Ever since I can remember, I always wanted a bathroom with a claw foot tub. One of the big selling features when I first looked at my house over 20 years ago was that each bathroom has a claw foot tub. If you’re a fan of older bathrooms too, you might enjoy these 10 ideas that show how to create a vintage inspired bathroom.
Adding a claw foot tub to your bathroom instantly creates a vintage vibe.
This floral-papered bathroom with a fireplace reminds me of something you’d see in a bed and breakfast. It would be even cooler if that fireplace worked and you could lounge in the tub with flickering flames going.
Many of you might remember a 50s style vintage inspired bathroom. They usually featured pink, green, or pale turquoise tile. The rotary wall phone finishes off the retro vibe.
Subway tile easily lends itself to a vintage inspired bathroom. Our Sears kit home had a wall treatment that looked like subway tile – but it was more like a paneling.
A vintage gilded mirror is an instant focal point and adds old world charm above the sinks.
Create a custom vanity by pairing an old cupboard with a farmhouse sink to serve as a vanity.
Perhaps the easiest way to create a vintage inspired bathroom is to showcase vintage mirrors and medicine cabinets on the walls.
Simple bulb light fixtures and a metal hospital style mirror and shelf take you back to the 30s and 40s.
For a flea market, vintage inspired bathroom, add a one-of-a-kind tub to your bathroom. It makes such an impact, no other wall adornment is needed.
Are you a lover of the vintage inspired bathroom with claw foot tubs, old sinks, and maybe even a pull-chain toilet? Or do you prefer the modern bathrooms of today with walk-in showers and jet tubs?