1928 Spanish Stucco Remodel - Seeking info on original items
I just bought and remodeled a 1928 spanish stucco in the "View Park" area of Los Angeles. The house was in horrible shape when we bought it, but after 8 weeks and lots of restoration I'm incredibly happy. From what I understand, the iron light-sconces, handrails, chandeliers, hand-carved doors, woodworking, brass handles, bathroom tubs and sinks are from the 1920s. As are the floors, which had been carpeted over since 1958.
A friend told me the bathroom tiles, bathtub handles and some of the light switch covers are from the 1940s. If anyone has any detail on when some of these items might be from I'd love to know!
The kitchen tiles are european clay terra-cotta from "Classic Tile & Mosaic". The kitchen pendant lights are from "Rejuvenation". And of course the recessed lights are new.
Here is gallery 1 of the rooms - http://imgur.com/a/iKAxe
And gallery 2 of more detailed photos - http://imgur.com/a/m6fXz