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Mid-Century Modernized: Guest Bedroom, Bathroom & Laundry Room (And Everything You Need To Get The Look)

It’s our final day of reveals on our Mid-Century Modernized project! We’ve taken you on a tour through the living room, kitchen and dining, the primary suite, and the office and media room. And we’re finishing things off today with the guest room, guest bathroom, and laundry room.

For the final spaces in this reveal, we’re back to blue and utilizing it to full effect through wallcoverings, art, and cabinetry. We also play with pattern and scale in the Guest Bedroom, go bold in the Guest Bathroom and keep things clean and simple in the Laundry Room.

Keep scrolling to see all the images of these spaces (and shop all the pieces to bring this look home). And click here to see all the other spaces: Living Room, Kitchen & Dining, Primary Suite, and Office & Media Room.


If you want to see even more of our design work, check out Neutral & Natural: The Full Home Tour, Bobby’s Parents’ Home Makeover, Sunny Scandinavian: The Full Home Tour, Modern Boho: The Full Home Tour and Bold and Black: The Full Home Tour.


Pattern is definitely at play in this guest bedroom, with a b&w dot wallpaper filling the space and a blue linear piece of art over the bed. These pieces work together because the scale of the patterns is drastically different – and thus they don’t compete with each other. The black nightstands and lumbar pillow add some dark contrast and crisp white bedding and a blue quilt are soft and cozy essentials for a good night’s sleep. A pair of  Hourglass USB Task Lamps by West Elm bring in some sculptural shapes and the modern globe pendant overhead is just the right touch of modern metal.


We went dark and dramatic in the Guest bathroom, using the same textured navy wallcovering as the master bedroom. A fun abstract piece of art brings in some contrast and color, while the Anello Spun Cone Pendant by Rejuvenation is the real stunner in the space. And a white waffled hand towel and sculptural vase keep things feeling clean and crisp.


Doing the laundry never looked this good! A pop of blue cabinetry makes this space stand out for all the right reasons. A backsplash in white hexagon tiles brings in another layer of interest, and a black faucet and hardware keep things modern. Add in a woven basket, textured vase and faux leaves and you’ve got space that makes cleaning cool.

1. Contemporary Pull Down Single Handle Faucet | 2. Bold Blue Paint | 3. White Bath Towel | 4. Hexagon Porcelain Field Tile | 5. Seagrass Basket with Leather Handle | 6. Maapalim Soap | 7. Waffle Weave Hand Towel | 8. Sutton Cabinet Pull | 9. Surf Vase | 10. Faux Monstera Leaf



And there you have it! We hope you enjoyed seeing this project as much as we did designing it (and sharing it). Let us know what you think in the comments below!

  1. That laundry room is just perfect I wish it was mine. The whole project is so thoughtfully designed, what a beautiful home. Well it’s something to dream about. Love that blue, it’s so smoothing. Been great checking it all out. Another A1 project. Best wishes, stay safe.

    1. Thanks for reading! I love this laundry room too. Hope you are staying healthy and safe xx -B

  2. This whole project is just stunning (as is all of your work)! Can you tell me about the laundry room cabinets? Were they unfinished and sprayed or did they come in that color? Keep up the great work!

    1. Thank you! They were painted that color by the cabinetry company that we worked with. xx -B

  3. Hey Bobby berk me and my girlfriends are fan of you in the show queer eye I really love you work and I was hoping to get some tips we live in a aparment in New York was hoping you can help us out

    1. If you’re living in a small apartment (Like most New Yorkers are) it’s important to maximize your space. I shared lots of tips for small spaces in this post. Thanks for your comment Christopher. xx-B