Linoleum - Scotland exhibition
In 1877, he started producing linoleum — invented elsewhere by a Yorkshireman who let his patent lapse — and Kirkcaldy acquired its 'queer-like' smell of linseed oil. The family firm expanded into Europe and America and dominated the market. The Nairn' brochure for the 1924 British Empire Exhibition promoted the flooring as being hygienic, stylish, and suitable for every room in the house — as well as the decks of warships.Catalogue pages showing linoleum pattern
Five vintage Lavanette "Vanette" bathroom vanities - oh my, fantastic! -
Here’s a rare sight to be seen, five hard-to-find vintage Beauty Queen Lavanette “Vanette” steel bathroom vanities, all found in one building in northern California, and..
Dave Spencer on Instagram: “Gasp! Double bathroom sinks in the 50s?!? . . #interiorsphotography #realestatephotography #retro #authentic #formica #bathroomdesign…”
Vintage Formica® Brand Laminate in a 1950s bathroom via @davespencerphotography