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all brassified. Interesting that I love the mirror, the light fixtures, the sink and faucet, yet somehow this bathroom doesn't do it for me. I think it's the plastery look to the walls, and the fact that the mirror is too high and the pictures don't look right the way they're arranged
Example of Delft tile to imitate
I was thinking about using powder-coated glass as a shower surround. Ikea has powder-coated glass tabletops. One could use the tabletops PLUS pretty glass tile, like penny tile, to fill in where the glass doesn't cover. Here's a good example of how that could work.
I like how they tiled in the mirror.
Pretty, feminine, functional, not ostentatious, Love the mirrors, tile floor, lantern chandelier, wall sconces, rug, seat
faux bamboo trim on the vanity -- maybe could steal the idea using a dresser
It's cool looking
This is pretty much what I want to do with the cabinet I got at Goodwill. II need to find a sink that will fit, though.
If we win the lottery, we should use these interior designers. They have my exact taste, I think.
Colors, cheerfulness, mixture of white and wood cabinetry
the walls and ceiling are really beautiful, as is the glass mosaic sink, mirrors, light fixture, etc.
awesomeness all around
iridescent glass, checkerboard marble tile, banquette -- room needs some color!
using a buffet as a vanity
Using that desk/console as a vanity. Layout is very like our bathroom, but they made theirs look not dumb.
WOO WEE do I ever LOVE that mirror!
Read the description of how she did this. Pretty cool, and do-able!
I like the Travertine set on the diagonal -- I know it's used a lot, but I really like it anyway. It's all natural and it's cheap.
HEY! We could upholster one of the several piano stools we have and use it to HOLD STUFF in the bathroom! HEY!