Mixing styles? Vanity with wood wainscoting and subway tile

cathsauApril 2, 2012

New to bathroom remodeling with this 90 year old house. Want a vanity for storage as we have lived with pedestal sink for 20 years, and want to trade pink tile for white wainscoting and (mostly) white subway tile. No room for tub; shower will have rimless glass walls on two sides, meeting at a corner. I'm having trouble picturing a 42" long wood vanity. White might look more appropriate, but I think the room will need some warmth. Please offer opinions on whether shower and vanity will look too modern for wainscoting. Thanks in advance.

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Not at all. Lots of people have done that type of a bathroom. If you aren't a 100% sure about the wood vanity, why not consider black? It's a great combo with wainscot.

Here is a link that might be useful: Images of bathrooms with wainscot

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