Rejuvenation’s timeless lighting, hardware, and medicine cabinets have been an integral part of traditional and contemporary bath designs for over 30 years.
Wall brackets with globe shades, gleaming hardware from the 1900s, plus an Art Deco mirror wrapped in industrial iron combine to create a stylish bathroom.
Three of our classic Kent wall brackets provide a polished finishing touch to this rustic but elegant bath.
The Linfield Collection. Inspired by an early 20th-century line, its Art Nouveau-influenced design feels both classic an contemporary.
The Bixby Collection. An Arts & Crafts-inspired assortment of bath lighting and hardware, available in three finishes.
A selection of hardware in Oil-Rubbed Bronze. This handsome blackish-brown finish is protected with a matte lacquer coating.
Classic "sanitary" Streamline porcelain wall bracket popular in kitchens and baths from the 1920s - 1950s. The Adrian has a small knob that acts as its on/off switch. Available in green, white, and black.
Two-light wall brackets are commonly used in bathrooms and kitchens. Customize the Carlton to suit different settings by changing the finish or shades.
An unusual "skyscraper" style shade tops off our Echo Streamline wall bracket. A popular bathroom and kitchen light during the mid-1930s. Available in green, white, and black.
The Pendleton works well above bathroom mirrors and medicine cabinets. In smaller bathrooms without ceiling fixtures, maximize light by installing a pair of Pendletons with the shades pointed up. The Pendleton's features a beehive wall canopy. Available in multiple finishes.
A two-bulb Streamline porcelain wall bracket originally in production from 1925-1940. The Rufus can provide up to 200 watts of light over kitchen sinks and medicine cabinets. Shown in green, also available in white or black.
The St. Helens is suits quirky old houses and clean, modern homes alike. A popular chice for bathrooms. Multiple finishes plus large selection of shades available.
The Stella is a wonderful Mid-Century Modern light for the bath. Its shade features distinctive scooped ends and a polished stainless steel trim, which is perforated to softly diffuse the light. Position the Stella vertically or horizontally, in pairs or singly over a vanity or sink.
The Brooks is traditional style wall fixture that has many applications. It can take your bath in a dapper direction, and works well in kitchens and porches, too. Available in 13 hand-applied finishes.
The Kent is a versatile fixture at home in bathrooms, kitchens and even porches. Available in multiple finishes.
The Lombard. Classic schoolhouse style light. One of our most versatile fixtures. 30 shade options. Multiple brass finishes available. Also available in red and green.
The Haines. This stylish porcelain fixture with clean lines is a natural choice for the bath. Looks great alone or in pairs flanking a medicine cabinet. Also available in white.
Our switchplates come in a variety of configurations and always add a finishing touch to a room. Multiple finishes available.
Plain Round Cabinet Knob. Makes a crisp, elegant statement. HIghly versatile, great for bathroom cabinets and drawers.
The Mendenhall. This classic medicine cabinet design features crown lintel trim, a popular early-20th-century door and window casing treatment.
The Davis. A clean, simple backplate combined with a white porcelain knob makes this door set work well in traditional and modern settings. Multiple finishes, door knobs, and locking options available.
This frameless mirror has decorative corner etchings and beveled edges to create a polished look. Try it in the bath, bedroom, or foyer. Can be hung vertically or horizontally.
This WC sign is a fun way to bring a bit of the Victorian era into your bath. Coined in England around 1870, "water closet" orginally referred to a room with a flushing toilet. "WC" remains a common term across Europe today.
Made of iron sheets wrapped around mango wood, this circular mirror is both industrial and earthy. An intriguing addition to a bathroom, entry, or hall.
The Three Forks. A versatile and popular bathroom light. Works well over medicine cabinets and sinks. Create a custom look - multiple finish and shade options available.
The Hannah. This simple, versatile porcelain fixture is a natural choice for bathroom lighting. Shown here with a chrome-tipped globe.
The Hardy. A basic-but-stylish porcelain fixture made in Portland, Oregon. Works well in bathrooms and kitchens. Easily customize the look by choosing from our selection of metal dome shades.
The Cheshire. A classic fixture often used in bathrooms over a medicine cabinet. Customize by choosing from several finish choices and shade options.
The St. Helen. A stylish, functional fixture that works in both older and newer homes. It's easy to customize this fixture to suit your needs - choose from several different finish and shade options.
The Walton. A stylish, substantive fixture, and a favorite choice for installing over medicine cabinets. Customize this fixture by choosing from multiple finish and shade options.