Another source for vintage bathroom sinks in a variety of vintage colors — Sinks from Match My Tile. Their prices are not Re-Store prices, but they have done the legwork for you — scooping up sinks from all over their region to make an easy-to-shop stockpile.
Note, this story includes affiliate links to ebay — that is, I earn a small commission if you click and end up buying something.This seller has a wide variety of colorful bathroom sinks available as well as interesting shapes and configurations — like this pink sink above.
Our products come from EVERYWHERE – literally. We did make a large purchase on the retro oval and round sinks from a Saginaw Restore, but we scout at any recycling, reclaiming, home improvement, old stores, plumber friends, Craigslist, eBay, and sometimes people who know what we do actually have dropped off loads of ceramic products from projects in our driveway (that was pretty funny, actually).
Just yesterday, I finished preliminary work on our website that at this point features our sinks (at least half of them). It took a year, but we can now handle our matching service, location and shipping with speed and quality. If you ever saw that UPS type commercial when the business went from 1 order to 1000 orders, we have been blessed to have a fair amount of success matching tiles and providing replacement ceramic products enough to keep all of us pretty busy – while trying to get inventory and organization under control. About half of our inventory is actually available for sale – and we are now just venturing outside of ebay.
We also have a Facebook site – The King of Thrones, which shows our current warehouse setup and some fun stuff.
- Which “green” do you have or want? See our story: The color green in kitchens and baths from 1928 to 1962.
They also currently have >> Lots of replacement tile listings too.
Mega thanks to Diane from MatchmyTile/King of Thrones for granting us permission to feature some of her photos. Shiny! Colorful!