398 secretary desk Traditional Bathroom Design Photos

Rebekah Zaveloff | KitchenLab
6 Reviews
Similarly, this clever designer has employed a secretary-esque, freestanding cabinet for storage in the bathroom. It adds instant character and a beautiful dark wood to the serene room.More:Shop Secretary Desks12 Ways to Use a Good Old ArmoireConsider a Home Office BarGet Your House
“Color” — carlanoah
Eric Stengel Architecture, llc
Art Gallery Addition
Off side make up desk, 36" tall
Love the make up desk and clear chair
Ghost chair w secretary
Makeup table/desk
“Vanity” — bellbrandi2
Andrea May Hunter/Gatherer
14 Reviews
la jolla muirlands home
Love everything about this sweet powder room! Mosaic plaid flooring? Yes please! Love the secretary style vanity with porcelain vessel sink and wall mount lav faucet.
vessel sink and granite top on old desk/bureau
Old desk
“Is that a rug? Love it” — usaelah1
Mahoney Architects & Interiors
18 Reviews
Retro vanity
Might the desk in the basement be used in a somewhat similar
ideas to use my antique desk
Desk to vanity with marble top painted white
Converted desk/ makeup vanity
desk to vanity
“pretty” — leannme
Tom Meaney Architect, AIA
10 Reviews
chaise and dresser (desk) and chair
chaise by window w desk
desk and chair...Mirror over desk
“Bathroom” — steele62
Gina Fitzsimmons ASID
21 Reviews
Gina Fitzsimmons ASID
powder desk same height as sinks
another cool desk - bench or garden stools
window panel and put drapes instead. I love the furniture and the marble on the sink. What would make this room absolutely stunning is an actual vanity desk.
36" tall makeup desk
“B” — deedahdil
Meredith Ericksen
19 Reviews
Old World Elegance
Hi. The vanity area is best at desk height...about 30".
Make-up desk...desk area foto
“Beautiful built in vanity” — blouoog16
B Benda
Master Bathroom #1
The desk and barrister bookcase are Hooker brand furniture. They were purchased in 2005, and this exact series is believed to be discontinued. We purchased them from a local higher-end furniture store that is no longer in business. The desk is the Villa Florence Executive Desk and is believed
believed to be item number 223-10-462. The barrister bookcase was a special order item and is believed to be item number 052-10-245. The desk was purchased for $1,265.90, and the barrister bookcase was purchased for $1,344.62 (both pre-tax). You may be able to find these exact items for sale through an internet
“tub in corner” — sheilagilchrist
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