10 Best Industrial-Chic Bath Accessories

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    Industrial Style: Why We Love It

    Photo © Pottery Barn

    Industrial style is all about well-worn wood, etched glass and rough metal. It's a humble, utilitarian look that resonates with a lot of folks these days. Industrial, a subset of traditional style, is comfortable and simple, the antithesis of slick, please-don't-touch decor that's intended to impress. And because industrial style celebrates the look of salvaged materials, it can be as affordable as a DIY shelf crafted from old plumbing pipe or as pricey as a handcrafted chrome soaking...MORE tub (read on).  

    If stripped-down industrial style is a look you could warm up to, take a peek at the bath accessories on these pages for further inspiration. 

    Pictured above: Pottery Barn's Benchwright Medicine Cabinet ($399) exudes the rustic warmth of 19th-century factory furniture. The beveled mirror and deeply weathered poplar frame with exposed hardware give this piece its bold industrial style.

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    Vintage-Style Iron Vanity

    Photo © Home Decorators Collection

    With its distressed, coppery finish and architectural scrollwork, the Sydney Iron Vanity from the Home Decorators Collection resembles the kind of cabinet often found in 19th-century homes. This industrial-chic vanity features a porcelain bowl and both open and closed storage. ($279).

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    Copper Faucet

    Photo © Signature Hardware

    Some might argue that copper is too shiny to qualify as "industrial." However, if you picture old copper plumbing pipes, you'll know why I disagree. Signature Hardware's single-hole Rotunda Faucet is designed to perch atop a vessel sink. The simple lines of this faucet will complement a contemporary bathroom, but paired with other copper accents, this could be the focal point of a vintage-style bath. ($139.)

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    Over-the-Toilet Shelving

    Photo © Hayneedle

    The Orleans Space Saver is crafted from sturdy, powder-coated steel and four marble laminated shelves. This charming, New Orleans-inspired piece fits over most standard-sized toilet tanks and provides storage without sacrificing floorspace. ($219.)

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    Galvanized Metal Vanity Light

    Photo © Shades of Light

    This vanity light is like an industrial revolution for your bath. It's crafted from a repurposed  metal trough with space for five vintage Edison bulbs. ($139.00).

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    Copper Lipstick Holder

    Photo © Anthropologie

    How sweet (and useful) would the Vestige Lipstick Holder look on your vanity? It's crafted from solid brass with a glass shelf. ($28.)

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    Vintage Faucet Towel Hooks

    Photo © Dot & Bo

    With this sturdy Hang Up the Faucet shelf, you can stash towels and robes within easy reach of the shower. The three hooks are formed from iron faucets, adding a vintage-like splash to your bathroom. ($32.99)

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    Hotel-Style Shower Curtain

    Photo © Pottery Barn

    Pottery Barn's Grand shower curtain features crisp stripes and loads of vintage style. It's made of pure cotton trimmed with a triple row of satin-stitched embroidery, and can be monogrammed with a single initial. ($59)

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    Slate Bath Accessories

    Photo © West Elm

    Crafted of gray slate, the simple, solid lines of these West Elm bath accessories are a perfect complement to an industrial style bathroom.


    Slate. $10-$19

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    Chrome Soaking Tub

    Photo © Restoration Hardware

    Crafted of cast iron, the Piedmont Pedestal Soaking Tub is a reproduction of 19th-century slipper-style design. It features a polished chrome finish, solid brass fittings and porcelain accents. The floor-mounted tub-fill faucet and telephone style handheld shower are typical of the period. While not strictly industrial, the metal finish and simple lines convey the perfect vintage vibe. ($8,105).