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If you’re lucky to have a 60s bathroom: You’re lucky you can have this toilet

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There is nothing that makes a true retro renovator happier, than finding the perfect toilet.

I have a 50s house, so I must have a 2-piecer. And today, there is nothing new that really fits that old groove so my recommendation is basically, something innocuous.

However, if you have 60s home with a more defined modern style, you can go with a 1-piece elongated toilet like this Champion Elongated from American Standard. I particularly would like to see this suite — including the toilet, tub and sink — in gray. Or: Match it to the sinks in today’s ebay pick.

And remember: Painted wood seat, chrome attachment hardware.

  1. Faye A Lingenfelter says:

    Anyone have any idea what the most popular kitchen paint color was in 1964 for a tri-level home in the delaware area?

    1. pam kueber says:

      We do not sell anything here. Head to our category Bathroom Help / Toilets for all our research and resources identified.

      Good luck.

  2. Lynn Sistek says:

    We just removed a rheem toilet with the date of June 26, 1964. It works great; however; we needed to replace it for a higher style. It is lavender.

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