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Bathroom vanity

Posted by pcdesmond (My Page) on
Fri, Aug 22, 14 at 11:27

I'm trying to decide on whether to go with a white vanity with marble top and ORB faucet or mahogany one with beige top and nickel faucet. Flooring would be hex tiles. This would be for a farmhouse. Opinions please.

I have attached a picture of the mahogany vanity and provided a link to the white one below.

Thanks.

Here is a link that might be useful: white vanity


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RE: Bathroom vanity

I think for a farmhouse the white/marble/ORB option is a great look, especially with the hex tiles.


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RE: Bathroom vanity

Plus it's called Winterfell. Go House Stark!!!


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Oh, well, if it's Winterfell then it gets my vote automatically. Winter is coming.


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RE: Bathroom vanity

I have a vanity in my guest bath with drawers about that size. Have you seen it in person? You might be shocked at how little they hold. Not meant for a regularly used bath IMO.


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RE: Bathroom vanity

may_flowers is right about the drawer size. I went on color and counter material alone--plus Winterfell--and overlooked the details. Those drawers aren't going to hold much at all.


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RE: Bathroom vanity

If you are concerned with the drawer size, I am sure you can find a white vanity with a marble top with larger drawers that would look great. I am not a fan of the tan countertop on the mahogany vanity in a farmhouse bathroom with hex tile floors.


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RE: Bathroom vanity

Please do your research on marble tops (if its really marble). They show water spots and stain very easily- make sure you are OK with that.


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