Quality Bath

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For more than 30 Years Quality Bath has been the premier provider of luxury kitchen, bath and lighting products. With the most extensive supply of bathroom vanities, towel warmers, kitchen and bathroom sinks, medicine cabinets, toilets, bidets, bathtubs, whirlpools, kitchen and bath faucets, lighting and more Quality Bath will give you a wonderful shopping experience. Our sales staff is the most experienced in the industry and we pride ourselves on our excellent customer service, including free shipping on most items. For the home of your dreams visit www.qualitybath.com.
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Lakewood, NJ US 
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500 River Avenue,
Lakewood, New Jersey,
United States, 08701 
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DirectSinks
I think copper definitely has a more natural rustic feel. The white fireclay is more country/cottage/beach in my opinion.
April 9, 2014 at 9:00am   
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True, copper is more rustic. I meant that if OP decides to go with white, it should be fireclay.
April 9, 2014 at 11:38am   
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Would you consider changing the light over the table? Maybe you can put up a blue fixture or blue-shaded pendants.
April 8, 2014 at 8:04pm   
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mscrutch
Help! My black granite is a brushes finish but it looks grey, not nice and black. Can this be fixed?
last Thursday at 3:50pm   
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sunnydrew
looks great, get the stuff off the fridge and take your final pictures and upload to the site for a before and after story :)
last Thursday at 3:56pm     
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What sizes would you consider? What is your budget?
April 8, 2014 at 7:57pm   
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fmm2
All About Interiors thanks for the suggestions. However, I'm set on changing the current builder's grade vanity! If these pieces aren't timeless can you show me some pics of what you consider timeless. I clearly see your point regarding trends but I think if done correctly this is a piece I personally would never get tired of.
April 9, 2014 at 5:43pm   
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I think a marble counter top would be your best bet for a timeless piece. It's clean looking, attractive, and it will never go out of style. With the addition of some cabinets that have a bit more of a decorative edge (since I think that's where you're tastes lie), you could have a nice combo that you'd be happy with for a long period of time.
April 9, 2014 at 7:38pm      Thanked by fmm2
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DirectSinks, right on! I agree with everything you've said. "Apron" or "farm" sinks are no longer restricted to the stereotypical farmhouse-style sink; with all the finishes and configurations available, it's just another sink option that's not likely to go out of style. I'd be more concerned about D-shaped and other unusual sinks going out of style.
April 8, 2014 at 7:41pm   
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The classic fireclay ones look kind of country. Not the hammered copper, nickel or stainless ones!
April 8, 2014 at 7:54pm   
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kmkane
ohm I dunno about that Sophie. Wood floors are pretty timeless, don't ya think? Fireplaces? Front porches? I just think these sinks looks weird. I DO like the ones with the apron on the back though, like this one. And I love faucets that come out of the wall too

