Third-Floor Bathroom Pictures From Blog Cabin 2011

Overlooking the front yard, the guest bathroom boasts a playful color palette paired with vintage accessories.

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Photo By: Frank Murray

Photo By: Frank Murray

Photo By: Frank Murray

Photo By: Frank Murray

Photo By: Frank Murray

Photo By: Frank Murray

Photo By: Jason Kisner

Occupying space once reserved for makeshift apartment rooms, the third-floor bath sparkles with a happy palette of citrus colors.

With a fresh coat of paint, a castoff cabinet becomes one of the room’s most eye-popping focal points.

Classic heart-pine flooring creates a nice foil for the room’s vintage ceiling pendant and modern wall sconces. To accentuate the open floor plan, designer Victoria Lesser opted for glass rather than solid wood doors on the third floor.

With minimal ornamentation to distract the eye, interesting shapes, patterns and texture take center stage.

A vintage biscuit tin serves as a catchall for washcloths and toiletry items.

The design of the cottage-style vanity echoes classic wainscoting and beadboard cabinetry found throughout the home.

A polished chrome widespread faucet recalls vintage designs. A piece of mosaic tile from the master bathroom doubles as a soap dish.

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