Every little girl dreams of having a bathroom vanity like this, don't they? Well, our client decided she was worth every penny of it and it turned in to a dream come true for her. (Oh, and yes, her husband had his own (smaller) vanity on the opposite side of the bathroom...)
The cabinetry was custom built and includes a full sink vanity and separate makeup table. We got creative with the countertop corner cabinet which can be opened from either side.
The natural materials in the travertine floor, marble countertops, and handmade ceramic backsplash tile made this bathroom the pinnacle of elegance.
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Could you tell me the manufacture of the mirror or where to purchase »
Is the corner cabinet custom? - I have an L shaped vanity area with a sink on one wall and sink and makeup area on the other. I am thinking about moving one sink so that both are on one wall and the other side is the make up vanity. »
Lovely bathroom! Do you feel the wainscoting, vanity and trim should be the same color or very similar? - Is it 42" wainscoting? I'm trying to figure out how to dovetail wainscoting and tile backsplash with a vanity -- wall extending about 4.5" beyond countertop on right side (to bedroom door frame) and putting a half wall on other side, possibly same distance out. I see how a flat edge on the counter helps. Thanks for your advice! »
This is a pretty bathroom. What is the beige backsplash?
It appears to be part of the counter top. I would like to do this with a biscuit wall tile rather than white. Could you suggest an appropriate color marble top or quartz top?
Thank you. »
not sure that I like that the make up desk will butt up against a plain panel - what does it look like underneath? If it is dead space can I not have the triangle cupboard all the way down to the floor?