Mar 17, 2010

beautiful baths: vanities

some more lovely baths to look at...
love, love this.
the vanity is beautiful and so simple.
love the wood floors,
the cow hide rug, vanity,
and the overall feel of this bath.
really lovely pair of vanities.
isn't this one fabulous?
fun burst of color,
and the bow front vanity is really unique.

simple and pretty.
i can't get over that sink!
and the chandelier is so fun.
so, so pretty.
i love the simple clean lines of the vanity.
and i love that the sink is off-center.
fun and interesting.
i'm pretty sure thsi is the work of mcapline booth and ferrier.
im totally digging the trim on those panels too!
you can't see to well with the picture,
but the cabinet fronts are a metal/wire grid
with fabric behind.
very pretty.
an interesting solution--
they put the vanity and mirrors in front 
of the windows.
i like the way the soft yellow tile and
carrara marble are incorporated
 with the small horizontal bands of marble.

i really like the art work hung here.
real art in pretty frames in a bathroom.

totally love this one.
i'm dying over that mirror, and
the wood countertops are fabulous.

another wood vanity top...

soothing and traditional.


  1. as much as i love the freestnading open look, i realized i'm a girl that needs storage! when i was in vegas for my 29th birthday i stayed at a hotel that had the best vanity--i loved all the drawers and places to put stuff (no to mention the tv in the bathroom was great, too!).

  2. that should obviously be "freestanding" . . .

  3. i am the same way.
    i could never, ever have a pedestal sink in my master! i NEED the storage.
    my post tomorrow is on bathroom BUILT-INS!
    there are some reallt pretty ones...

  4. Once again - gorgeous. I love the look of the wood counter, but I don't think I would have the nerve to do that.

  5. Great blog! Fantastic images. thanks for sharing. :)

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