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Bathroom Counter Decor

More than a place to wash up, sinks and vanities win major fashion points in today’s bathrooms. From antique cabinets to rustic trough-like pedestal sinks to sleek, glass wall-hung lavs, there are countless style options. Here are some inspiring examples to whet your appetite for a refreshing new look in a master bath or powder room. Here, a master bath is dressed in warm whites and creams fills the space with light. Custom vanity cabinetry from Casa Verde Designs is topped with “Calacatta Gold” marble for an elegant touch. Double sconces from Urban Electric cast a warm glow, while a single bowl on the vanity maximizes counter space. See more from this Minneapolis home designed by Rosemary Merrill. Produced by Elaine Markoutsas Tags: Bathroom Design Post a comment
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Bathroom Counter Decor

As you know you can show your decorating talents not only when you’re decorating the main rooms of your house but when you’re decorating bathrooms too. Sometimes it’s even harder to make these small rooms looks nice. You should choose lighting, colors, and finishes very carefully. Besides you should also pay a special attention to decorating a vanity. A sink and a mirror are usually very important parts of any bathroom so decorate this part of the bathroom well. Here are some ideas to help you.
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Bathroom Counter Decor

Bathroom counters. The standard height for bathroom counters is 34 to 35 inches. If you have a built-in vanity, such as the one shown here, the vanity should drop down to 30 inches to accommodate a regular chair. Regular chairs have a standard seat height of 17 to 19 inches.
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Bathroom Counter Decor

More than a place to wash up, sinks and vanities win major fashion points in today’s bathrooms. From antique cabinets to rustic trough-like pedestal sinks to sleek, glass wall-hung lavs, there are countless style options. Here are some inspiring examples to whet your appetite for a refreshing new look in a master bath or powder room. Here, a master bath is dressed in warm whites and creams fills the space with light. Custom vanity cabinetry from Casa Verde Designs is topped with “Calacatta Gold” marble for an elegant touch. Double sconces from Urban Electric cast a warm glow, while a single bowl on the vanity maximizes counter space. See more from this Minneapolis home designed by Rosemary Merrill. Produced by Elaine Markoutsas
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Bathroom Counter Decor

Here, a master bath is dressed in warm whites and creams fills the space with light. Custom vanity cabinetry from Casa Verde Designs is topped with “Calacatta Gold” marble for an elegant touch. Double sconces from Urban Electric cast a warm glow, while a single bowl on the vanity maximizes counter space.
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Bathroom Counter Decor

In this inviting bath designed by homeowner Debbie Cummins, an arched marble backsplash, curvaceous mirror, and vintage-style faucets from Herbeau lend shape to the room’s structured lines. The vanity’s clean-lined cabinetry blends with the white paneling and provides plenty of storage. See another bath from this home on the following slide. Tags: Bathroom Design Post a comment
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Bathroom Counter Decor

Marble subway tiles at the walls set the stage for this luxurious master bath. Custom vanity cabinetry serves as a dressing table and is painted sage green with gilt details for color. Topped with mirrored glass, the vanity provides plenty of space for perfumes, flowers, and other feminine details. Sconces above demonstrate designer Mary Jo Donohoe’s classic aesthetic. Photograph by Gordon BeallProduced by Eileen A. Deymier Tags: Bathroom Design Post a comment
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Bathroom Counter Decor

