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Bathroom showrooms in Westchester and lower CT area

Posted by ellendi (My Page) on
Tue, Sep 10, 13 at 10:07

Seeing linelle's post, reminded me that we still have our hall bath left to do.
When we did our master bath we found a display that I loved and pretty much copied it off the showroom. That place has since closed:(
I am not good at visioning things. If I find something and like it, I will love it for years.


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RE: Bathroom showrooms in Westchester and lower CT area

If you don't mind driving to NJ, check out Hardware-Design in Fairfield, NJ (not CT). We purchased the bathroom fixtures for all three of our bathrooms there, and we had a local guy make us our vanities, which were inspired by (modified "copies" of) vanities we had seen in the showroom.


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RE: Bathroom showrooms in Westchester and lower CT area

Best Plumbing Tile & Stone on Central Ave. in Scarsdale has a good set of displays. Also Klaff's on Central Ave. Klaffs is pricey and I didn't love their sales staff, but the displays are good for inspiration. Majestic Kitchen and Bath in Mamaroneck has a large showroom.

If you are looking for some good tile inspirations, the people at Rye Ridge Tile in Port Chester and Walker Zanger in Mt. Vernon were especially helpful when we did our 2 bathrooms.


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RE: Bathroom showrooms in Westchester and lower CT area

Thanks!


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RE: Bathroom showrooms in Westchester and lower CT area

There's a Klaff's in So. Norwalk and another in Danbury...very expensive but gorgeous stuff and great for ideas.


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