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What Style is this Vanity?

Posted by amritakaur (My Page) on
Sun, Aug 12, 12 at 21:49

I'm remodeling my bathroom and just bought this vanity on Craigslist. It's so cute, I want to make it the centerpiece of the bathroom. It's very solidly built- no particleboard AFAIK.

Although it's probably just a reproduction, I'd like to know the name of its style, so as to get some decorating ideas to go along with it.

It also came with this mirror (see link), which seems somewhat old.

Thanks in advance!

Here is a link that might be useful: Vanity Mirror


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RE: What Style is this Vanity?

It was a demi-lunette console before it got sinked.
Casey


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RE: What Style is this Vanity?

Amrita, do you think it was always painted? To me it looks like something that might have started out in a mahogany finish. Possibly a previous owner painted it to seem more French.

Lovely piece, and it will be a beautiful focus for your room.


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RE: What Style is this Vanity?

Thank you!

After getting it home and looking at it more carefully, it turns out to be modern, made in China. But it's nice and sturdy, and for $75 I can't complain. I really like it.


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