70,742 vanity wall recessed lighting Home Design Photos

Montgomery Roth Architecture & Interior Design
30 Reviews
Roth Condo
Ideabooks1,346
Questions3
Those lights are an excellent fit. Where is it from?
Lovely feel to the room. How long is the vanity?
That vanity is 9 feet long!
Those lights are from Robert Abbey Lighting.
Interesting lighting don't really like it mounted on mirror
I another big mirror. Nice place for a towel on side wall??
full mirrored wall behind vanity area
love the dark vanity and light countertop
“vanity” — lauristeinberg
NURIT GEFFEN-BATIM STUDIO
5 Reviews
white bathroom
Ideabooks3,796
Questions4
Where can these light fixtures be purchased?
I like the sleek sink and vanity. What is the brand, please?
I was also wondering where this vanity and sink come from?
Fabbian D69 Vicky pendent light http://www.fabbian.com/en/d69-vicky-2
like the lights in-front of mirror
Tile stripe... match with a tile up wall near toilet?
small pendants reflecting on mirror - great bathroom light idea
Like the vanity and hanging lights
Ikea vanity. Not sure about sink.
decorative lights from ceiling to reflect in mirror
bath lighting should lights hang in front of mirror? nice reflection
“medio baño” — mabakker
Vered Blatman Cohen
Residence in Tel Aviv
Ideabooks2,443
Questions5
love the wall of glass in the backyard merging
Recessed ceilings. Here the “cranny” is actually a recessed ceiling. And it’s the perfect place for a pop of canary yellow —
offers little wall space. Ceilings are ideal candidates to express drama and personality when the rest of the space is all modern lines and glass.
could paint our recessed ceiling in yellow
If you have walls of windows, the ceiling may be the only place where you can add color via paint. This happy yellow hue brings our attention up to the interesting ceiling form and that fantastic pendant.A yellow to try: Chickadee 3002-1B, Valspar
7. Recessed ceilings. Here the “cranny” is actually
actually a recessed ceiling. And it’s the perfect place for a pop of canary yellow — and a showstopping pendant — since the room offers little wall space. Ceilings are ideal candidates to express drama and personality when the rest of the space is all modern lines and glass.
“Shades” — lvkak
The Furniture Guild
1 Review
Louisville
Ideabooks1,842
Questions10
Do you know the wall paint color? Thank you!
Where could I purchase a similar vanity? It's beautiful!
Where did you get the vanity for the vessel sink? Interested in something like this in a 48" or 60".
picture that this vanity just has a couple of coats of varnish, meaning it can probably manage fine as long as water is usually wiped off and varnish reapplied occasionally. What I would be more concerned about is condensation from the bath/shower.
The standard 1425 Classic vanity is 35"H. We made this one custom at 28" for the tall vessel sink. All of our vanities are made to order so you can order custom sizes.
What is the height of the vanity? We were looking for one no higher than 30" since our vessel sink is about 7" high.
“Hv mercer” — amckay1078
Kirsten Anthony Design Group
Modern Master Bath
Ideabooks1,046
Questions5
Can you tell me about the vanity countertop color and material?
Any idea who makes the vanity? Looks like it might be a two sink unit and its in the style I am interested in for our bath remodel.
you choose depends on what else is in the room, lighting, paint, etc. Silestone and Ceasarstone do change colors from time to time, so best to find a current collection.
Thanks for your question! The vanity is actually built on site from pieces we ordered
This furniture vanity is very nice.
vanity and sink shape and colors, shower floor
Open mirror across whole wall, and shower
subway tile on walls, clean white shower
“subway tiles with tan tiles on floor of shower. Could also do white tiles on floor of shower with ta” — jennyblazing
MiCasa
Clarendon House
Ideabooks656
Questions2
Starck Series White Toilet Wall-mounted By Duravit
Is the vanity custom, or available off the shelf? How did you do the mirror?
Thank you for your question. The room dimensions are 3.2x1.7m. The bathroom also incorporates a recess shower opposite the bath
colour scheme. recessed mirror and lights
Love the color combination except for the white wall
Tile pattern on tub- feature wall
“Contrast of dark & white” — cfbaker2608
Philpotts Interiors
1 Review
International Style
Ideabooks5,050
Questions6
me how far apart to place this kind of lighting? The size of the lighting? The brand would also be very helpful. Would this work in a long & a bit narrow powder room? Thank you
What kind of stone is on the wall? Is it veneer or real stone?
the delay. The architect specified the architectural lighting and was in charge of the RCP so I don't know how much I can help. The fixtures look like 4" squared bronze recessed cans, potentially LED. I'd start worth Cooper Lighting, Lucos Lighting and AquaBrass. As far as your powder room question is
.net if we ever are delayed in answering your questions. Here are some similar fixture from a quick search on y-lighting: http://lighting.lucepedia.com/search?w=recessed+square+lighting&x=0&y=0 Best Regards, Roberto Tiscareno Philpotts Interiors Director of Social Media Marketing
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Garret Cord Werner Architects & Interior Designers
6 Reviews
Bathroom
Ideabooks6,854
Questions14
is the faucet coming out of the wall or is it placed on some sort of stone?
Can you tell me how to buy (semi-custom?) this vanity? Wood, finish, etc. Thanks
To eastgate415: any luck discovering how to install lights an mirror?
We are creating a similar style in our new bathroom. We bought special lighting to go under the mirror not the cheap rope lighting because that needs a plug that you'd see. We are planning to glue plywood
you used to float your mirror? Did you glue your mirror to a piece of plywood and then drill the plywood into the wall studs? I want to do the same with my master bath, however my walls are already tiled so i'm a bit stuck on how to attack this. Any advice is greatly appreciated.
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