Wilsonart Apricot Daisy laminate makes a peachy keen countertop for Sheree’s 1952 bathroom

wilsonart daisy countertopWilsonart’s Daisy laminate in “Apricot Glow” — an original 1970s design — looks perfect in Sherree’s bathroom, don’t you agree! She  writes:

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Hi Pam,

I wondered if you might like to see the new laminate counter top in my 1952 tiled bath. I used Wilsonart Daisy in Apricot Glow from their retro collection. I also got a new white oval sink with Hudee ring since the original tiled in sink could not be re-used. I found everything through your wonderful site!

Perfect! Fantabulous! So happy! I ask Sherree where she got the other products. She quickly replied:

Hi again Pam,

It is a Bootz brand sink that we special ordered through our local Menards home improvement store. I found it on Retro Renovation. I looked around online and found the best deal was getting it through Menards. [Pam notes, see all my stories on Bootz products here.]

I got the Hudee ring on Amazon. (affiliate link)

I special ordered the laminate through Home Depot. We had a local contractor build and install the counter top.


wilsonart daisy vintage countertop laminate reintroducedThank you, Sherree. I also really really like how you made the countertop extra thick — I like that look.

What a happy space! Nicely done!

  1. Mary Elizabeth says:

    Love everything about this cheerful bathroom. I like that you put little figurines in the niches that are meant for toothbrushing cups. Also, what a nice vanity that makes use of an oddly shaped niche. Cute!

  2. Eileen says:

    Where did the cabinet pulls and escutcheons come from? Those are hard to source and go quickly on etsy and ebay.

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