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6 ft vanity design

Posted by jasperdog (My Page) on
Sat, Jun 1, 13 at 23:42

We have two bathrooms that have room for 72" vanities. We would like to have double sinks and pendant or sconce lighting. One end of the vanity is against a wall. How do we design the vanities so that there will be room for at least 3 (one on each end and one between the sinks) or 4 lights and still get useful drawer space for hair brushes, etc. Style is contemporary/modern with undermount sinks. Mirrors can be two separate or one large.

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RE: 6 ft vanity design

jasper --

My post about my completed bath (faux green marble post) that I recently posted shows my custom 6ft long vanity with 2 sinks. By making the central drawers narrower, the sinks could be closer and allow for 3 sconces, or you could use one continuous mirror and mount the sconces in the mirror itself.

If interested, I could pm you the plans for the vanity my cabinet maker sent me. I used a modification of plans that have been posted by others.

RE: 6 ft vanity design

We just completed a 72-inch vanity with double sinks and 3 sconces. There are walls at both ends. We experimented with various designs and are pleased with what we worked out with the cabinet maker. It is a contemporary design with several drawers and a central pullout.

We left for Japan 2 days after the contractor completed most of his work, and we just returned home yesterday. I haven't taken pictures yet, but I will try to send some in the next few days. I don't have the 2 mirrors yet, but you will be able to see placement of sconces and design of the drawers.

RE: 6 ft vanity design

rjr220 - Thanks for the reply. Yes, I would be interested in knowing how wide the doors and drawers are.

dibgar - I would love to see pictures.

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