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mforr
They've been around forever and won't disappear. I also think they can look fine with different kitchens. But if you don't like them, then it probably doesn't matter what anyone says, lol :)
I have one, and yes, my kitchen is in an historic home, and it fits right in, but I think it looks pretty good in this kitchen and it's very far from traditional or country or farmhouse. Also looks good in this sort of transitional/traditional/stainless counter and backsplash kitchen.
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Take out the cabinet, remove the artwork (you can put it on the wall with the toilet paper if you want to keep it), the plant, and that thing on the wall (is it a candle?), then put up open shelves or a small cabinet over the toilet and replace your mirror with a frameless one.
April 8, 2014 at 7:12am        Thanked by carol905
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Love the idea of recessing the cabinetry/medicine cabinet. Go for it!
April 8, 2014 at 9:28am   
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yoop47 has the right idea. There are lots of frameless mirrored recessed medicine cabinets that would make your room look bigger.
http://www.qualitybath.com/search_results.asp?q=recessed+medicine+cabinet+frameless
April 8, 2014 at 5:46pm   
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Great! Good luck. Post here if you need more help deciding!
April 8, 2014 at 7:35pm   
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Diana Bier Interiors, LLC
So sorry for your mistakes. Using a professional bath designer would have been a very wise investment.
April 9, 2014 at 3:49am     
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Definitely go with a small vanity, or a floating vanity. There are plenty that are about the same size as a pedestal sink (or you can get a pedestal with storage). Is this a main bathroom? Does it get a lot of use? How much storage space do you need?
April 8, 2014 at 9:38am   
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ravensfan4
Thanks everyone again, I think I'm inclined in one of two directions (decision will mostly be driven by budget): (1) leave existing tile except to remove ceramic soap and toothbrush holder over sink, remove cabinet over toilet, paint walls a different color, new vanity cabinet, color décor; (2) redo the whole room from top to bottom and do new tile floor and tub surround...I'll keep you all posted :)
April 8, 2014 at 12:30pm     
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sally78
I like those accordion up/down shades that would fit into the window. A white or off-white color. No other window treatment. Simple. Would give privacy and let in light when "closed." You can pull down a bit from the top and see the sky, but still have privacy. Not difficult to install yourself. Buy on the internet not through a dealer for best price.

Happy Decorating!
April 8, 2014 at 5:24pm   
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Yes, put it in if you can afford it, and afford to lose the closet.
April 8, 2014 at 7:14am   
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Dytecture
Agreed, a powder room on the main floor would be a wise investment.
April 8, 2014 at 8:05am   
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Lightcrafters, Inc.
Have a custom cabinet shop build just what you want.
April 5, 2014 at 8:21pm   
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whollyfool, what style are you looking for?
April 5, 2014 at 9:40pm   
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Miss Kristen Levron
You can install Sink in a piece like this. You won't loose all the drawers if any if you do the vessel top sink. You can simply cut out the sections in the drawers to make room for the plumbing and simply add walls into the drawer units. I have seen it done and that is how it is done with custom made cabinetry with corporate companies. I can send you a photo of that done. =)
April 4, 2014 at 7:01am     
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Miss Kristen Levron
Hope this could help you visualize it. =)
April 4, 2014 at 7:03am     
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ceciliepus2
I had your very same dilemma only a few months ago. I was at the showroom looking at the white sink, and started talking to another customer. She said she had bought the white sink, but had some problems with crazing. Then she had dropped a saucepan in the sink and it had chipped the edge. She said she had got rid of her cast iron skillets. I looked it up on the internet after that, and several people said that the white sinks stain very easily, from coffee grouts or a tea bag... I realised that it was just not for me, and went with a large single basin stainless sink.
April 3, 2014 at 9:47am     
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The stainless would look beautiful in your kitchen, but if you decide to go with white, don't do porcelain; stick with fireclay, It's harder, more durable, and more scratch and chip resistant.
April 3, 2014 at 9:54am     
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joancuneo
Let me know what style you are looking for? Turn knobs on the side(I can't think of what they are called) lol
April 1, 2014 at 5:36pm   
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Oil-rubbed bronze is a good choice. You can try to match your copper to a copper faucet (hammered or smooth) too, but it may be risky as the finishes may not match exactly.
http://www.qualitybath.com/search_results.asp?filter=product_type%3DFaucets&sort=0&num=20&q=copper+faucet
April 1, 2014 at 6:27pm   
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Unless you have little kids who will have a hard time getting onto it, go for the comfort height. Kohler and Toto are great but they are higher-end, if your budget does not allow for them there are more affordable options.
April 1, 2014 at 11:04am   
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troysmommy
Perhaps I should add that I am only 5' tall.
April 1, 2014 at 11:20am   
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Kevin Strader
Go to the store and sit on each, the regular height and the comfort height, just don't tinkle while sitting there. You can decide which one is the most comfortable for you. Remember however, that taller people will also be using the loo.
April 1, 2014 at 11:24am     
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dalma darling
Are you still looking for help or did you find a reverse osmosis system with hardware to coordinate with the new sink?
March 31, 2014 at 4:12pm   
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Most copper sinks are fairly easy to maintain. Just don't use harsh chemicals or leave acidic foods in the sink. Just be aware that copper is meant to develop a patina over time.
March 31, 2014 at 9:24am   
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How do you like these? All available in brushed nickel, prices between $130 and $210 (including markup for brushed nickel).

