In one of my previous blogs I wrote about the perfect sanitary ware for 1930s apartments or houses.
In Brussels however many houses date from the turn of the century: the last few years of 1800 and the beginning of the 1900. In fact, these are the years where the greatest urban expansion took place, especially in the new “suburbs” (back then), right outside the ramparts (the current mini ring).
If you are renovating a house of that era and want to create a bathroom that feels like it always belonged there, read on for some tips.
Aquaprestige Victorian & Belgravia Collection
Aquaprestige is a Belgian brand specialising in classical-looking sanitaryware.
The Victorian and Belgravia collections have a turn-of-the-century look with the functionality of contemporary sanitaryware.
I particularly like the sink with the higher border around the basin and the floral hand rinser, if you’re after something a bit more daring!
Heritage Bathrooms Dorchester Collection
Heritage Bathrooms is a British brand specialising in classical sanitaryware.
The Dorchester collection has a romantic look that fits well in period bathrooms as well as with a country style.
There is a great choice of sinks, including some with furniture. Add some special features, like a period mirror or some panelling in the lower part of the wall, to recreate a traditional atmosphere.
Burlington Bathrooms Edwardian Collection
Burlington Bathrooms is another British brand specialising in traditional bathrooms.
Their Edwardian collection of sinks has a turn-of-the-century look and comes in many widths and in two heights, which is always useful.
For the rest of the sanitaryware there is a wide selection of toilets and bidets and also of bathtubs, mostly in this style.
Most of these products are available online.
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