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What to Do With an 8-by-5 Bathroom Bathroom

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Mitchell Parker added this to 5 Ways With an 8-by-5-Foot BathroomJan 12, 2016

AFTER: Payling and her husband, Larry Stanker, hired a contractor, Gene George, to gut the space down to the studs. Payling then set out choosing materials and fixtures for George to install. Payling looked for a vanity with an undermount sink and lots of storage, but she couldn’t find one she liked in her price range. She saw a pedestal sink she really liked, but it didn’t offer any storage. Then she came across a photo on Houzz of recessed storage set between wall studs. She had her contractor build a cabinet into the wall studs behind the door, and that solved her storage dilemma. Payling says that not having a designer helped her cut down on cost, but it also opened the door for a few mistakes to slip through. For example, she wished she had been present when the wall tile went up. She would’ve had the light switches installed higher so the tile wouldn’t have to be cut and worked around them. “But this was a DIY project, and I’m not a designer, so I don’t freak out about that stuff too much,” she says. Mirror: Messina, Howard Elliott; sink: English turn pedestal, Home Depot; sconces: Eurofase Fountaine Collection, Home Depot; faucet: Santiago, Pfister

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Joan Torino added this to joan_torino's ideasMar 12, 2019

Love the light fixtures and mirror.

Lynn Morreale added this to webuser_715124502's ideasJan 24, 2019

Blue bathroom - recessed storage tile color sink

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