1930 Bathroom Facelift Advice
My house was built in 1930, and the main floor bathroom has what I think is the original floor tile, original bathtub, and most of the original wall tile. I'm hoping to replace the current 1960s era vanity, cheap toliet, and hopefully bring the walls back to more like the original design. There was originally a window on the outside wall. When the showerhead was installed, the previous owners left most of the original burgundy wall tile, but put in really awful white and pink tile in the upper part of the shower area.
I've found a place that sells tile similar to the original burgundy wall tile, so I'm hoping to leave the floor tile, reglaze the tub & update the tub plumbing, and re-do the walls in the same color as the original. Is this a bad, crazy idea?
Here are some pictures of the current tile:
I'm hoping to use something like this to redo the walls: