Porcelain bathroom fixtures

Porcelain bathroom fixtures DEFAULT

Porcelain Finishing Pieces

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Add the perfect finishing touch to your bathroom with a porcelain fixture that seamlessly matches your wall tile design.

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White subway wall tile and green glass mosaic tile on shower wall.
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Add the perfect finishing touch to your bathroom with a porcelain fixture that seamlessly matches your wall tile design.

White subway wall tile and green glass mosaic tile on shower wall.

Porcelain Toilet Paper Holders, Towel Bars, Shelves and Soap Dishes

Upgrade your bathroom’s decor with the sophisticated look of porcelain fixtures. With glossy and matte finishes, these tile accessories help you complete your room with class. A variety of color options allows you to coordinate with your tile for a holistic design. Soap dishes, toilet paper holders and towel bars enhance the natural look of your powder room while corner wall shelves offer convenience as you indulge in your newly tiled shower. An assortment of recessed porcelain tile finishing pieces offers clean permanence to your overall look.

Color

White shower wall with corner shelf and soap dish.

 

Ice white bathroom tiles.
Shower wall with white marble subway tile and soap dish.

Whether you want to install a towel bar, soap dish, toilet paper holder, or shelf, The Tile Shop offers porcelain bathroom fixtures in three colors: bone, ice white and matte white.

Fixtures

White subway wall tile and green glass mosaic tile on shower wall.

 

 

 

Installing porcelain fixtures is a smart way to achieve a clean bathroom design. Add storage and space with a convenient porcelain towel bar. Functional toilet paper holders blend into your walls to let your bathroom’s style shine though. Install ridged soap dishes and quarter-circle corner shelves in your shower for a clean combination of function and design. You can install porcelain bathroom fixtures on ceramic, natural stone, glass and painted drywall.

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Porcelain Bathroom Faucets

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Porcelain bathroom fixtures are a classic choice and can work with almost any decorating style. They are popular because they are inexpensive and easy to clean.

Types of Porcelain Bathroom Fixtures

Most bathroom fixtures-sinks, toilets and bathtubs-are available in porcelain, which is a ceramic material. While many people think of porcelain as white, it is available in many colors depending on the manufacturer. Porcelain fixtures can look minimal and modern or include ornate detailing for a traditional look. Vintage porcelain fixtures are also popular additions to new bathroom renovations.

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Porcelain Sinks

  • Pedestal sinks: Pedestal or freestanding sinks are self-supporting. They are an elegant option and work especially well in small bathrooms; however, they decrease storage space due to the absence of a vanity. While porcelain pedestal sinks often look very traditional, they are available in modern designs as well.
  • Under mount sinks: This type of sink is set into the vanity counter top. Sometimes the porcelain lip of the sink is visible, and in other cases, the counter material covers the edge of the sink for a clean look.
  • Vessel sinks: A popular option, vessel sinks are set on the surface of the bathroom counter like a large bowl. The sink appears like a sculpture and can come in a variety of porcelain finishes and shapes.

Porcelain Toilets and Bidets

  • Tank toilet: The most common type of toilet is made in two pieces: the bowl and the tank.
  • One piece toilet: For a cleaner look, this porcelain toilet is cast in one piece.
  • Tankless toilet: By eliminating the tank, the toilet is a smaller fixture.
  • Wall mounted toilet: This toilet is lifted off the ground, making it easier to clean beneath. It is popular in modern designs.
  • Bidet: While more common in Europe and other countries than in the US, bidets are commonly made in porcelain and can be purchased as a match to your toilet design.

Porcelain Bathtubs

Porcelain is the most common finish for bathtubs; it is applied over a steel surface that provides structure. It is an ideal finish for a bathtub because it resists corrosion and abrasion. However, porcelain can chip or crack, resulting in rust. The two most common types of porcelain bathtubs are:

  • Freestanding tubs: Antique porcelain clawfoot tubs are the most well known, but there are also freestanding porcelain tubs that have modern metal legs or sit directly on the surface of the bathroom floor.
  • Drop in tubs: The most common type of bathtub, drop in tubs are built into a frame that is then covered by tile. Only the porcelain interior of the tub is visible.

Vintage Porcelain Fixtures

Using vintage fixtures in new bathroom renovations is a trend that is here to stay. Many vintage fixtures were made in porcelain. These antiques are often salvaged from old buildings that have been demolished. With a little cleaning and repair, they can add charm to your bathroom. Some sources for vintage plumbing fixtures include:

New Porcelain Fixture Manufacturers

You can purchase porcelain bathroom fixtures at most home improvement stores, and many websites provide you with a wide selection of styles, colors and price ranges. The three most common manufacturers of plumbing fixtures each offer many porcelain options:

Tips for Installing Porcelain Fixtures

While porcelain is a relatively durable material, take extra care when assembling or installing these fixtures to prevent chipping or scratches. Always read manufacturer's instructions and warranties before proceeding with installation, and when in doubt, hire a licensed plumbing contractor.If you decide to install the fixtures yourself, the first and most important step is to turn the water supply off at the nearest shut-off valve. Excess water will likely drain from the line after it is unhooked, so use a small bucket or empty pot to catch it.

Specific information on installing different porcelain fixtures:

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