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Before and After: 4 Hall Bathroom Designs in Portland, Oregon

When it comes to hall bathroom designs, anything goes. From a simple refresh to a full-on renovation, there are many ways to update your hall bathroom to impress your guests and make it functional for your family. Keep with your home’s original integrity and style or deviate to something more playful.  

Check out before-and-after photos of four bathrooms remodeled in various design styles around Portland.  

Modern & Contemporary

portland bathroom before remodel

Before: The materials were a mix of styles, from terracotta floor tiles, glass vessel sinks, and a dated tub/shower design. Plus, the floating vanity countertop didn’t provide much storage for bathroom essentials. The homeowners worked with Mountainwood Homes to upgrade the lower-level bathroom, mimicking the changes in the rest of their 1969 Northwest Portland home.

monochromatic hall bathroom design in portland oregon

modern bathroom design

multiple compartments shower niche
After photos by Realty Pix Media

After: The black-and-white palette gives this Northwest Portland home a contemporary edge. Elevated materials, a new tile shower, a modern tile floor, and crisp white walls provide a cohesive style upgrade to the basement, creating a cohesive look in the lower-level hall bathroom. The space feels bright and contemporary with a lighter palette, modern materials, and a sleek new look. 

Learn more about this Portland whole house remodel.

 

Warm Transitional

before the bathroom had outdated cabinets and tile as the countertops

Before: Wood cabinets, beige laminate floors, square tile countertops (so much grout!), fiberglass tub/shower, and a Hollywood vanity light bar kept this 1983 Beaverton bathroom stuck in the past.

flat panel cherry cabinets with granite countertops

granite countertops with cherry vanity
After photos by Realty Pix Media

After: The homeowners kept the bathroom’s footprint but updated all the materials. The Cherry-stained slab vanity cabinet, mirror wrap, and window trim add warmth to the space. The granite countertop and chrome plumbing fixtures add refinement to the Beaverton hall bathroom. 

See the primary bathroom remodel in the same Beaverton home.

 

Traditional & Colorful

before this hall bathroom lacked personality

Before: The small vanity cabinet, yellow tile countertops, and outdated stall shower left this Southwest Portland bathroom feeling tired. The homeowner wanted something more fun yet traditional to tie into the rest of the 1938 home. 

blue tile wainscotting with blue peacock wallpaper in this hall bathroom remodel design

walk in shower tiled with hues of blue tile
After photos by Realty Pix Media

After: Although the room size stayed the same, creating spaces and elements like the marble ledge that runs on the wall behind the vanity and functions as the windowsill ties the elements together. Redoing the shower, installing the glass door, and extending the wainscot tile make the bathroom feel much bigger. The client partnered with Sharon Hocking Interior Design and Mountainwood Homes to bring this bathroom to life. 

Learn more about this Southwest Portland bathroom remodel.

 

Playful & Modern

before this portland bathroom was painted purple with minimal countertop space

Before: A small vanity sink, dark floors, and vibrant purple wall paint give this Portland hall bathroom an eclectic look. After purchasing the 1967 home in the West Hills of Portland, the homeowners immediately contacted us about a luxury bathroom remodel.

black painted shaker cabinets with a fun tile on the floor

linear shower niche

hall bathroom layout
After photos by Realty Pix Media

After: Using playful black and white floor tile creates a fun space. The flush panel vanity cabinet drawers, painted in Sherwin-Williams Iron Ore, contrast the sleek white quartz countertop and Alabaster wall color. 

Take a look at the primary bathroom remodel in this 1967 West Hills bathroom remodel.

 

Get Started on a Hall Bathroom Remodel 

These four Portland bathroom transformations show what thoughtful design and skilled craftsmanship can do to elevate a space from ordinary to extraordinary. Whether you have a sleek and modern aesthetic or a timeless traditional vibe, your home should reflect your unique personality. If these transformations have inspired you and you are considering a bathroom remodel, don’t hesitate to reach out to the Mountainwood Homes team. Let’s collaborate to design a bathroom that functions for you and looks stylish. Contact us today to begin your journey towards a hall bathroom that reflects your style and enhances your home. 

 

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