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Please help me choose 1 of these 2 vanities

Posted by threeapples (My Page) on
Thu, Feb 9, 12 at 22:14

the floor in our powder room will be antiqued black and white checkerboard marble. it's a 6ft x 6ft and will only just have the vanity and a toilet. which of these will work best with our Georgian styled house? the simpler one would get antique brass hardware. thanks for any comments.

option 1
http://www.faucetdirect.com/xylem-v-glenayre-30-30-dark-espresso-vanity-from-the-glenayre-collection/p1393881

Here is a link that might be useful: option 2


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RE: Please help me choose 1 of these 2 vanities

Here is a picture of your Xylem cabinet.

I like it better overall. And with the checker floor, I think it will be nice looking.
gw poster's inspiration cab.


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RE: Please help me choose 1 of these 2 vanities

thanks for the photo, enduring. do you like it better because it's simpler? do you think i should try to do the hammered silver sink and white marble top? thanks for any thoughts?


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RE: Please help me choose 1 of these 2 vanities

I also like the first option. I think the second one will look to busy with the black and white checkered floor.


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RE: Please help me choose 1 of these 2 vanities

threeapples-Between these 2 vanities, you would have to go with the first option. The second option is even wider than the Kallista, so it's a no-go.

I just responded on your other thread with more visuals & info for you...

Here is a link that might be useful: Your Other Sink Thread


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