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Inspiration for a timeless bathroom remodel in Portland with a drop-in sink and furniture-like cabinets

Antique Sideboard Buffet turned into Double Sink Vanity

We purchased this antique sideboard buffet from craigslist and turned it into a double sink vanity. The three doors on the front made it perfect for a two sink vanity. The middle cupboard is all usable space and there is lots of storage in the other cupboards under the sinks. We put Travertine tile on top with the original sideboard wood backsplash. We added brass and crystal chandelier wall sconces, oval mirrors, Kohler white oval sinks and kept the Moen chrome vintage lever faucets we already had.

Inspiration for a timeless bathroom remodel in Portland with a drop-in sink and furniture-like cabinets —  Houzz

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latvywife wrote:February 13, 2011
  • kidtherapist

    What finish do you have for toilet paper holder and towelbar or ring

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    Julie Murray

    Chrome faucets and toilet paper holder. Opted not to install a towel bar or ring. Thanks for your interest in our vanity.

momrn5 wrote:February 1, 2012
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    Julie Murray
    Thanks for your interest. I believe the sink is the 19" Farmington Kohler sink. Our travertine top is 21" deep. The sink is installed in the center before the backsplash was added. It leaves about 2-3/4" in front of the sink and about 2" between the sink and the backsplash. Hope this helps.
Deb wrote:August 11, 2012
Please share the wall paint color, it's wonderful

    mpartin wrote:September 30, 2012
    Did you remove the top of the chest before adding the marble - if so, any advice about how to do this?

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      Julie Murray
      We did remove the wood top, and it was the most difficult part of the job. We had our contractor finish it.
    Venetia Conway wrote:May 10, 2013
    Did you put any kind of protection on the wood to prevent water damage?

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      Julie Murray
      No; just use lemon oil on it a few times a year. Still looks great.
    • Janine Lovely
      Thinking I might try this on my bathroom remodel?
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