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Bathroom Vanity Ideas

Last week my own home project got underway. In need of some extra space, we are adding a master suite onto our existing house. I’m most excited about having a new bathroom and am in the process of narrowing down tile, lighting and plumbing fixtures. The vanity has proven to be more difficult for me to design. We want to have the most storage we can get out of it, while not having it feel too heavy. So most recently I’ve been on been on the lookout for smart bathroom vanity ideas. Here are a few beautiful custom vanities that have caught my eye.

bathroom vanity with tower cabinet

Love the extra storage that this vanity with cabinet combo provides!

mirrored bathroom vanity

Although a little too glam for my taste, I think this vanity, marble counter and lucite mirror pairing is fabulous.

gray and white bathroom vanity

This vanity looks like an antique chest of drawers which I love, but is too petite for our space. But, isn’t the tile outstanding as well?

bathroom vanity with lucite pulls

This is a beautiful vanity in a traditional style, but with a contemporary lucite pull. Love the grasscloth here too!

glam bathroom with layered mirrors - Suzane Kasler

I love the this vanity that feels like a vanities may look like freestanding pieces of furniture. The beautiful layered mirrors  also caught my attention.

bathroom vanity with leather pulls

The extend countertop and leather pulls had me loving this modern bathroom vanity.

light gray vanity with double sinks - bathroom

The open shelving separating the sinks on this vanity had me taking a second look.

blue bathroom vanity - Jamie Drake

This vanity in glossy powder blue with opening shelving is a fave. Love the charming cutout pulls. Paired with teal grasscloth, gold fixtures and neutral tile floor, this bathroom is a stunner.

I’ve pinned so many more inspiring bathroom designs on my Designer Bathrooms Pinterest board and am having a hard time narrowing down what I want!

Also, if you are looking to update your bathroom soon, check out Joss & Main’s bath sale – they have some great tile, vanities and facets on sale!

happy decorating,

cristin

* image sources from top to bottom: houzz, Elizabeth Bauer Designs, Pinterest, DecorPad, Architectural Digest, Pinterest, New England Home, Phillip Jefferies

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Introducing Dekton by Cosentino :: Revolutionary New Surface

Dekton kitchen countertop

One of the highlights of touring KBIS with #BlogTourVegas last month was discovering new and innovative products. One such product is Cosentino’s newly launched ultra-compact surface called Dekton. Cosentino, an industry leader in quartz, natural stone and architectural surfaces may be best known for their popular Silestone products, but was buzzing about their new revolutionary product. Dekton is a highly innovative surface that can be used both indoors and out. By leveraging a proprietary technology that mimics the metamorphic change that rocks and stone undergo in nature over thousands of years, Dekton embodies extreme strength and durability. Dekton’s advanced technical properties provide UV and thermal shock resistance, superior strength, high resistance to impact, scratches and abrasion and low water absorption. This product is really ground breaking and can be used in so many applications beyond kitchens and bathrooms – imagine Dekton used for high-traffic flooring, exterior facades and pool surrounds to name a few.

Dekton surfaces - outdoor pool and patio

Produced in large format slabs, measuring approximately 12″ x 56″ inches and three thicknesses (1.2 cm, 2 cm and 3 cm), Dekton allows flexibility for large-scale applications as seen in the poolside patio and the building facade below.

Dekton - exterior facade on buildingDekton advanced technology surfaces - colors

Currently, Dekton is available in three collections – Solid, Natural and Tech – with thirteen white, grey, black and natural stone hues and in three polished, matte, wood and slate finishes. In the future, the collection will expand to include a wide range of innovative aesthetics including rust, concrete and oxidized metal as well as a variety of textures, such as rippled, leather, denim, brushed and coated. Stay tuned!

happy decorating,

cristin

*disclosure: this post was sponsored by Dekton by Cosentino through BlogTouralthough all opinions are my own.

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