This basic builder’s bathroom felt stuck in the 80s: honey oak vanity, oversized mirror and a dark, cramped feel. We took the style further back in time for a vintage look that still felt modern. Relocating the toilet cleared the congested entryway; a smaller vanity, linen closet, and floating shelves provided much-needed storage. We covered the walls in tiles that looked like reclaimed wooden planks, laid rustic patterned floor tiles, and hung schoolhouse-inspired pendant lights for brightness. The result? A bathroom both family members and guests can enjoy.