Sharon Gregg
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Trying to find a bathroom style that will suit our 1930s house. Black and white checkered floor, white subway tile, robin's egg blue paint - pretty, modern and vintage, all in one.

Turquoise bathroom - note that toilet and shower rooms are separate. Shower room must have doors, too. Great for homes that can't have individual T/B

An open floor plan and fresh white walls add a sense of spaciousness, while checkerboard floors and a claw-foot soaker lend vintage charm. | Photo: Jill Hunter | thisoldhouse.com

Large-scale graphic prints can be wielded to make a space feel more substantial. Here, black and white checkerboard tile stretches out the narrow design of a small guest bath. See more of our favorite small bath design ideas

Victorian Floor Tiles - Dorchester pattern in Dover White and Blue with modified Kingsley border

Victorian Floor Tiles - Dorchester pattern in Dover White and Blue with modified Kingsley border, I like it with the blue and white instead of black and white