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granny4five

34 inch vanity in height seems short for someone 6'5". Our vanity is 38 inches high and we're 5'7" and 6' . No bending over to brush teeth, helps our back.

   
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oliviaharding

Wow!! Beautifully done! I find the use of natural wood in the bathroom unique. Love it!

   
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kvanlee

When there has been a trend for painting everything white and going minimalist, I suppose a very small amount of texture or color or a plant or two makes the style “Bohemian.” The word no doubt has a positive connotation with the public/buyers at this time.

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