Bathroom Vanity Designs & Ideas
Photo by Eric Roth
Jeff Garland Photography
Sisters in Sync Design
Matthew Millman Photography
AB & K Bath and Kitchen
Custom concrete vanity for Wainscott Residence.
Lesher Natural Stone, Quartz, & Tile
These two custom made soapstone sinks are best described as "farm style vessel bowls" designed for a customer who had this to say: "I chose to work with Lesher Natural Stone, Quartz, & Tile for a bathroom installation in our 200 year old farm house. The decision was deliberate, after looking extensively in central Pennsylvania for a company that offered something other than big-box, mass market products. Frank's [Lesher] obvious passion for his work was infectious. His willingness to accommodate my schedule, to hear my vision for the space, and to produce, on the spot, several novel design ideas that still honored our centuries-old home sealed the deal. It was easy to reach a design plan and from design through installation, all went smoothly and on time. Given another opportunity, I'd make the same choice again without hesitation." Dr. Wendy Dean from Carlisle Photo Cindy Lesher
GEORGE Interior Design
Photos by Manolo Langis
Eduarda Correa Arquitetura & Interiores
Terracotta Design Build
RKD Architects, Inc
The bathroom has a spa feeling with its vessel soaking tub, floating cabinetry, and high ceiling. Photo: Gibeon Photography
Kenorah Design + Build Ltd.
Victoria Achtymichuk Photography
Greener Lives LLC
Although this custom corner cabinet increased the floor space in this tiny bathroom, there still was not enough storage. Using a tall medicine cabinet in the corner added extra room for toiletries. Building a special mount for the light fixture provided good lighting for someone standing in front of the angled mirror. The room also features a dual-flush toilet, a Water Sense faucet, energy efficient lighting, recycled ceramic tile and non-toxic, no-VOC paint. The quartz, engineered stone countertop is certified for low toxic emissions. Photo by Robin Stancliff.
Clifford M. Scholz Architects, LLC
Greg Wilson, Greg Wilson Photography