Powder RoomTraditional Powder Room, Portland
photographed by: Blackstone Edge
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The design team at Garrison Hullinger came across just the right-sized dresser at a discount furniture store to use in a small powder room project. After painting it with a distressed finish and covering it with a sealer to protect the surface from splashes, the designers retrofitted it to accommodate a sink and faucet, then slipped it perfectly into place.
This vintage dresser was painted and distressed in a deep green finish. Although most wood surfaces must have water protection applied, this top was simply varnished. (This bath is rarely used, so the designer wasn’t worried about water damage.) The tall arc faucet clears the porcelain vessel bowl, which resembles an old washbasin.More: Get It Done: Organize the Bathroom for Well-Earned Bliss