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Julie Murray
Antique Sideboard Buffet turned into Double Sink Vanity
Ideabooks3,919
Questions6
Antique Sideboard Buffet turned into Double Sink Vanity
We purchased this antique sideboard buffet from craigslist and turned it into a double sink vanity. The three doors on the front made it perfect for a two sink vanity. The middle cupboard is all usable space and there is lots of storage in the other cupboards under the sinks. We put Travertine tile on
the antique turned into bath cabinetry
use of antique sideboard for vanity
I like the antique furniture vanity
“Antique Sideboard Buffet turned into Double Sink Vanity” “sideboard
An antique sideboard is topped with marble and fitted with two sinks to create a unique double vanity.
“beautiful” — cherbear6495
Crisp Architects
45 Reviews
Jimmy Crisp
Ideabooks4,318
Questions5
Antique washstand between two pedastal sinks
this use of the antique wash stand and the claw foot stool. I like the light wood with the white and black frames- it all works so nicely together
glass shelves above sinks and antique table for storage
antique piece in bathroom
Use of antique furniture
like the antique mixed in
pedestal with antique cabinets
antique furniture...antique vanity
“beadboard & baseboard” — refreshcs
Christopher A Rose AIA, ASID
7 Reviews
French bistro antique glass at Master Bath vanity
Ideabooks2,125
Questions6
French bistro antique glass at Master Bath vanity
Love the antique mirror tiles! Where were they purchased?
regular mirror where your face is and antiqued mirror on the perimeter which was custom made for this project. This was done by Justin Walling of Charleston Architectural Glass 843-452-0427 justin@charlestonarchitecturalglass.com
They were custom and antiqued here in Charleston by Justin Walling
antiqued glass mirror for dining area wall
antique glass on wall, maybe in lighted kitchen cabinets
antique mirror behind functional mirror for first fl powder
like regular mirror over sinks and antique mirror surrounding them
antiqued mirror but plain mirror for the viewing area.
combo of clear and antiqued mirror tiles
“love the mirror idea” — JoAnn Nicholas
LDa Architecture & Interiors
7 Reviews
Eclectic Modern Tudor Bath
Ideabooks6,651
Questions5
I am curious as to the vanity mirror. Was it also an antique? I love it. I think it makes the room as much as the other components. Any guidance would be great! Thanks.
“Could have been made by Canton Antiques, Canton Texas. They've” “re-purposed antique dresser sink
Could have been made by Canton Antiques, Canton Texas. They've
Some surfaces of vintage pieces naturally lend themselves nicely to being used as a sink...like the marble top on this gorgeous antique oak cabinet. I wonder if this was a dry sink prior to being made into a real "wet" sink. The mirror above is just perfect. Absolutely beautiful!
“en suite sink unit” — moiramerrigan
Olga Adler
14 Reviews
Hollywood Glamour
Ideabooks23,672
Questions23
Only the frame of this bathroom mirror is antiqued — a great solution if you like the look but want to preserve reflectivity.
4. Antique mirror. Perhaps that should read "Antiqued Mirror." The lovely edges around this mirror give it an elegantly aged look. For
from reclaimed boat wood. Learn more about antiqued mirrors.
An antique mirror probably isn't the best for putting
putting on make up, but at least it always looks great.More ways to decorate with antique mirrors
“sink” — golddigger2013
Mahoney Architects & Interiors
18 Reviews
Retro vanity
Ideabooks4,916
Questions6
antique dresser adapted to vanity by custom cabinet maker
the antique sideboard that became a vanity
What a wonderful way to re-purpose vintage and antique furniture!
antique vanity converted into a sink
This vanity was created from an intricate antique dresser that was professionally customized by a cabinetmaker. The black granite countertop provides a waterproof surface and a dark contrast to the
A pretty antique sideboard can become a vanity when a hole is cut in the top and a sink is dropped in.
This vanity was created from an intricate antique dresser that was professionally customized by a cabinetmaker. The black granite countertop provides a waterproof surface and a dark contrast to the
“standing organizers, esp. if I reduce the size of the medicine cabinet for aesthetics” — gypsispirit
Panageries
13 Reviews
Masters Residence
Ideabooks18,740
Questions11
This guest bathroom features white subway tile with black marble accents and a leaded glass window. Black trim and crown molding set off a dark, antique William and Mary highboy and a Calcutta gold and black marble basketweave tile floor. Faux gray and light blue walls lend a clean, crisp feel to the
Lakeone is a semi wax French product that I have put on my antiques.....and even ordinary vintage wood item. Although, like wax, eventually needs to be reapplied. It does not require the buffing that beeswax needs
finish. I have used in our steamy bathroom on the wood cabinets and it refreshes their appearance remarkably. I do not recommend refinishing antiques.
Nice use of a piece of antique furniture.
“floor, trim” — barbaradsmith
Crisp Architects
45 Reviews
Crisp Architects
Ideabooks12,671
Questions13
What is the sink and faucet used here? I'm repurposing an antique piece for my bathroom. This looks nice!
Similar to this is the Channing Mirror from Williams Sonoma. I do not recall the actual manufactuer however, it may have been an antique.
What about this antique brass bathroom faucet? this centerset bathroom faucet for 8" centers is the perfect item for any bathroom. Hope might help you :D
The sink was a refurbished antique
perfectly blue, beachy bathroom is from a summer home on Nantucket, Massachusetts. The painted antique commode features a porcelain drop-in sink and low-arc chrome faucets. It contrasts nicely with the antique beveled mirror and modern glass shelf. The door conceals cleaning supplies and plumbing.
“I like these colors together and luv the vanity!” — ibnic1977
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