Unique tank levers and paper holders brings a sense of history and style to your toilet and high tank pull chain toilets recapture the nostalgic styling of a simpler time.
Bathroom renovations often include replacing all bathroom fixtures but the toilet is normally one of the last items on the shopping list. Toilets, also referred to as water closets, are available in a surprising number of styles to suit contemporary as well as traditional themed bathrooms. Vintage style two-piece toilets feature elegant shapes and decorative accents on their tanks and bowls. Recreating designs from the early 1900's, antique reproduction pull-chain toilets and two-piece toilets lend authenticity to vintage baths.
Two-piece toilets are the most common type of toilet today. A two-piece toilet's tank and bowl are separate pieces that are attached to one another during the installation process. The configuration of the two-piece toilets has remained essentially unchanged for nearly a century. Much of the mechanics have also changed very little, however, there are now toilets with high efficiency and dual flushing mechanisms for today's environmentally conscious consumer.
Pull chain toilets were common fixtures of baths of Victorian and Arts & Crafts period homes. Pull chain toilets are also known as high tank toilets because the tanks of these antique toilets are mounted high on the wall above their bowls. Antique reproductions of high tank pull chain toilets are popular choices for those wanting to create a vintage themed bathroom reminiscent of those at the turn of the 20th century.
Toilet paper holders make an important contribution to bathroom renovations. Our freestanding pedestal toilet paper holders or wall mount toilet paper holders can be paired with complete sets of matching towel bars and rings, hooks, soap dishes, and other bath accessories to create a coordinated look. Both freestanding paper holders and wall mounted paper holders are available in a wide range of styles and finishes to complete your bathroom project.
Shutoff valves, also called stops or cutoff valves, simplify installation and maintenance of faucets and toilets. Angle stops for water supplies roughed-in through the wall and straight stops for water supplies roughed-in through the floor are available in a variety of decorative finishes which make them as attractive as they are functional.