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Home / Architectural / Bathroom Bathroom Loading. In many ways, the sink is the centerpiece of your bathroom. It is often the first furnishing people notice and the one used most often by guests. When you want a beautiful antique bathroom, there is no better place to start than with the bathroom sink. At Olde Good Things, we know that restored pedestal sinks are one of the items customers most often request when looking for a dramatic impact and classic, historic style. That’s why we offer so many options in bathroom sinks and especially in pedestal sinks. Whether you are looking for vintage porcelain, earthenware, china, or enamel, we have the sink for you. We even offer a unique “George Jetson” sink as well as a crane sink that’s sure to please you and your guests alike. Down to the finer details like porcelain spouts and antique faucets, Olde Good Things considers restoration and salvage to be art forms. That’s why all of our antique sinks are in perfect condition—so you can create your perfect bath. No antique style bathroom would be complete without the proper vintage hardware. But, at Olde Good Things, an old-fashioned toilet doesn’t have to be something with less functionality as the price for beauty. In fact, through our architectural salvage, we offer some of the finest and most aesthetically-pleasing toilets around. From porcelain toilets to antique faucets and handles, we offer old-fashioned style with modern convenience. Don’t leave hardware and toilets out when renovating your bath. Choose Olde Good Things for olde good toilets! Like the pedestal sink, the claw foot bathtub is a frequent image associated with the historic style of the antique bathroom. At Olde Good Things, we offer a number of beautiful antique bathtubs from real historic buildings. We offer cast iron tubs, unique center drain bathtubs, porcelain claw-foot tubs, and antique marble bathtubs. Whether you are interested in a claw-footed bathtub or a center drain tub, Olde Good Things has more authentic options than most anyone else.


In many ways, the sink is the centerpiece of your bathroom. It is often the first furnishing people notice and the one used most often by guests. When you want a beautiful antique bathroom, there is no better place to start than with the bathroom sink. At Olde Good Things, we know that restored pedestal sinks are one of the items customers most often request when looking for a dramatic impact and classic, historic style. That’s why we offer so many options in bathroom sinks and especially in pedestal sinks. Whether you are looking for vintage porcelain, earthenware, china, or enamel, we have the sink for you. We even offer a unique “George Jetson” sink as well as a crane sink that’s sure to please you and your guests alike. Down to the finer details like porcelain spouts and antique faucets, Olde Good Things considers restoration and salvage to be art forms. That’s why all of our antique sinks are in perfect condition—so you can create your perfect bath. No antique style bathroom would be complete without the proper vintage hardware. But, at Olde Good Things, an old-fashioned toilet doesn’t have to be something with less functionality as the price for beauty. In fact, through our architectural salvage, we offer some of the finest and most aesthetically-pleasing toilets around. From porcelain toilets to antique faucets and handles, we offer old-fashioned style with modern convenience. Don’t leave hardware and toilets out when renovating your bath. Choose Olde Good Things for olde good toilets! Like the pedestal sink, the claw foot bathtub is a frequent image associated with the historic style of the antique bathroom. At Olde Good Things, we offer a number of beautiful antique bathtubs from real historic buildings. We offer cast iron tubs, unique center drain bathtubs, porcelain claw-foot tubs, and antique marble bathtubs. Whether you are interested in a claw-footed bathtub or a center drain tub, Olde Good Things has more authentic options than most anyone else.


Vintage Bathroom Lighting Brighten your bathroom with period lighting from our popular bathroom lighting collection. Bathroom light fixtures are available as pendants, wall sconces that can double as bathroom vanity lights, or as bathroom ceiling lights for those older, dimly-lit bathrooms.


Brighten your bathroom with period lighting from our popular bathroom lighting collection. Bathroom light fixtures are available as pendants, wall sconces that can double as bathroom vanity lights, or as bathroom ceiling lights for those older, dimly-lit bathrooms.


