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Bathroom Vanities 22 Ideabooks

How much bathroom lighting do you need? Where do you place it? Should it go above the mirror or on either side? There are plenty of options to consider, but one often goes unnoticed: the lighted vanity mirror. Most of these mirrors have two faces: one for standard viewing, one with magnification. The better mirrors...
Bathroom Design: Getting Tile Around the Vanity Right
Tiling under your new vanity or custom cabinets can prevent shower or sink water from finding its way into your house. Extending tile all the way under freestanding or floating vanities can make a room look and feel larger, too. These vanities are popular...
8 Vanity Flair Fashions for a Chic Bathroom
A bathroom vanity, whether in a powder room or master bathroom, provides a unique opportunity to show a little personality. If I were to equate a vanity to a fashion element, it would definitely be the shoe. Like a shoe, a vanity serves a basic purpose...
Walk Through a Granite Countertop Installation — Showroom to Finish
Installing granite in your kitchen or bathroom is one of the best investments you can make for your home. However, it's anything but easy. The...
Bathroom Design: How to Pick Out a Vanity
It's not always the most glamorous part of a bathroom remodel, but choosing the right vanity can make or break your bathroom's design. If it's placed awkwardly in a traffic route, uses poor or mismatched materials, or doesn't have enough storage, the...
Light-Up Mirrors Offer Bright Design Solutions
I'm often turned on to new design trends or products through recommendations from my clients or the designer on the project. One of my latest loves is a light-up electric mirror — yup, it's as fancy as it sounds! This mirror with built-in lighting...
Kitchen Counters: Granite, Still a Go-to Surface Choice
Mottled, monochromatic or veined; beige or bold blue; affordable or budget breaking — granite defies nearly all typecasting, save for being...
How to Mix Metal Finishes in the Bathroom
After professing my love for a kitchen with mixed-metal finishes, it got me wondering if the mixing of metal finishes is acceptable elsewhere, upon which...
Wonderful Wood Countertops for Kitchen and Bath
Do you think wood counters in the bathroom or kitchen and kids don't mix? Well, it ain't necessarily so. I decided to do some research on what people with wood countertops really think about their care and maintenance. I went to several discussion threads...
Kitchen Counters: Durable, Easy-Clean Soapstone
Chemistry class might’ve been your first experience with soapstone, where it was the countertop material of choice due to its chemically inert composition (meaning chemicals won’t mar it) and high density, making it impervious to stains and...
18 Sumptuous Vanities for Singular Bathrooms
This roundup of sensational vanities is giving me an unhealthy level of vanity envy. Is that a thing? If you long for a bathroom vanity that is truly unique, then these will get you thinking creatively about your space. All but two of these are custom...
Green and Clean: Ecofriendly Bath Countertops
For countertops subjected to splashes and steamy shower moisture, durability is the name of the game — and recycled content adds to their green credibility. Thankfully, neither of these features mean having to compromise...
Singular Double-Vanity Bathrooms
Wouldn't it be so nice not to have to share bathroom counter space or wait for a turn at the sink to brush your teeth? If your bathroom is spacious enough for a double vanity, you're in luck. Here are some ideas to get you started in picking the one that's...
2012 Trends: What's New for Your Bathroom Cabinets
Cabinetry can make a major statement in a bathroom — especially a large master bath. Many of the newest, strongest design trends still come from Europe, and American manufacturers bring innovation to the category with smart solutions for your bath.
A Furniture Look for Your Bathroom Vanity
We get many questions from Houzz users asking us where they can get this or that bathroom vanity, and often the answer is that the vanity is a custom or semi-custom piece, not a standalone readymade piece. But even when vanities are assembled...
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