Before finally deciding to renovate, Claudia had been living in her Upper East Side co-op since 2001 — so she had a pretty clear vision of what she wanted for her bathroom. The space, while still functional, hadn’t been updated in 30 years, and the mid-80s fixtures were a poor fit for the building’s character. The colored wall tiles made the room feel dark and closed-in, and the boxy vanity and double shower curtains (necessary to keep water from spilling all over the place) cluttered up the room. Claudia envisioned a bathroom that would feel fresh, spacious, and, most importantly — classic.
Source: Apartment Therapy