Pink porcelain art deco toilet paper holder | zangra

pink porcelain Art Deco toilet paper holder

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A contemporary vintage style

Do you want a bathroom that stepped right out of the 1960s? Then go for zangra's collection of coloured retro porcelain! Besides white, zangra also chose two typical retro colours and used them to create an extensive collection of bathroom accessories and lighting. Choose between powder pink or retro green and, of course, white.

How high should you hang a toilet paper holder?

You are free to hang your toilet roll holder wherever you want. We at zangra recommend that the toilet paper holder be set between 75 and 95cm above the floor. The ideal distance between the centre of your toilet bowl and the centre of the holder is about 45cm. In other words, approximately 10cm from the toilet bowl. Always hang the toilet paper holder to the left or to the right, but not in front of the toilet bowl.

Tips and ideas for a retro bathroom

The use of colour is essential when creating a retro bathroom. Consider shades such as mint green and vintage pink combined with lots of white and avoid overly bright colours.
Features of bathrooms from yesteryear include clawfoot bathtubs and freestanding sinks with authentic taps. Don't forget the classic porcelain vanity shelf between the basin and the mirror to complete the look! Place vintage bathroom accessories and a pretty porcelain tumbler for your toothbrushes on this shelf.
With retro bathroom accessories, you can give your bathroom a nostalgic feel without big expenses. Think nice details like a porcelain toilet roll holder, toilet brush holder, an antique mirror, or a porcelain towel holder.
Lighting is of great importance. Choose a ceiling light that you position at the center of the room, and always install mirror lighting along both sides of the mirror to avoid illuminating only half of your face. Opt for porcelain in sober white or a retro colour such as pink or green.
With these tips, you can easily create your retro bathroom in a stylish way.

Do not use an electrical screwdriver
Do not use electrical screwdrivers when installing ceramic or porcelain items. We recommend to first drill a hole in the wall, fit the right plugs inside and use a manual screwdriver to fix the screws in place. Be especially careful during the final tightening of the screws.