Greer ResidenceContemporary Powder Room, Toronto

Stephani Buchman

Example of a trendy powder room design in Toronto with flat-panel cabinets, medium tone wood cabinets, a vessel sink, marble countertops, black walls and beige countertops —  Houzz
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Ross Cohen wrote:Jan 20, 2017
  • S P

    Do you know if this vanity can be custom made and who to contact?

  • S P

    Do you know if this vanity can be custom made and the dimensions and who to contact for pricing.

Lara Rector wrote:Sep 23, 2018
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    Jodie Rosen Design

    the vanity is a clear coat walnut - no coloured stain.

  • Debbie Mcmenamin

    what are the dimensions of the vanity? Is this bolted to the wall, or are there four legs...can't tell with the black background

Renee A wrote:Apr 18, 2017
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    Jodie Rosen Design

    the tile used on the back wall is a large scale bluestone.

  • mnewcomer8

    Who made the vanity?

Finishing Effects LLC wrote:Mar 28, 2017
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    Jodie Rosen Design

    flooring was supplied by a company in toronto called Saltillo Tiles.

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    Urbane Home

    Can you kindly tell me the name of this floor tile?


Inspiration Seeker wrote:May 3, 2016
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    Jodie Rosen Design

    the mirror is roughly 34" wide x 60" high.

  • leo209

    Would u mind sharing where u got the vanity

Glauser Building Company wrote:May 31, 2017
  • Claudia Valdivia

    I would also be interested in the sink, the bathroom is beautiful!

schoggi7 wrote:May 21, 2017
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    Jodie Rosen Design

    purchased at Union Lighting in Toronto - they are Robert Abbey fixtures.

kathryntkerrigan wrote:Dec 19, 2016
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    Jodie Rosen Design

    hi - this was custom designed + made for our clients.

I C wrote:May 27, 2018
    J G wrote:Feb 21, 2018
      R W wrote:Oct 1, 2017

        What Houzz contributors are saying:

        yanicsimard
        Toronto Interior Design Group | Yanic Simard added this to 12 Ways to Make Any Bathroom Look BiggerApr 29, 2017

        11. Go Vertical If you can’t beat ’em, join ’em! Sometimes, if your bathroom has small square footage, rather than try to make it look bigger horizontally, the smartest approach is to embrace the height as the largest dimension and emphasize that feature instead. Using vertical elements as simple as a tall, thin mirror and a bold accent color on a skinny wall can enhance the height of a space and make the room feel big and breezy from that perspective. Add some delicate lights and a little black and white tile, and you’ve got lots to keep the eye moving from flooring to ceiling.

        What Houzzers are commenting on:

        hccruth
        hccruth added this to hccruth's ideasSep 16, 2019

        If you can’t beat ’em, join ’em! Sometimes, if your bathroom has small square footage, rather than try to make it look bigger horizontally, the smartest approach is to embrace the height as the largest

        nerak1971
        Karen Wilkinson added this to Boy’s RoomsAug 31, 2019

        Want vanities to have small drawers

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