In Julia Wong’s Ritz Carlton Showcase apartment, a white limestone countertop with twin sinks from Kallista features clean lines and modern amenities. The large mirror above conceals a television, perfect for catching the morning news while preparing for the workday. Ebony walnut cabinetry with polished nickel hardware provides a sophisticated counterpoint to the limestone and reflective surfaces. See more of Julia’s Showcase apartment. Photography by Werner StraubeProduced by Hilary Rose & Jo Ann McVicker Tags: Bathroom Design Post a comment
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Interior designer Larry Laslo knows how to dazzle, and he showed his stuff in a stunning black-and-white bath for the Kips Bay Boys and Girls Club Showhouse in New York. Matching rectangular, stark-white sinks are set into charcoal-colored iron bases. Frameless circular mirrors hang above the two vanities, which are illuminated by dramatic black-crystal sconces. Walls are covered in heavily veined Italian marble tiles. Photograph by Tria Giovan Produced by Bonnie Maharam Tags: Bathroom Design Post a comment
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When designer Missy Connolly renovated a bath for the Baltimore Symphony Showhouse, she wanted to remain true to the house’s early 20th-century heritage while providing modern amenities. She started by designing a vanity with bowling pin legs and a chunky profile that gives a modern twist to Empire design. “The legs are designed to accommodate a low shelf,” Connolly says.  “Since we couldn’t install a medicine cabinet (a chimney wall was in the way), we used the shelf for storage.” Glass knobs on vanity drawers and crystal sconces add sparkle. Photograph by Ross Chapple Produced by Eileen A. Deymier Tags: Bathroom Design Post a comment
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A long granite-topped vanity accommodates two sinks, plus a convenient sit-down make-up and grooming area in this Asian-inspired Seattle bath. Interior designer Midori Yoshikawa designed the vanity with deep drawers that seem to float above the floor, and incorporated U-shape cutouts on the back to allow for the sink’s plumbing. There’s more storage at each end of the vanity, where narrow cabinets reach nearly floor to ceiling. Photograph by John Granen Produced by Linda Humphrey Tags: Bathroom Design Post a comment
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Large mirrors, tall windows, and luxe surfaces set an elegant tone in the vanity area of this South Carolina master bath. Custom backsplash tiles pick up the blue in the marble countertops. The windows are dressed in tasseled Roman valances and sheer café curtains. Photograph by Jeff McNamaraProduced by Sandra L. Molhmann Tags: Bathroom Design Post a comment
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Two sculptural vessel sinks pair with sleek, wall-mount faucets on a zinc-topped vanity in this Seattle-area bath. The vanity base is open, with baskets rather than drawers corralling bath essentials. Photograph by John GranenProduced by Linda Humphrey Tags: Bathroom Design Post a comment
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White-framed mirrors tastefully disguise built-in medicine cabinets above the vanity (shown in previous slide). The mix of surfaces–zinc countertop, wood vanity, and porcelain sinks–appeals to the sense of touch, says interior designer Roberta Brown Root. “It’s very textural.” Photograph by John GranenProduced by Linda Humphrey Tags: Bathroom Design Post a comment
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His-and-her vanities give couples their own spaces, says California designer Robert Young. He defined “her” space with an ivory cabinet vanity featuring an X-mullion center door backed by watery-blue art glass. The vanity is topped with Corian solid-surfacing material in soft pewter. Backsplash tiles in pewter, charcoal, and cream tones surround the mirror, adding drama and texture. Photograph by Greg Scheidemann Produced by Robert Young Tags: Bathroom Design Post a comment
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Small spaces call for simple solutions. In a Washington D.C. Design Center Showhouse, designer Victoria Neale tucked a crisp white vanity with bowed front next to the door of a charming girl’s bedroom. Narrow, shaded sconces mounted on the mirror frame are functional and fashionable; apple-green walls and a checked valance add pops of color. Photograph by Gordon Beall Produced by Eileen A. Deymier Tags: Bathroom Design Post a comment
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Sophisticated “Chalkstripe” vanities by Kohler fit comfortably in either traditional or contemporary design schemes. The no-nonsense cabinets are accented by a square keyhole aperture on the fronts, which makes for easy access to interior storage. New York designer Amanda Nisbit kept it clean, with a “Blizzard” Caesarstone Quartz Surfaces countertop. Round mirrors and glass sconces add sparkle to the New York beach house bath. Photograph by John Bessler Tags: Bathroom Design Post a comment
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A pair of vanities from Kohler seem suspended against a wall of silver-leaf glass tiles in this New York beach house bath designed by Eric Cohler. The “Purist Wading Pool Lavatory” sits on top the Traverse vanity, which is made with engineered wenge wood. Slow-close drawers on either side feature removable cosmetic trays. In addition to being beautiful, the Traverse vanity was designed and constructed to have minimal impact on the environment. Photograph by John Bessler Tags: Bathroom Design Post a comment
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For this reason I prefer a vanity countertop that is resistant to stains, etchings and other funkiness. This countertop may look like Carrara marble, but I’m guessing it’s actually made of marble-look quartz. Quartz is my go-to bathroom vanity-top material, because of the low upkeep required to keep it looking good.

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