Is this tile close enough to 'vintage' for an 1870's house?
We are redoing the lone upstairs bathroom in our 1870's farmhouse--some aspects of our house are Victorian--very thick, fancy molding, a somewhat "grand" entrance, etc. The bathrooms, which were put in whenever indoor plumbing came around, were redone in the 1950's...and not in a classy, retro way! So we gutted the upstairs bath and will do the same to the downstairs at a later date.
Is this tile close enough to "period?" Bathroom is small--about 7' wide, 10' long (that's including the tub!), and 7' ceilings (the back 1/3 the house has lower ceilings...the front has 9' upstairs)
here's the vanity we've already purchased--wood is actually quite a bit darker but counter is more creamy/tan-ish crema marfil.
Thanks for your opinions--any other suggestions (other than a different vanity--that's already purchased!!) are appreciated!
Sarah from Albany