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Bathroom design (consistency) question

Posted by phylhl (My Page) on
Wed, Apr 25, 12 at 9:51

Hi - the electrical rough for my bathroom renovations is happening soon, so I need to provide some specs. Both baths will have white tile, white sink/toilet. Should the electrical outlets and plates also be white, or should they match the rest of the house which is almond?


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RE: Bathroom design (consistency) question

I would put white in the bathroom to match your tile and fixtures.


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me,too.


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Me three


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yup. White.


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Match the room with white.


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White !


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The wall-mounted or pedestal sinks, basins and the small sized baths are simply made for each other,Designer basins and bathtubs can give a awesome look to your bathroom design as they hardly occupy much floor space.You can have recessed and floating cabinets in your bathroom; this should make ample space.

Here is a link that might be useful: ocinteriordesigns


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RE: Bathroom design (consistency) question

phylhl: "Hi - the electrical rough for my bathroom renovations is happening soon, so I need to provide some specs. Both baths will have white tile, white sink/toilet. Should the electrical outlets and plates also be white, or should they match the rest of the house which is almond?"

Joining the chorus for white. But more important at this stage: make sure that you have an electrical outlet installed in close proximity to the toilet; you will need that when you want to install an advanced toilet seat ("Washlet") -- if not now, then in the next few years.


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