Every month a popular Atlanta exhibition center opens its doors as a market for buyers and sellers. Aisle after aisle you are able to discover beautiful antique jewelry and furniture, among other collectibles. I encouraged a neighbor to accompany me during a recent trip at which I was shopping for furniture to utilize in our powder room. Our powder bath, much like others in our subdivision, has builder’s grade vanities that many homeowners never get around to shifting.
With her face expression, I could tell she had an “Aha!” Moment once I shared with her my plans to retrofit a piece for a dressing table. Prior to this dialog, she saw was dressers, consoles and buffets. Then through my eyes she saw endless furniture options for my new powder bathtub. What do you see?
KannCept Design, Inc..
A white buffet with its cabriole legs balances the layers of dark tones in this casually elegant bath. It also emphasizes the appeal of mixing the old with the new.
Peg Berens Interior Design LLC
An understated whitewashed wood side table efficiently plays a supporting part to this highly glamorized jewel box bath. Its slim legs help to maintain a sense of openness, even in tight quarters.
Kaufman Homes, Inc..
Steeped in Asian influence, a wood chest provides a taste of the Orient to a contemporary bath.
Studio William Hefner
Mirrored walls have been unapologetically interrupted by a sculptural, fluted-front dressing table. Almost mistaken for a luxurious wetbar, this piece is sure to be a conversation piece and also an excuse to linger longer at the loo.
A rich, hearty carved table-turned-vanity finds its rightful place among the partitions of background. A repurposed table similar to this you are able to keep an heirloom in your family and honor your stylish lineage.
A classic Victorian home overlooks a fervent powder room to coincide. Choose a vanity made up of beautifully time-worn wood, or recreate the look with a glazed faux finish.
Stonebreaker Builders & Remodelers
Smitten by its thick turned legs and jeweled hardware, this piece, together with the mirror, showcases its curves from the room’s boxy shape.
Angelica Henry Design
Sometimes simplicity is enough to make a bold statement. This straight-edged vanity full with low profiling doorways along with a subtle sheen provides an equally dispersed combination of beauty and function.
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