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Photos Traditional Powder Room, Boston

Photographer: Michael Lee
Example of a small classic powder room design in Boston with gray walls, an undermount sink, solid surface countertops and gray countertops — Houzz

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maggier1 wrote:
My new bathroom - Could you please tell me where the pictures are from. Thank you
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Cynthia Driscoll

The artist is Nan Freeman from Boston. Those are charcoal on paper. I'm her agent if you're interested in her work.

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Leslie Mallory wrote:
Sink and vanity where can I purchase?? - Sink and vanity ?? Where can they be purchased?
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Cynthia Driscoll

The vanity is custom. The sink was purchased throught the Boston Design Center as a special order.

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sophiasantos wrote:
Faucet and mirror - Where can I find the faucet and mirror?
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Ashley Turns

I just absolutely love the silver frame of this mirror. My husband and I are remodeling our guest bathroom, and we are wondering how to find the best fixtures to use. Since I've already picked out a silver faucet for our tub and sink, I will definitely have to track down a mirror with a similar frame as this one. 

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lisaaust wrote:
where can I buy this mirror? - Where can I buy this mirror?
Ari wrote:
what is the countertop material and name please? - Color and material name of counter top?
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kimcrowe91 wrote:
where can I get this wallpaper - Wanting to redo powder room need new wallpaper
Roselynd Hughes wrote:
Light fixture - Where can I get this light fixture?

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Change Your Bathroom, Inc. added this to 8 Bathroom Mirror Ideas You Might Not Have Thought Of
5. Layered. If you want to make a big statement, mount a mirror on top of a mirrored surface. It’s a very classy and creative way to dress up a wall. While it may be more expensive than other wallcoverings — such as drywall, wallpaper, or ceramic or porcelain tile — it can be less expensive or on par with the cost of natural stone or glass tile. By using a reflective surface instead of an absorbent surface (drywall, wallpaper, and the like), you allow for more light to be reflected, giving the illusion of more light overall. Works best with: Traditional and eclectic styles. Pros: Layering makes a decorative statement, and the added reflected light makes the room feel bigger and brighter. Cons: This arrangement is sometimes hard to clean. Plus, installation can be tricky and costly.

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Morri Debra added this to Bathrooms
Love the artwork . the artist is Nan Freeman from Boston. They are done in charcoal

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