541 modern baby dresser Bath Design Photos

Garrison Hullinger Interior Design Inc.
41 Reviews
Powder Room
Ideabooks38,812
Questions20
How is the top of the dresser finished so as not to damage it?
on sites like Ballard Design or other Home Decor sites, but I have not seen anything like it lately. I did a quick internet search for 'two drawer dresser, curved legs' and you'll get some great links...this one looked unique: http://www.belleescape.com/green-chest-of-drawers-reclaimed-wood-top.html
Dresser -- like both the color and the distressed style.
Love the use of vintage dresser as base for sink.
Like the vessel sink on a dresser -- see one in den
Sink & repurposed dresser as vanity
Colors and dresser. add sink to dresser
White and use of dresser as sink
I love the mix of styles you see with this sink vanity. A low vintage dresser is paired with a vessel sink and modern faucet. The result is one eye-catching piece for the bathroom.
“Teri” — budzbud
Koch Architects, Inc. Joanne Koch
5 Reviews
Master Bathroom / Closet
Ideabooks1,869
Questions2
Floating bath vanity with window flanked by mirrors, built in dresser and lights in foreground
built in dresser/mirror in shallow space
modern inset drawers
Mirror above built in dresser
Wood floating dresser
dresser area for bathroom
in dresser in closet
Hallway with dresser
Dresser to closet...M closet dresser...Built in dresser...dresser drawers
“Jim, closet” — misspattik
Panageries
13 Reviews
Masters Residence
Ideabooks17,689
Questions11
love the dresser for towel and extra soap storage
I like the tall boy dresser
Vintage pieces mixed with modern style. Love this. Only thing I would change is the toilet placement. I still would rather have a toilet that is separate from the shower/bath area.
Vintage pieces mixed with modern style
narrow base, this leg is often capped with a dome. The foot may be a ball or a Spanish foot (a flared foot ending in a scroll).This glorious highboy dresser shows off beautiful trumpet legs.
Isn’t this a gorgeous chest? But it is also a significant hazard to your ones, particularly when they start to climb. Babies start pulling up on furniture shortly after they start crawling. And when they learn how to climb, well, can you spell T-R-O-U-B-L-E? According to
“love the tub and floors” — mariannebraca
Loudoun County Kitchen & Bath Designer
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Schrader & Companies
11 Reviews
Powder Room
Ideabooks1,278
Questions4
original structure and architecture true, but updated with energy-efficient Marvin windows and a new front door. Then moved inside. The owners wanted a modern, livable home that suited the way they live today. Schrader came through by melding state-of-the-art products and materials with a style that can
balusters and a balcony overlooking the foyer. Repurposing the old laundry room into a functional mudroom enhanced the family entrance. The truly modern kitchen looks as beautiful as it cooks. A 48-inch Wolf range is set off by a lavish François & Co. stone backsplash and very detailed custom cabinets
I like the dresser in bath
Love the vanity use an antique dresser
love the dresser and love the wall paper!
“Wallpaper on ceiling” — ginad99
Patrick Sutton Associates
2 Reviews
Easton House
Ideabooks16,389
Questions10
love this from an old dresser!
bathroom vanities can range anywhere from 29 to 36 inches in height. The standard is typically 30 inches, which 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
“Love it!” — pghpny
Shannon Ggem ASID
13 Reviews
California Collected
Ideabooks1,201
Questions3
Where did u get the vanity? Is it a converted dresser? Love the stone
This is vanity that we bought through the plumbing showroom, beautiful product- it's made to be a vanity, which is nice because dressers often are not deep enough to hold a sink and are unusual heights. The stone is sometimes refered to as Athens Gray. Hope that's helpful!
Colors: taupe, gold, turquoise, aqua, green. "The mirror and sconces are traditional and glamorous. The dresser-style vanity adds a little quirkiness, and the Athens gray countertop is a modern touch. Wallpaper:
aqua, green … it’s one big color explosion.” The mirror and sconces are traditional and glamorous. The dresser-style vanity adds a little quirkiness, and the Athens gray countertop is a modern touch. Wallpaper: Thibault; sconces: Currey & Company; mirror: Uttermost; vanity: Cole + Co.; towel bars:
“Sink in dresser” — Sustainable Living Envrionments
Kimberley Bryan
6 Reviews
My Houzz: Busy Family Farmhouse
Ideabooks570
Questions0
skylight and clerestory windows. The walls are painted a light blue that was matched to a piece of fabric. Air plants dot the wall alongside a vintage dresser, which was repurposed to hold toiletries. The floor is covered in marble tile.
skylight and clerestory windows. The walls are painted a light blue that was matched to a piece of fabric. Air plants dot the wall alongside a vintage dresser, which was repurposed to hold toiletries. The floor is covered in marble tile. Sink: American Standard; tillandsia holders: Tilly holders, Tiggy &
“bathroom” — katzdoll
Elad Gonen
1 Review
bathroom
Ideabooks5,197
Questions7
The vanity is soooo fun...I have a semi modern bath and would love to tone down a bit and thought this would be fun to incorporate into the design. Did you refurb and old dresser??? I love, love, love this. Thank you for sharing your picture to help inspire
Drop in sink with converted dresser vanity
dresser - turned into sink. love
Yellow it up. Modernize a console-turned-vanity (a great idea in itself!) with a playful yellow sink. Choose a sink in a warmer shade of yellow so it feels more like sunshine than highlighter, then help it sing with complementary patterned floor tiles and a backsplash.
“cool floor” — Portia Furst/Portia Designs
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