went off without a hitch. We designed the new kitchen remodel, added a powder bath to the first floor, and even collaborated with our architect on adding a second story for the growing family.

For the second story it included 2 bedrooms, a playroom, and a shared full guest bathroom. All throughout the design process we decided that we wanted to maintain the charm and character that an older home had. We were able to recreate this feeling by using products that mimic historical homes. Using items such as, 2″ mini hex floor tiles, subway tiles around the tub and using old turn cross knobs on the faucet fixtures.

  • Double Vanity Sink to be Shared
  • Separate Water Closet with Shower & Tub Combo
  • Single Large Vanity Mirror with Beveled Edge
  • Double Vanity Flush-mount Lighting
  • Window Trim Over-sized Craftsman Bungalow Style

To see the kitchen remodel completed on the same home, click here.

Project Specs


IKEA Vanity Sink Cabinet with 4 Drawers in “Kasjon” Light Gray Kit


White Ceramic Sink Basin


Double Knobs Cross Basin Faucet Single Hole Bathroom Sink Mixer Tap in Chrome


Metro Hex 2 in. Matte White 10-1/2 in. x 11 in. x 6 mm Porcelain Mosaic Floor Tile


Rittenhouse Square Arctic White 3 in. x 6 in. Ceramic Modular Shower Wall Tile