save the pink bathrooms websiteSAVE THE PINK BATHROOMS: My other little blog got its own retro renovation this summer, with new tile and wallpaper and content, too. This week we celebrate with a deep dive into this iconic mid-century color and why it’s really okay, America, to save your vintage pink bathrooms. Do you want help? (1) Click here to make a comment and “take the pledge” today. And (2) spread the word. Thanks!

  1. pam kueber says:

    Thanks, Leah – and I’ll add you to my blogroll. Tell everyone you know – it’s pink bathroom week here!

  2. sumac sue says:

    It’s been a fun week of pink bathrooms. So many different tile combinations and decorating styles. It shows that everyone can find a way to live with and love their pink bathrooms.

  3. Mad Modern says:

    I love this blog! And the Flickr pix too.
    I grew up in a 1935 Art Deco house in Hinsdale, Illinois (now long demolished of course, for a tacky structure) and I was lucky enough to have multiple ‘all-color’ bathrooms.
    A pink one, a blue one, a sea-foam green one, and even a black one, complete with black tub and toilet. I wish I had pictures 🙁

  4. Emily Waters says:

    I have 2 tractor trailers of American made in the 1950s and 1960 bathroom tile located in southern WV/southwest VA. I have accessory tile (bullnose, quarter round, cove, etc.) + fixtures (soap dishes, towel bars, toilet paper holders) to match almost every color + wall tile of almost every color. Please see WatersWV on ebay for listings in pink. Never used tile in pristine condition. These are NOT reproduction tiles.

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