We recently highlighted the new book from Brooklyn design firm Workstead,
Workstead: Interiors of Beauty and Necessity. Among the 10 interior projects featured within is the renovation of a Colonial Revival in Park Slope, Brooklyn. While the bathroom features historic details not easily replicated, we liked the look so much that we sleuthed out a host of similar elements to recreate the unique look.
Above: The vintage-feeling bath in the Prospect Park renovation. Photograph by Matthew Williams from Workstead: Interiors of Beauty and Necessity. Paint
Above: The bathroom walls are painted with Farrow & Ball Ammonite. Faucets & Fixtures
Above: The Waterworks Foro Deck Mounted Lavatory Faucet, shown in Burnished Brass, is $4,913.
Above: Sourced from Historic Houseparts, a Classic 1920’s Porcelain Pedestal Sink is $637.46. For more ideas see our post 10 Easy Pieces: Traditional Pedestal Sinks.
Above: The Waterworks Aero Tub Filler Faucet shown in Brass is $4,450.
Above: The Rejuvenation 5 Foot Clawfoot Tub with a Gray Exterior is $3,736. Lighting
Above: For a similar light fixture, the designer’s own Canopy Sconce in Brass comes to mind; $1,450 at Workstead. Accessories
Above: The Rejuvenation Bowman Round Pivot Mirror in Aged Brass is $415.
Above: For something similar to the vintage brass towel warmer seen in the kitchen, the Waterworks Universal Metal Towel Warmer in Burnished Brass is a close fit; $2,988.
Above: The Kiso Lifestyle Labo Hinoki Bath Mat is $250 at Amayori.
Above: Source a similar vintage rug from Brooklyn dealer Sharktooth such as this 1800’s Navajo Rug sized 2 by 4 feet; $900.
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