Stern Turner HomeContemporary Bathroom, Atlanta

Photo by Erica George Dines

Interior design by Melanie Turner
http://melanieturnerinteriors.com/

Inspiration for a contemporary white tile bathroom remodel in Atlanta with an undermount sink, recessed-panel cabinets and gray cabinets —  Houzz
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This photo has 19 questions
jennyseal wrote:Apr 22, 2013
  • Katrina Tate

    The Kitchen Place Thanks for the additional info. I am just learning about the different cabinet lines and SP was not on my list until now.


  • Katrina Tate

    The Kitchen Place We priced out the new Showplace frameless line, about $400 per linear ft. The framed displays were very nice. The salesman said "Mercedes" cabinets at "Buick" pricing. Thanks for the info. We saw another line, JSI, that was significantly cheaper but not as well made at $260 per linear ft.

Cameron G wrote:Dec 10, 2012
  • ssdarb

    Why don't people answer questions? I feel if someone posts a photo they should answer basic questions, such as the paint color of the vanity.

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    cheri coyle interiors

    it was answered many many comments ago. Farrow and Ball Light Blue. :D

northernseitz wrote:Feb 24, 2013
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    cheri coyle interiors
    custom made vanity for the space. the color of the vanity was Farrow and Ball Light Blue
  • Kelli
    From searching for a mirror just like this I have only found it at Restoration Hardware or Pottery Barn unless custom made. You can order the mirror brackets and have a mirror custom cut or fit for the brackets
lisa1705 wrote:Jan 7, 2013
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    Melanie Turner Interiors
    Please see the photo tag - I believe this was sourced from Kravet. Thanks for your inquiry (and patience!)
  • sheiladowell

    what is the wall color please?

Lisa1209 wrote:May 14, 2013
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Katie Neesham wrote:May 12, 2015
  • Gloria Cartwright

    What color is the counter top and what material is it?

colao wrote:Nov 24, 2013
  • maiadowe
    Is this vanity custum or can I purchase it ready made? Also, do you have the dimensions?
    I am in the middle of a project and this vanity would be perfect! Thanks, Maia
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                  What Houzz contributors are saying:

                  johnfrwhipple
                  By Any Design Ltd. added this to Bathroom Design: Getting Tile Around the Vanity RightAug 11, 2013

                  I love how this vanity has higher legs and extra foot room. Traditional bathroom and kitchen cabinets often have a smaller kick space (the little recess below the bottom drawers) with little to no room for your toes. If you like to get up close to your vanity and lean toward the mirror when getting ready, a freestanding vanity with extra leg height is a great idea. Tip: If you're installing radiant floor heating, you'll want it to go all the way under your vanity with a design like this. That way your feet will still stay warm when you're up close to the mirror. We prefer cable heating systems rather than heating maps for this very reason; they allow for greater heat placement control.

                  cathylara
                  Cathy Lara added this to Houzz Tour: Casual Glam Home for a Family of 8Aug 13, 2012

                  The guest bath upstairs has a cooling palette of blue and white, breaking from the kelly green motif downstairs. Turner enjoyed the way this family approached their home's redesign. "They're a real family with a real budget, so they went about things piecemeal. They could only afford to redo the bottom floor and a bit of the second floor — and only now are they ready to work on the master bedroom, bath and an additional bedroom," says Turner. More:Colorful, Luxe Designs for the Traditional Home

                  What Houzzers are commenting on:

                  chestil
                  Irene added this to BathroomMay 26, 2019

                  Traditionally, 32 inches is the go-to height measurement for bathroom vanities. But some designers disagree with that measurement due to modern sink styles. Berkovich suggests aiming for 34 to 35 inches.

                  emily_voss67
                  Emily Voss added this to Emily's ideasMay 12, 2019

                  shades bathroom/living room/kitchen

                  liz_wilmette
                  liz_wilmette added this to Master BathMay 9, 2019

                  Vanity with higher legs and foot room

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