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Example of a tuscan bathroom design in DC Metro with a drop-in sink, wood countertops, yellow walls and beige countertops

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Mediterranean Bathroom, DC Metro

Master bath of an addition to a WWII era ranch. Palette by Colors By Zoe. Photo by Ken Wyner Photography
Example of a tuscan bathroom design in DC Metro with a drop-in sink, wood countertops, yellow walls and beige countertops - Houzz

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brysonsbrysons wrote:March 9, 2014
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    Abrams Design Build
    7 years ago
    Dear Brysons--

    that is a great question! the countertop is made from a single plank of sugar pine, 22" wide.
    Pine for a countertop in a wet area sounds crazy--but listen to this:

    that plank was left over from a set of kitchen counters I made for my cousin in 1982. She raised four kids in that house, and when she sold it a few years ago, she sanded down the dings and scratches and it was still beautiful.

    over the years, the left over scrap was used as a make-shift counter, a table, and a coffee table. Finally, when this bathroom project came up, the scrap was the perfect length and width for the vanity top.

    There you have it! Thanks again for your question.

    -Alan
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