The first thing to decide if you're considering vintage bathroom fixtures is whether you want to source them as true period pieces, or if replicas of vintage styles will do. In general, the replica route will cost less, but if authenticity is important, there are many local, national and online retailers of vintage fixtures you can explore.


The Period Bath Supply Company is your old house destination if you are planning a bathroom renovation; offering both antique and new plumbing fixtures and accessories plus a full line of organic and all-natural bath and home care products. You’ll find antique clawfoot tubs, pedestal sinks, subway tile, vintage towel bars and soap dishes, alongside modern conveniences such as floor heating products and towel warmers. Whether your house was built in 1890 or 1990, we've got all the parts, and the knowledge, to make your bathroom the perfect blend of vintage style and modern convenience.


Traditional, Feminine Bathroom With Glamorous Chandelier The master bathroom is a luxurious retreat contrasting classic tilework and fixtures with vintage lighting and saturated color. Tile, countertops and flooring are crema marfil marble with honey onyx accents, while amethyst wall color bring feminine charm to the space. From: Coddington Design


A Private, Practical Bath Vanity Double vanities gain storage and give him and her some personal space when a tall cabinet is installed between the two bathroom sinks. Outlets installed inside drawers and doors mean appliances can be plugged in and ready to use, yet concealed to avoid cluttering the countertop. Image courtesy of Collaborative Design Architects


The master bathroom is a luxurious retreat contrasting classic tilework and fixtures with vintage lighting and saturated color. Tile, countertops and flooring are crema marfil marble with honey onyx accents, while amethyst wall color bring feminine charm to the space.


In general, vintage fixtures will call to mind a specific era in bath design. A common example is midcentury modern. Midcentury modern bathroom fixtures are sleek and minimalist in design, featuring sharp angles and flowing curves.


The master bathroom is a luxurious retreat contrasting classic tilework and fixtures with vintage lighting and saturated color. Tile, countertops and flooring are crema marfil marble with honey onyx accents, while amethyst wall color bring feminine charm to the space. From: Coddington Design


Rather than the corner Jacuzzi tub, which takes up valuable square footage in a master bathroom, opt for a smaller, deeper tub that is large enough for two people but will slide against a wall or next to a shower room. Tubs aren't essential in the master bath. In fact, some people are choosing to expand the size of their shower stall instead and leave the tub for the family bathroom. And as for tub bubbly, check into heated water jets that are essentially self-cleaning and won't cool down the bath by shooting air into the water. Design by Shane Inman


A Right-Sized, Deep Jacuzzi Tub Rather than the corner Jacuzzi tub, which takes up valuable square footage in a master bathroom, opt for a smaller, deeper tub that is large enough for two people but will slide against a wall or next to a shower room. Tubs aren't essential in the master bath. In fact, some people are choosing to expand the size of their shower stall instead and leave the tub for the family bathroom. And as for tub bubbly, check into heated water jets that are essentially self-cleaning and won't cool down the bath by shooting air into the water. Design by Shane Inman Photo By: Designer, Shane Inman


Rather than the corner Jacuzzi tub, which takes up valuable square footage in a master bathroom, opt for a smaller, deeper tub that is large enough for two people but will slide against a wall or next to a shower room. Tubs aren't essential in the master bath. In fact, some people are choosing to expand the size of their shower stall instead and leave the tub for the family bathroom. And as for tub bubbly, check into heated water jets that are essentially self-cleaning and won't cool down the bath by shooting air into the water. Design by Shane Inman Photo By: Designer, Shane Inman


Jazzed Up Bathroom Lighting Go ahead — indulge yourself with a chandelier above the soaker tub. Amp up the ambiance in your bathroom by installing backlighting around a mirror — it's not functional light, but it provides soft, warm lighting. Toe-kick lighting underneath cabinets serves as a handy nightlight. And do install a dimmer on your central ambient light (the fixture that fills the room with light). Image courtesy of Kohler Photo By: Kohler

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