I am using this faucet system on a project this month. The exposed valve gives it a very classic look, but the clean lines allow it to work in very modern spaces.
I am also using this faucet on a current bathroom renovation. I love it because it is so timeless, but the fact that it is wall mounted gives it a little modern twist.
Per Massachusetts State Building Code, a faucet has to supply water to a tub above the water level. I'm using this guy on a 100-year-old clawfoot tub. It's new and updated, but it blends right in with the existing pieces.
I love the look of big, old farmhouse sinks. For the same project I have mentioned, this guy will sit on top of a Carrara marble slab and vintage vanity. The overflow value (also a code requirement in the state of Massachusetts) was what made this a great find.
I love Hansgrohe products. I think the exposed valve systems are great for being able to offer modern amenities, like a rain shower, while still maintaining a very classic look.
This is a great fixture to update an old clawfoot tub.
This Amazon vendor offers very affordable Carrera marble tiles, as well as all the trim pieces. I have never purchased from this distributor, but they have tons of good reviews, which is a great benefit to shopping on Amazon.
The coordinating pencil trim also comes at a great price. (Just to give you an idea, most retailers sell these for $12 to $14 per piece.) I love Carrara; it will never go out of style.
Mosaic tiles for the shower floor are a must so that you can get the proper pitch to the drain. Hexagons are my favorite.
Carrara is classic, and Carrara in a herringbone pattern is perfection.
This is a budget-friendly alternative to the very nice, very custom shower door knob above. I am using this exact one on my current project. I can't wait to see it!
When jazzing up an old bathroom, don't forget about the exposed piping, if you are lucky and have it. These chrome kits are great.
I am using two of these over the vanity in one of my projects. I like several different varieties of these swing-arm sconces, but this is the only one I have seen that has a glass shade option. With an Edison bulb, it is really going to help give the bathroom a classic charm.
This is a great, less-fussy sconce option. Again, the Edison bulb is what really sold me.
I came across this fixture when looking for something to go over the clawfoot tub. I do not quite have the ceiling height for it, but it is a great fixture with an awesome price.
I looked at this fixture to go over the clawfoot tub. It is a very affordable take on a very classic fixture.
I considered this fixture as an option to flank the vanity. It is a charming design with a great price point.
This fixture has a very hand-blown look with its irregular shape. It is simple, charming and very well priced. The best thing is that it has 10 reviews on the website and is rated a 5 out of 5. There is nothing better for reassuring clients than being able to tell them that 10 other people purchased it, loved it and came back to tell about it.