Click this link for more choices. Just check products that you click on, some are 4-inch widespreads. http://www.qualitybath.com/search_results.asp?filter=product_type%3DFaucets&sort=low&num=20&q=brushed+nickel+widespread+faucet
March 27, 2014 at 10:18am   
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It's lovely, but it'll cost you more than $230 in brushed nickel. How about this one? $209 in the finish that you want.
http://www.qualitybath.com/danze-d304033-widespread-lavatory-faucet-product-115479.htm
March 27, 2014 at 10:33am     
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Nobody will be able to choose for you. We don't know what your bathroom looks like or what your personal preferences are. Those faucets are all nice but very different styles. You need to be the one to choose here. Good luck!
March 27, 2014 at 7:50pm   
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sally78
In the past, we bought from Faucets Direct. Delta. Pretty. Very happy with our choices. Good prices.

Good luck. Happy Plumbing!
April 8, 2014 at 6:15pm   
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elissabi
Have you checked out the reviews for these faucets on sites like Home depot or Lowes? There's a huge amount of customer reviews for both of these faucets. The average reviews for both faucets are both very good but I find sometimes it's more helpful to read the lower rated reviews. You can often glean installation or function issues from them.
April 8, 2014 at 7:36pm   
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jayrbee
thanks for all of that info. It was very educational
December 16, 2012 at 9:58am   
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We are additionally running a sale on a wide variety of fireclay sinks that can be found here http://www.qualitybath.com/fireclay-sink-blowout.htm
March 27, 2014 at 7:13am   
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Are you looking for a hot and cold dispenser or just one temperature? We have several in stainless steel, both brushed and polished. What style is your faucet? Can you attach a picture? What's your budget?
http://www.qualitybath.com/mountain-plumbing-mt650diy-nl-lead-free-instant-hot-cold-water-dispenser-with-heating-tank-product-15986.htm http://www.qualitybath.com/aqua-health-cghe-1-everpure-commercial-instant-hot-water-tank-with-dual-temp-faucet-product-40002.htm
March 25, 2014 at 5:35pm   
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adivra
Seriously, you need help with a faucet? Me thinks you're showing off.
March 25, 2014 at 1:35pm     
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theschalks
You should show it off! It looks fantastic. Are those hue light strips? We are installing those under our new builds cabinets and island, and in the coffered ceiling eaves.
March 25, 2014 at 8:48pm   
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Engrav's Decorating
Nickel and oil rubbed bronze are used quite often today. One of these will look better with your granite and so look at them in combination. When your select your fixtures, pay attention to all everything: For example: drawer handles, hinges and doorknobs
for your cabinets as well.
March 25, 2014 at 10:16am      Thanked by Mary Uhlich
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What color are your granite and tile?
March 25, 2014 at 11:15am   
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sunshineglo
Match Bronze faucet- with Cabinet Hardware.Tones matched.
Truffle Sink - with Granite Slab shown. Tones Matched.

Dark Coffee- Black Sink ....are difficult to maintain in long run...
All the water spots , stains, Food Particles look very obvious.
U wont like white spots, or cereals flakes, to be seen in the Dark sink.

Dont let the Dark Sink pop out from Granite.
Truffle Sink will look best with your beautiful Granite.
Love the Granite !
March 25, 2014 at 10:37am        Thanked by kkj1973
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Definitely go with the truffle sink and bronze faucets (now you just have to pick which bronze finish you want - easier said than done!).

Your quartzite is exquisite.
March 25, 2014 at 11:09am        Thanked by kkj1973
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