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Swap Out the Sink A new sink can energize a boring bathroom. Before you replace it, though, consider your needs. You might want to try standing in front of the model you're considering and acting out your morning routine. Will you have enough room to brush your teeth or put in your contacts? Your choice should balance aesthetics with practicality.
Squeeze more function into small spaces with strategically selected pieces of furniture. A tall table designed for an entry hall or foyer supplies a slice of sophisticated storage in this cozy bath. The table's height and long legs play up the room's vertical dimension.
Antique Style Charming Details This spare but classic bath gets its appeal from vintage-inspired details. Everything except for the bath and toilet were overhauled to create a modern interpretation of a classic setting; the pedestal sink, beveled-edge mirror, subway bath tile, and tan tile installations lend themselves to the homeowner's affinity for antique accents.