This console table and pedestal sink from the Standard Collection complements bathrooms with traditional décor and includes built-in towel bars and a glass shelf for storage. Found locally at Pacific Plumbing Supply Co. or visit americanstandard-us.com.
tiles: Crossville Ceramic Co from The Great Indoors, 6x24 planks (color: Lead) promo $9/sq ft (originally $14/sq ft) floor grout: Lowes (warm gray) white subway tiles: Daltile from Home Depot accent tiles: a mix of honed carrara marble, polished Calcutta marble, & aqua/grey sea-glasss from Bedrosians, Denver location ($10.50/sq ft sheet)
When I was growing up, my aunt had a skirt around her pedestal sink, and she kept a little basket under it for towels and toiletries. It’s one of those things that always stuck with me because it was such an elegant storage solution, not to mention a fun way to add pattern and color to the bathroom. I thought it was time to revisit the project, but this time with a modern eye.
With its carved feet and white knobs, the towering gray cabinetry brings all the charm of an antique step-back cupboard with the sturdiness of a modern built-in. On each side, curvy ceramic sink consoles and simple framed mirrors keep the room light and fresh.