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Structures, Inc.
Pure Luxe
like the look of cabinet, like a piece of furniture
furniture feet, closed storage on top of vanity, either side of sinks
I like the applied molding and feet on the vanity that makes it look like furniture.
tapered legs with toe kick
“Large tile” — meresnyd
Erica George Dines Photography
Stern Turner Home
How high are the legs on the cabinet? Thank you.
Bathroom vanity with legs. Easy to clean under and gives it a furniture look.
Guest Room Vanity? Like it looking like furniture with the legs.
the mirror when getting ready, a freestanding vanity with extra leg height is a great idea. Tip: If you're installing radiant floor heating, you'll want it to go all the way under your vanity with a design like this. That way your feet will still stay warm when you're up close to the mirror. We prefer
I love how this vanity has higher legs and extra foot room. Traditional bathroom and kitchen cabinets often have a smaller kick space (the little recess below the bottom drawers) with little
“everything” — beckyherritt
David Sharff Architect, P.C.
12 Reviews
Victorian Restoration
the furniture feet on the vanity are a nice touch
The legs on the vanity give it a more furniture look and feel
Like the cabinet feet and color
Cabinetry furniture toe kick
Furniture style cabinetry? Marble?!
feet on cabinet...Cabinet legs
“the furniture feet on the vanity are a nice touch” — lbuttermore23
Feinmann, Inc.
16 Reviews
Room to Grow
toilet, shower and sink area, while maintaining openness to create the feeling of a larger space. The sink cabinetry was designed as a free-standing furniture piece which also enhances the sense of openness and larger scale. In the new Family Bath, painted walls and woodwork keep the space bright while
Collage205 and thank you for your question. The vanity is made by Showcase Cabinetry. The door style is Pendleton in Cherry with a Russet glaze. The legs on the vanity were custom designed by our staff.
floor, because it has the biggest impact. Instead of laying a pricey stone mosaic everywhere, you can save by designing a “rug” with just a few square feet of something eye catching, and using large-format field tiles in a coordinating stone around it.
“cabinet” — mrdargel
13 Reviews
Masters Residence
how can i protect my wooden furniture from the moist in the bathroom?
Nice use of a piece of antique furniture.
I really like the feel and like unexpected piece of furniture in the bathroom. Not necessarily my style but so appreciate this space.
styles.This furniture leg is usually on the thick side, and can have many curves. Flaring upward and then outward from a 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
3. Vary the sizes and shapes of materials and furnishings. Transitioning between sizes of furniture and materials connects various parts of the space in a different way. There are many good examples of scale in this classic bathroom. There is a nice transition in scale from floor to ceiling
“Black crown.” — pquigley2
Isler Homes
1 Review
Windsor Master Bath
The opening is 5 feet wide and 6'8" tall.
vanity style - with legs - change the doors for drawers
i cant tell what the wood is but the legs here are neat also
Furniture, mirror and add sconces
Furniture vanities...Furniture look
“Floor” — Kimberly Larimore
Phil Kean Designs
2012 New American Home
placing a standard shower-head up higher on the wall if you’re tall. And if you plan on having a shower bench, consider the height you need so that your feet touch the floor And please don’t put the controls in a place where they can’t be reached without getting into the shower. Getting dowsed by that initial
up higher on the wall if you’re tall. And if you plan on having a shower bench, why not make sure the handheld can be used while you’re shaving your legs? And please don’t put the controls in a place where they can’t be reached without getting into the shower. Getting dowsed by that initial spray of
think ahead! WE need a shower head that I can use when sitting like shaving my legs. Also, turn on the tap should be accessible without having to get in the shower so you don't get that initial cold water all over you just turning
“s” — raffacalfat
Jan Gleysteen Architects, Inc
2 Reviews
Traditional Twist
Interesting feet on cabinets, has character
bottom feet...vanity feet...Valance feet
“mouldiung” — judygaretlau
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