Easton HouseBeach Style Bathroom, DC Metro

photos by Erik Kvalsvik

Inspiration for a beach style bathroom remodel in DC Metro with a drop-in sink —  Houzz
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Kendra Ray wrote:Mar 10, 2013
  • scerrir
    Hi there!

    Are these v-groove panels? How wide?

    Thanks!

    Rhea
  • scerrir
    Kendralray,

    Were you able to find a paint colour that looks similar to this creamier looking one in the picture? I looked at White Dove in the store, and it does look really white! I love the "creamy" illusion of this picture but not sure what can emulate it!!

    Thanks!

    Rhea
robynsnow wrote:Apr 10, 2012
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    Patrick Sutton
    Actually no, the pine piece already had a wax finish and since it is a powder room it doesn't see that much water splashing. Plus patina is part of the charm. If you wanted to put a more protective finish a piece i would likely use a matt finish waterbased polyurethane (oil based would change the color of the wood).
  • realsearch

    magnificent!

Millie Kuehn Sloan wrote:Aug 8, 2013
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    Simmons and Company
    Do you have the resource the mirror? I have a condition where it would work perfectly. Thanks in advance.
  • Judith Schaer
    mirror, wash stand dresser? lights. resource
pmagliocco wrote:Jul 13, 2013
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    Patrick Sutton
    The top is wood.
  • Julia Wane
    Did you treat the top somehow so that it is protected against water?
nanckers wrote:Jul 11, 2015
fergiestads wrote:May 7, 2014
  • losthorizonlisa
    I found similar at lampsplus and even lowes has similar without bevel glass
rosenberrysa wrote:Feb 23, 2013
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      Floor Coverings International - Clearfield wrote:Mar 29, 2012

        What Houzz contributors are saying:

        mitchell_parker
        Mitchell Parker added this to 28 Design Ideas Coming to Homes Near You in 2017Nov 17, 2016

        3. Vanity conversions. If you’re having trouble finding the right premanufactured vanity for your home, try thinking outside the cabinet box. Many savvy homeowners are finding chests of drawers, old file cabinets, vintage consoles and more, and converting them into one-of-a-kind vanities.See more on vanity conversions

        rebeccalgross
        Rebecca Gross added this to You Can Turn That Into a Bathroom Vanity?Aug 16, 2016

        11. Chest of drawers. Take an old chest of drawers and add a sink, faucets and plumbing, and presto, you have a bathroom vanity. This antique pine bureau is now living a second life, with a curved overmount bowl that complements its soft lines.

        mikedietrich43
        Mike Dietrich added this to Decorating With Antiques: Chests, Dressers and BuffetsApr 28, 2014

        The owner of this bathroom was lucky enough to find a fantastic old pine buffet that was converted to a vanity. The patina and history of this piece make it so much more engaging than something new and mass produced, and the choice of faucet works perfectly for this configuration.

        What Houzzers are commenting on:

        aohencken
        aohencken added this to Main Level BathroomJun 12, 2019

        Like idea of using furniture for sink

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