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Photos of bathroom counters

Posted by minty88 (My Page) on
Tue, Dec 11, 12 at 22:16

I am debating between Cambria Canterbury, Cambria Darlington or New Venetian Gold in my bathroom. Does anyone have a photo of any of them in your bathroom? And are you happy with your choice?

My paint is a sage green. But I may repaint it with Pittsfield Buff.

Here are some pictures of my bathroom:

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RE: Photos of bathroom counters

I believe our granite was St. Cecilia but New Venetian Gold is similar or another name for the same. We selected to compliment existing tile which we were not changing. Color changes with lighting which the photos show.

Here is a link that might be useful: Master Bathroom

RE: Photos of bathroom counters

fnmroberts--how long is that vanity, and what are the cabinet dimensions? (I'm hoping you say 60" and ___ cabinets). And, if it is 60" vanity, what is the size of the sinks?


RE: Photos of bathroom counters

kirkhall - Our vanity is 62" wide and the top overhangs 1", making it 63" wide.

Basins are Kohler Caxton 17". This style is also available as a smaller 15" if counter space is an issue. The Linen cabinet is 22.75" wide and 96" tall.

We had a local cabinet maker build both. Hope this helps.

RE: Photos of bathroom counters

fnmrobberts, your granite looks great. Thank you so much for the photos.

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