Bathroom walls looked resplendent and perfectly in harmony with this gray tiled shower stall — both of which took inspiration from the interior of a foil-lined Chinese chest.
This matching design throughout the room was made easy with standard ceramic tiles that had elegant matching wallpapers.
The floor tiles in this Asian-themed 1950s bathroom decor were both grey and white, laid in a geometric pattern around the edges of the room to add more dimension to the space.
The look-alike tiles shown copied an old Chinese motif, and also came in lacquer red, deep blue and ivory.
Throughout the room, the gray found a bright companion in aqua blue: on the ceiling over the shower, the pillow for the low stool, the fluffy bathmat, towels, and the handles for the small drawer unit.
The shower stall itself had a few unique features. First, it had a ledge on one wall with a window above. While that shelf could have been used for grooming products, instead, some fern plants livened up the space with their color and texture.
Also unusual: there was no shower curtain or glass doors. Instead, grey louvered shutters could be pulled across the opening.
The pale aqua blue set of drawers below the sink were attached from the countertop. The middle drawer was only a couple of inches deep, to allow space for the sink plumbing.
Above the sink countertop, the boxed soffit did more than just hide electrical wiring and vents — it also gave the sink area the benefit of closer overhead lighting, along with a cozy feel.