Thanks for your inquiry. The cabinetry was built to our design drawings by a cabinet shop in Brooklyn: S. Donadic Woodwork, Inc. The counter on the vanity is 32" above the floor and the space under the drawer above the stool is 27" above the floor. Best, Tom
Hello Maavernon, yes, the paneling is wood on the walls and the front of the tub. The tub deck is thassos marble with a small splash in the same stone about 3 inches high around the edge of the tub so that the wood does not sit directly on the tub deck and wick any sitting water. Best, Tom
Thanks for your question and patience on a very slow response! This light was selected by the interior designer, Ashley Whittaker, but I believe it is from Charles Edwards Lighting. Best, Tom
It took me a while to see this and get back to you! I'm glad you like it! The door on the medicine cabinet is 25x42. The overall height of the cabinet from the top of the tile to the top of the crown is 56 and the overall width is 28. Best, Tom
Thank you for sharing all the details of this cabinet! I love it!
Thanks for the inquiry. Here is another photo of this bathroom looking at the opposite side of the room from the make-up vanity.
Thanks for the inquiry and the compliment. The brick on the steps and the path is reclaimed antique brick. It was purchased through a local salvage yard that demolishes old buildings and cleans the materials for re-use. I believe this brick came from a early 20th C. mill building. there are many architectural salvage outfits that offer similar materials, you might be able to find something similar near you.
Thank you, Trix2222, yes, this is a symmetrical double vanity. Attached is the elevation drawing of it. Best, Tom
Thank you so kindly. I just saw this! Love your work!!
Thanks for the inquiry and the compliments.
Attached here are the dimensions of the room. Best of luck with your small space!
Thanks for the inquiry. The wallpaper was selected by the interior designer on this project, Mary MacElree. http://macelree-interiors.com/ I do not know the source, but Mary would be able to guide you to it. All the Best, Tom
Thank you for the compliment! The cabinets were built by a millwork shop called The Classic Cabinets, www.classcabs.com.
Need help with an existing Houzz order? Call 1-800-368-4268 (Mon-Sun).