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Re-doing weird bathroom vanity
January 25, 2013 in Design Dilemma
Our condo's bathroom was redone with gray floor and white subway tiles in tub, but vanity was left with pink countertop, built in ugly mirror and ugly lights.

Want to do a Reno for under $1,000. Vanity is built in, so will keep that.

What do you think would work for countertop? I was thinking gray something to match floors - and then do vessel sink. Any ideas for mirror and lights?

I have very limited vision when it comes to stuff like this!!!
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Ironwood Builders
I think darker than the floor...what is the material of the tub skirt? Looks blue or black? Do a slab to eliminate that weird cut on the formica. Your mirror mounted light fixture is easy to change...just harder to figure out...I'll let the designers weigh in on that.
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Head to your local slab gallery and check out their remnant pieces. They are generally discounted slabs left over from old kitchen jobs. You will easily be able to afford a natural granite or marble countertop within your price range.
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The material on the tub skirt is a medium gray tile - same as the floor.
So you think a darker grey for the counter? Would you put in any new tile above it, like it was before with the pink one?
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