Remodeling, decor and home improvement for mid century and vintage homes
We help you remodel and decorate your home in mid-century and vintage style.
Renovate your kitchen
or your bathroom
tour a time capsule
... and share in a like-minded community passionate about their old houses.
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bathroom tile help & ideas
readers and their bathrooms
sinks & vanities
3 shower pans in enameled cast iron from Kohler
Shower pans: Swanstone…Crane terrazzo…Tile-Redi
Sterling ‘Starscape’ — a fun retro shower door for a midcentury bathroom
Bathroom Help Category -- Also note those subcategories in the orange navigation, above!
All our stories about shower bases are archived here.
Very importantly: Always remember to
Be Safe / Renovate Safe
Retro shower decals with the vintage etched glass look...
Bath tubs and shower bases in 18 retro colors — including Dresden Blue, Da...
9 shower bases in 4 different materials that could be great for midcentury bathr...
Need a shower base? Consider Corian Silver Birch — a customizable proxy fo...
Terrazzo shower bases in 30 sizes and shapes...
Two affordable porcelain-on-steel shower bases from Bootz – starting at $1...
Retro atomic tub and shower knobs — at an affordable price...
Folding accordion tub and shower doors...
Small shower receptor bathtubs...
6 inch center tub and shower valves and faucets...
Bathroom floor tile with treads … Be cognizant about choosing flooring wit...
Japanese maple leaf shower doors in A. Quincy Jones 1968 house — delightfu...
My fiberglass shower base now looks like new...
Cleaning the bathtub slip resistant bottom: OMG, it’s like new!...
Ideas for a small bathroom: My beige bathroom Video #2 — Things I Like...
10 vintage shower doors help answer, What kind of shower door for my retro bathr...
Terrazzo shower pan from Stern Williams...
Retro bathroom: Crane shower bases in terrazzo — a most noble, retro mater...
Victorian-style cast iron shower pan...
BE SAFE / RENOVATE SAFE!
Get informed and be aware about the environmental & safety hazards in old homes, materials and products. #1 RULE: Consult with your own properly licensed professionals. More info:
See our Be Safe/Renovate page
EPA asbestos website
EPA lead website
U.S.F.A. – fire safety
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