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Two-tapped sinks, unlike the more contemporary single-spigot design, were common in the United States in the 19th and early 20th centuries. They continue to be a staple in bathrooms across Britain, although stateside they're more common in historic houses. But if you're in search of a more rigorously vintage bathroom, adopt the English tradition. This classic example—a sink basin with an ornamental braided border and two tall taps—amps up the bathroom's style without cramping its utility.
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