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custom master vanity and slab sink by Avante interiors photos by Mike Kelley
the wall/mirror. I really like that. I like this clean simple modern mirror, I like the style of the sink, obviously just one and probably in white.
Custom trough wall hung double
full length mirrors stone counters wood
mirrors with faucet mounts
Beautiful sink layout Faucet from mirror!
vertical bathroom mirror
Jerry Jacobs Design, Inc.
Presidio heights apartment
Are these custom made? or you can buy them somewhere?
We use different companies for custom work. I agree with you RT is great as are many other manufacturers who incorporate ergonomics into their structures fortunately as well. We do not
painting mirrored table chair
Soft gold fabric, mirrored coffee table, elegant look
bare minimum. The result? A welcoming, comfortable living room. Surprise elements are twofold: The ethereal, mustardy Susan Spies abstract and the mirrored coffee table are both lovely anchors. The round lines of the Michael Taylor club chair pair well with the classic, silk velvet Century Furniture roll-arm
San Francisco Charmer
The bench is custom made, sorry.
I had them custom made.
Love the sunburst mirror above the bed. Looks symbollic. But I do love the herringbone rug under the bed too.
Mirror above headboard
mirror over bed...Bed. Mirror....sunburst mirror
Master Bathroom #1
two sconces installed in the mirrors (only one sconce may be visible on the left because of the angle of the picture). If there was one thing we would have done differently, we would have added a third sconce to flank the sitting area, but could not be added once the mirrors were installed. Vanities are
are pre-fab with feet and several other small additions to give them a custom look and feel.
The cabinets throughout the house were custom designed and manufactured by Timberland Cabinetry, a local (Middle Tennessee) company. The cabinets were painted by the manufacturer with Extra White (SW7006)
Lighting. In the mirror sconces.
full mirror over sink and vanity
Linda Seeger Interior Design
PARADISE VALLEY RESIDENCE - COLORFUL ECLECTIC
I am assuming these pieces were custom made but I would like to know what colour and brand the paint is, please. Thx
Large vanity with free standing mirror
Lights next to mirror, Designer art, Chandalier over island, chair w/ottoman
LOVE THE MIRROR - MAKEUP DESK IDEA - GRAY PAINT
Chair, mirror etc...Mirrored drawers...mirrored cabinets...mirrored drawers...Custom Cabinetry
of the transom window to the barrel vault ceiling is a great design feature, along with the radius molding treatment at the vanity mirror.
The color is completely custom done, and yes the cabinets are glazed. Thank you for your interest! ...
It's custom applied venetian plaster. Thanks for your interest! ...
makeup area in center is beautiful! Then do one of the framed mirrors over my sink and the other framed mirror over just counterspace. But I love the sconce lighting over the small cabinets.
Kathleen Bost Architecture + Design
Palo Alto remodel
How far did you take mirror to floor? Encased in trim? More photos?
The shower curtain was custom made. The chains were purchased on-line from The Chain Gallery.
Nice idea, a mirror wall in the bath to make it look bigger.
Mirror has trim around it. Looks good for guest bath
adds pattern. “We dropped it from a curtain rail with chains to let natural light into the room,” says Bost.Shower curtain, grommets, hooks, chains: custom; curtain fabric: Kerry Joyce Textiles; Osgood Pendant: Arteriors
Patrick Sutton Associates
Can anyone tell me where the mirror is from?
Do you have the resource the mirror? I have a condition where it would work perfectly. Thanks in advance.
repurposed vanity, curved shape with mirror above
I like the early american style and custom look of this vanity
was the height of a typical wooden dresser being used with a washbasin back in the day. Repurposing vintage furniture can be an economical way to customize the vanity height for your bath: simply add feet or cut away a portion of the base. Unless it’s a true antique, there is no need to fear altering