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Vanity for a black and white bathroom?

Posted by aries61 (My Page) on
Sun, Feb 24, 13 at 10:55

Looking to update my guest bathroom. I've already changed the faucets. Not looking to change anything else except the vanity and top. Looking for suggestions on what should I change it to. Should I keep it white or change it to something else? Also, what color vanity counter should I change it to. Open to all suggestions.

Below is a picture of it with the current vanity.
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I'm also changing out the interior doors and trim to white.


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RE: Vanity for a black and white bathroom?

I would do a pedestal sink, or a funky vessel sink. I'm stumped on the vanity finish.


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RE: Vanity for a black and white bathroom?

Houzz.com has thousands of pictures of black and white bathrooms-
might give you some ideas.


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RE: Vanity for a black and white bathroom?

I checked Houzz.com and most of the b/w bathrooms had more white then black as I do. Only saw a few with black tubs and those had mostly white tiles.


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RE: Vanity for a black and white bathroom?

maybe swap out cabinets for natural maple, rather than white.


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RE: Vanity for a black and white bathroom?

I can see your bathroom with a white pedestal sink (as mentioned above) and a wallpaper or stencil like this bathroom has. And hang a shower curtain,white with green trim like the shade.

I can imagine the ceiling in this pic being your tub/shower and the colored walls really bring it to life.


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RE: Vanity for a black and white bathroom?

I'd put a white console sink in.
It's a pretty bathroom.


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