Rockinghorse Lane, Lake Oswego, OR

From 70’s Yuck to Today’s Clean Line Modern Flair

When new homeowner’s bought this 1974 home it appeared that the three bathrooms were stuck in that time era with the exception of updated sink faucets. Revive remodeled all three bathrooms, each one was unique, but all using variations of a neutral 12×24 tile by Surface Art called Grasscloth II Pearl and Opal colors laid in a stacked pattern created the contemporary design. Sleek vanities with flat doors in a medium “Phantom” gray color with Caesarstone Quartz Noble Grey are embedded with rectangular undermount sinks.

The master bathroom was reconfigured by eliminating the doorway that separated the old fiberglass shower & toilet area to the vanity. This allowed for a large shower expansion with a pony wall and glass panel that replaced the useless space of a previous small vanity desk inside of the entry. Inside the shower is a bench for convenience. The open entry into the bathroom now has a proper door with a transom window above.

The guest bathroom tub shower was replaced with a full size shower. The existing window reaped dry rot damage over the years. So, it was opted to just close it up not replace the window. And the upstairs bathroom was done with a new bath tub replacement with the same kind of design elements.