Lately I've been searching for a client in a particular suburb which has many original bathrooms from the late 60's early 70's era, and it's really interesting to see just how many have stood the test of time vs the late 80's and early 90's bathroom builds. The differences seem to mainly be in the stability of the wall tiling- the older bathrooms have a denser edge to the wall tiles and the shower stalls definitely have less leakage issues than their 80's and 90's counterparts. What I want to know from you bathroom experts is why? Did they use different methods in these years that obviously made the difference? Naturally, I like the colours of today's bathrooms better but my vote is that multi-patterned and grey and pink colour schemes are on the way in soon.... bit like the old mission brown becoming the new "mocha" or "chocolate"!!!