How to choose a new bathroom faucet: 1. Consider the silhouette and finish that works best with your bathroom's existing setup (curvy or sleek, chrome or gold). 2. Think through how much use the new faucet is likely to receive. Remember: a more decorative style better suits a powder room. 3. Know your budget before your begin your search. 4. Take a picture of the sink and write down its dimensions before you shop.
Rather than using standard cabinetry, consider creating a sink vanity out of an old dresser. A cabinetmaker can cut a hole in the top of the dresser to fit a drop-in sink. Cover the top of the dresser with a slab of countertop in the material of your choice. Paint the dresser a punchy color to update it even further
master bath tile @ http://livingbeautifullydiy.blogspot.com/2012/04/sourcing-sourcing.html A few small updates to our master ensuite...oh how accessories can make such a difference! http://livingbeautifullydiy.com/life-in-general/master-ensuite-reveal