Old home renovations often include undoing previous kitchen remodels that stripped the home of its original period character. Homes built during the 1920’s featured kitchens and bathrooms with distinctive faucets and fixtures that reflected the Art Deco design movement. Because Art Deco faucets and fixtures were so unique to the period, they were often replaced in decades that followed in favor of faucets and fixtures that reflected the latest trends. Unfortunately, post Art Deco industrial design was much more pragmatic and so the kitchen or bathroom’s style was often tossed into the dumpster along with their unique Art Deco faucets and fixtures.
If returning Art Deco style to your 1920’s kitchen is a part of your home renovation project, consider including one of Strom Plumbing’s new Art Deco style deck mount faucets and Art Deco wall mount kitchen faucets. Strom’s Art Deco kitchen faucets borrow many of the distinctive styling features from their very popular Mississippi series of Art Deco lavatory faucets including angular faucet bodies, spouts and handles. In addition to period appropriate chrome and polished nickel plated finishes, Strom Plumbing also offers their Art Deco kitchen faucets with a brushed nickel finish, which is a popular modern variation of the classic nickel finish.
If an Art Deco bathroom remodel is a part of your home renovation project, check out our previous Art Deco bathroom related blog entries including: Art Deco Style Bath Tubs, Faucets and Hardware: Streamline Choices for Your Art Deco Bathroom Design and New Art Deco Pedestal Sinks & Console Sinks: Introducing Futuristic Bathroom Sinks from the Past .