Arts and Crafts bathroom relocation

This bathroom was carved out of a narrow sewing room that received much better light than the original bathroom. The natural craze subway tiles were salvaged and reset, as was the 5 1/2 foot, 20" deep apron tub. The very large porcelain pedestal sink, though not original to the house, dates from the same year (1921) as the house. The faucets date from 1924 and were reconditioned and re-plated in polished nickel. Other details such as trim and hardware are either original, contemporaneous, or modeled after features in other parts of the house or other homes dating from the same style/region/period. The toilet, shower valve and light fixtures are anachronistic. The mirror is kid friendly, but also anachronistic because of its size and position, though its frame replicates that of the original medicine cabinet.
“Tile floor and half wall, pedestal sink” — Jennifer Blakely
Arts and Crafts bathroom relocation
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Original Subway tiles reset in new location. Variations in the natural crackle required methodical layout.
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