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Inspiration for a farmhouse bathroom remodel in Austin with a vessel sink and green walls

Bastrop County Plantation House

The restoration of a c.1850's plantation house with a compatible addition, pool, pool house, and outdoor kitchen pavilion; project includes historic finishes, refurbished vintage light and plumbing fixtures, antique furniture, custom cabinetry and millwork, encaustic tile, new and vintage reproduction appliances, and historic reproduction carpets and drapes. © Copyright 2011, Rick Patrick Photography

Inspiration for a farmhouse bathroom remodel in Austin with a vessel sink and green walls —  Houzz

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carolynitlesherry wrote:May 29, 2012
What is the name/ brand of the wall color? Love it!

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    VOH Architects
    This was asked on another image of this bathroom, here was our reply: "Unfortunately we can't answer this question. This is a new bathroom and it was painted the owners' preferred color; we liked it too, as it is a period appropriate color that complimented the finishes in the historic house." We don't have this color in our records since we didn't pick it ourselves.
  • Amanda Cleland
    can I get some information regarding the sink faucet please?
Sherry Olsson wrote:February 20, 2013
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    VOH Architects
    Thank you for asking, and for the compliment. Products like this can be found online, but so often have to be modified and never end up looking quite right. So we have given up and now resort to custom work for every project.
trayceshelton wrote:March 12, 2013
I need to find this exact hardware for my claw foot tub. Help!

- Love this look

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    VOH Architects
    We recommend sourcing items such as the tub feet from used antique hardware stores, and be prepared to have them refinished.
  • MahtaMouse
    I'd also suggest checking salvage yards and salvage stores such as the RE Store, Second Use, and Habitat For Humanity, etc.
lghhi wrote:March 24, 2013
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    VOH Architects
    Antique shops, estate sales, and/or auctions.
dsantill wrote:March 8, 2014
Where can I get the sink?

- Beautiful sink where can I get it?

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    VOH Architects
    Thank you very much! We really pound the pavement for objects like this in our projects… it's extremely time consuming to find pieces of suitable scale and condition, as well as period-appropriateness in style. In this case we researched the offerings at auctions and estate sales, and our client went to bids educated and well-informed. Whatever they managed to procure from our list we were able to work with.
GL Interiors wrote:July 14, 2015
What product did you use for the ship lap walls? Is it wood?

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