The main bath retains its original fixtures (tub and sink), tiled walls and floor, a 1950’s Blo-Fan exhaust fan, tiled in soap dish/cup holder/ toilet paper holder and towel bar and a recessed chrome edged light fixture above the area where the laundry had been when the house was built. The toilet was replaced with a white one at some point.
We had to replace the sink faucet; years of neglect made me afraid to even touch it. No amount of cleanser made me feel better about it. The tub/shower faucets and the light fixture above the sink were fairly recent additions. They are chrome and the faucets will stay.
The oil rubbed bronze handles, pulls and hinges on all of the cabinets will have to go. I think that was an attempt to “update” the room and make it “Tuscan”. The walls were painted a terra cotta color that made even the men who saw it say “Oh, Southwestern?”. We quickly painted it white before anyone got the wrong idea about our style.
We plan to remove the wall of cabinets and put the washer/dryer back where they were originally. We will reuse those doors for the vanity. Retro chrome hardware and light fixture over the sink will just about finish this project.