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A sunny original in a 1909 Bungalow.

The Baths of the Craftsman Era

by Lori Viator on March 5, 2013

in Kitchens & Bathrooms

ABOVE: A sunny original in a 1909 Bungalow. Photo by Jaimee Itagaki

An old-fashioned bath is still the favored style, even in new construction. Here are two examples of existing bathrooms from the Arts & Crafts era.

The charming bath above is in a 1909 Pasadena Bungalow. Though it has been modernized, the tub and sink were rescued on their way to the dump from another house in the neighborhood. Homeowners added flat trim to visually lower the ceiling, which created an area for a hand-painted frieze.

Turn-of-the-century luxury bath. Photo: Jo-Ann Richards

Turn-of-the-century luxury bath. Photo: Jo-Ann Richards

In this remodeled bath, a Roman bathtub and Belle Epoque sink bring a touch of luxury to this 1912 house in Victoria, British Columbia.

Porcelain hex tiles laid in a wave pattern were popular at the time the house was built.

The corner sink is the focal point of this powder room. Photo: Josh Beeman

The corner sink is the focal point of this powder room. Photo: Josh Beeman

The corner sink is original to this 1930s Tudor house in Cincinnati.

Other fittings are from Pottery Barn and Rejuvenation. The window shade is by The Handwerk Shade Shop, and the light shades are Jugendstil-style antiques.

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{ 2 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Bob Stoltz March 7, 2013 at 8:59 pm

The 1909 bathroom is actually in Whittier, not Pasadena.

2 Barbara Braham March 10, 2013 at 9:16 am

I would really like to know where the Roman tub was purchased in the photo from Victoria, BC. I am presently renovating a bathroom and in the market for a new tub and appreciated the style of this one. We do not live that far from Victoria, just outside of Nanaimo.
Thanks
Barb

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