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    hot pink and cream rug

  • Ciara Schmidt

    Pink rug, white bathroom, double sink and #industry design| http://industrialdesign426.blogspot.com

  • Lurline Hahn

    Pink rug, white #bathroom decorating before and after #bathroom interior design #bathroom interior #bathroom decorating #modern bathroom design| http://bathroomdecoratingbeforeandafter521.blogspot.com

  • Merry

    clean, airy master bath

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Standard vanity cabinet depth is 21" deep. A 22" deep countertop will give you a 1" overhang in front. Double sinks typically requires a minimum of two 30" wide vanity cabinets. Bowls are centered in each vanity. You can use two 30" wide vanities and a stack of 12" drawers between and center bowls over the two vanities. If countertop will not be abutting a wall, calculate a 1/2" overhang on each end of the counter.

The tiny cottage fixer upper lakehouse - these old homed that hold so many memories are fun!

Maybe something like this for the upstairs bathroom? With an old dresser or cabinet for more storage beside it? Photo by Clive Tompsett.

Kid's Bath. This is above budget but we could select some less expensive tile to use this. Looks great with simple white subway. A ceiling to floor linen shower curtain would be divine.

This end table converted into an open vanity is perfect for a small bath. The polished countertop, vessel sink, and sleek faucet bring fresh design to limited quarters, while playfully contradicting the traditional base. The shelf below adds space to keep extra towels on hand.

In your back pocket...: In Our Imaginary House: A Trough Sink

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For my downstairs powder room. A piece of furniture that can be re-purposed into something unique. In total, this project cost us less than $150, with the inclusion of a few plumbing connections and a tube of caulk. The result: a one-of-a-kind custom vanity that adds charm and elegance to our renovated half bath.