1970s Vintage Bathroom Lighting

December 23rd, 2012 · 4 Comments

Hanging lamps in the bathroom of a 1976 Campbellsville, Kentucky home.

1976 vintage original hanging lamp lighting retro bathroom Campbellsville Kentucky home house for sale

Hanging light globes in the bathroom of a 1978 Martin, Tennessee home.

1978 vintage original hanging lamp globes lighting retro bathroom Martin Tennessee home house for sale

Tags: Bathroom · Lighting · Other US Cities · 1970s

4 responses so far ↓

  • 1 Picky // Dec 23, 2012 at 3:41 pm

    #1 is a beautifully preserved bathroom but what a strange lamp it has. Don’t think you would be getting much light from the fixtures in either bathroom.

  • 2 Joshua // Dec 31, 2012 at 1:56 pm

    Picky is just being so, well… PICKY again! It’s right there in the name, “picky”! Anyway, the 2 lights on each side in the bathroom reminds me of the “Bubble Lighting” from the 1974 house that I grew up in. Yeah, I’m glad people actually used their noggins back then, and put a wall where the toilet is to block it when somebody’s going! I wish someone could tell me why they just don’t do that in most cases now days. Maybe if someone knows or finds out you could just comment right back!

  • 3 Greeney // Jan 22, 2013 at 12:36 pm

    I agree, Joshua. That wall is necessary to keep germs away from the vanity. I also wish they still built them. I lived in a 1988 house that had it for 14 years, and though everything else about that house was a nightmare, I do miss the bathrooms. ….With the above photos, I find the first one fascinating. I wouldn’t mind it as my basement bathroom. The powder blue fixtures are gorgeous, and the lights match the Victorian charm of the Priscilla curtains, which tie in with the powder blue theme. I find the second bathroom more functional with the partition, but I have an aversion to the choice of color for the fixtures, as well as the overall look of the room.

  • 4 Andrew // Mar 21, 2013 at 11:25 pm

    Groovy blue bathroom.

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