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Decorating Tips for a Vintage Bathroom

Posted by CCE Bloggers on 9/20/2017 to General Home Decor
Decorating Tips for a Vintage Bathroom

More and more homeowners are renovating their bathrooms to create an antique, vintage appearance. There's something naturally classic and timeless associated with this style. Whether it's used in the master bath or all bathrooms, you can rest assured knowing that it will withstand the hands of time. So, if you're thinking about creating a vintage bathroom decor, consider the following tips listed below.

Clawfoot Bathtub

If you look at examples of vintage bathrooms, you'll probably notice that many of them feature clawfoot bathtubs. As the name suggests, clawfoot bathtubs literally have claw feet. This is in start contrast to most modern bathtubs, which generally sit flush against the floor.  It's a simple yet elegant style that's the perfect touch for a vintage bathroom. The only real downside to using a clawfoot bathtub is the simple fact that you'll need to clean under it. However, most homeowners will agree that it's well worth the added work considering the aesthetic value it adds to their home.

Brass Fixtures

Another simple addition to a vintage bathroom is brass fixtures. While modern styles tend to focus on chrome, vintage styles emphasize brass and cast iron, the former of which works particularly well in this setting. You can upgrade the sink, towel holders and bathtub faucet with brass fixtures to create a more genuine vintage decor.

Vintage Vanity

Of course, you should also consider upgrading your bathroom's vanity to reflect its vintage and antique style. While buying a new vanity isn't cheap, it can make a big difference in your bathroom's decor. Avoid modernized vanities with clean lines and metallic chrome finishes, and instead choose a more classic style that flows cohesively with your bathroom's vintage decor. You can even opt for a used vanity, which can save you hundreds of dollars when compared to buying a new one.

Color

Finally, use a color palette in your bathroom that's appropriate for the vintage decor. Earth tones tend to work in vintage bathrooms, including but not limited to green, turquoise and blue. Feel free to experiment with different color combinations to see what works best in your vintage bathroom.

These are just a few ideas to help you create a vintage bathroom. Most importantly, though, use decorative accessories that embrace the aged, vintage style. Once you've designed the perfect vintage bathroom, you can rest assured knowing that it won't go out of style any time soon.

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