Vintage (Retro) Bathroom Décor As with all bathroom decors, a vintage bathroom décor should fit in with the overall theme of the house. This can be one of the more difficult bathroom decors to successfully implement as finding vintage fixtures often means burrowing around salvage yards - and then there is also the question of whether they meet today`s building-code requirements. There are however, some manufacturers who have bought back some vintage-style sinks, faucets, bathtubs and toilets whose designs were first introduced in the 1920`s. Porcelain tiles with a smooth finish are needed to finish this look.
Rustic (Country) Bathroom Décor A country theme should be redolent of a slower pace and a relaxed atmosphere and country bathroom decors tend to be dominated by classic bathroom fixtures - with the clawfoot tub being one of the more notable examples. Country decors in general tend to be dominated by wood, but with wood and water not mixing that well it`s best to stay away from wooden floors. However, wood can be worked in just about everywhere else. Wooden pegs and racks can be used to hang bathroom towels. Open storage cabinets - for toiletries and fragrances - look good when made of wood, and a wooden toilet seat will always look the number.
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