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Toilet seats in 94 colors – for your retro bathroom

I think I have finally lost my marbles. Jumping up and down in my office, all excited to find a company that offers 94 different colors of toilet seats… and dying to share it — to stop the presses — to postpone the planned laminate story — get this NEWS on the blog!

Thanks to Sales Manager John at deabath.com, who provided a quick-as-a-flash answer to my question about where to find vintage-color toilet seats. I think John knows everything. Readers: Send me questions. Let’s test him! I’ll get a radio show. Like Click and Clack, only… about Vintage Plumbing.

So, the company that performs this wonderful service to all of mid mod America, is Bemis Inc. from Sheboygan Falls, Wisconsin. Elongated, or round-bowl. Plastic – but it will do if I wanted…needed…the perfect pink toilet seat.

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  1. Rebecca Werley says:

    I just used the link in your article above to order 5 paint chips to match our 1954 American Standard blue toilet. I can’t believe how excited I am to finally find a source to match our toilet! It has an awful wood seat now. Have ordered several other seats from Amazon etc. and none match. Classic Colors actually lists all of the possible colors for each manufacturer – can’t wait to see the chips! Will update!

    1. Clara says:

      Did it work? My daughter is redoing her bathroom with blue tub, sink and toilet…she also has a wooden seat tne lid…

  2. Debra Lubrano says:

    Hi,
    We are in need of an avocado toilet . Our tub and sink are avocado and like the look.
    Please advise .
    Or if they do not make them what color would you suggest
    Thanks,
    Debbie

  3. Patricia Hulbert says:

    Needed: Borg-Warner light yellow toilet bowl. Inside tank inscription Apr 5 1973 Would buy whole toilet if can find.

    1. Pam Kueber says:

      Hi Lori, I recall this coming up once, but can’t find a story per se. My recollection is that someone did it: Using marine paint. As in, the kind of paint for boats. That said, check with the companies who make it for specification recommendations.

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