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rbthat wrote:Dec 6, 2011
  • rbthat
    thanks for the detail tip!!
  • rbthat

    No one has a finished detail picture?

Iren Brodin wrote:Mar 22, 2012
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    Design Junkie
    Many older homes have hardwood in the bathrooms. As long as they are protected by a heavy duty coat of poly, they are fine. The poly protects against mildew/chemicals that might be used in other areas of your bathroom and allows easier cleaning.
  • blackmurphy
    yup, oak in ours for years, poly a must particularly around edges like tub ( and it's an old home as evidenced by tub & toilet colour ;-}
unionaz wrote:Apr 12, 2012
  • jesa
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    The Furniture Guild
    www.thefurnitureguild.com and find a dealer near you. :)
donnabella wrote:Apr 11, 2012
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    The Furniture Guild
    2 7/8" for hair dryer as shown - rubber
    1 3/8" for small curling iron as shown - metal
    2 3/8" for large curling iron is available - metal
  • nikkimcc
    Where can I buy the canisters?
beardstyle62 wrote:Feb 27, 2012
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    The Furniture Guild
    It's an option that can be added to any of our products. The pricing depends on product selection. Our product is considered high end. It can be purchased through an authorized dealer. Please visit www.thefurnitureguild.com to find a local dealer. Thx!
  • beardstyle62
    Thank you!
cherbarn wrote:Feb 25, 2013
  • klholub
    did you find out where to buy the canisters
Nathalie Piccini wrote:Dec 23, 2012
  • Nathalie Piccini
    How high is this cabinet from the floor upto the counter top? Thank You
jkdoan wrote:Jan 11, 2013
    Miki Genick wrote:Aug 1, 2012

      What Houzz contributors are saying:

      Becky Harris added this to Get It Done: Organize the Bathroom for Well-Earned BlissAug 17, 2012

      3. Hair products and appliances. If you use a lot of tools for your hair on a daily basis, you'll want those in an easy-to-find spot, as well as a way to manage their cords. One of the latest trends has been swiped from salons: custom cabinets that hold hair appliances and even have a place to plug them in. We won't be accomplishing this today, but it's something to think about for your dream-house wish list.

      Pangaea Interior Design, Portland, OR added this to Design an Easy-Clean BathroomApr 5, 2012

      Have a place for everything. One thing that makes it easier to clean a bathroom is to have a spot for what you want to put away. No thinking about where to place it or having to organize a messy drawer to make room.Work with a professional to declutter your home and streamline your space

      Becky Harris added this to Houzzers Say: Dream Features for the Bath and ClosetFeb 22, 2012

      Salon convenience. Give your hair dryer, curling iron and straightener a designated storage spot that includes outlets. There will be no more worrying about where to stash a hot appliance or tangled cords underneath the sink to deal with.

      Vanessa Brunner added this to Idea of the Week: Vanity With a Salon TouchNov 19, 2011

      These designers started out designing many of their pieces with hair dryer "holsters," a lot like what you'd see at a hair salon. These were usually mounted on the back of vanity doors. But this particular dressing table doesn't have any doors — there are only drawers — so they had to come up with another way for the client to store her hair dryer and curling iron. Making use of one of the large drawers seemed to make the most sense. This pull-out is made out of two dove-tail drawers with a door that connects the two. The designers added a surface to the bottom drawer, and cut two holes into it for a hair dryer and curling iron. For the hair dryer, they put in a rubber holder for gripping different sized hair dryers. Powder-coated steel lines the curling/flat iron holder. The blow dryer and curling iron plug into a box inside the dresser. This helps keep the wires hidden and makes it easy to close the drawer without unplugging everything. This smart design is something these designers have begun doing on request. Since every client has different appliances in different shapes and sizes, they'll often have the homeowners take a photo of everything they want to store in the space so they can fit it all in. More: Bathroom Storage: Where to Keep the T.P.?Bathroom Storage: Where to Keep the TowelsVanity Towers Take Bathroom Storage to New Heights

      What Houzzers are commenting on:

      HU-941679715 added this to Bathroom renovationApr 11, 2019

      Three slots - blowdryer, straightener, curling iron

      abepal1 added this to Condo Reno.Apr 6, 2019

      Luv tucked away spot for hair dryer, curling iron & cords.

      Dinali David added this to BathroomMar 23, 2019

      Hair dryer and appliance storage

      Bandito Verde1 added this to Bandito's ideasFeb 3, 2019

      Hairdryer, etc drawer for bathroom

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