Brooktree / Los Angeles Mid-Century Modern
Master bath. /
photo: Dave Koga and Andrew Goeser
Lo que dicen los Houzzers:
Using Materials That Have a Midcentury Modern Look Warm-tone woods with interesting graining patterns were a midcentury modern go-to, particularly on ceilings. When adding a master suite to the 1953 California home seen here, designer Greg Crawford of Bilden honored the original architecture with materials and by enhancing connections between indoors and out. His use of clerestory windows as well as redwood planks on the ceiling and shower wall tie the house in with the naturalist principles of midcentury modern architecture. Crawford also specified polished-chrome plumbing fixtures, another commonly used element in midcentury modern bathroom design, to carry on the look.