This light blue master bathroom features his and her vanities with antique white cabinets and neutral granite countertops. A frameless decorative oval mirror is positioned above each vanity, while a linen cabinet provides plenty of storage space for bathroom essentials.
An antique vanity with original hand-painted tiles creates adds a sense of history to a bathroom in a new-construction bungalow home. The lines of the vanity are mimicked in the mirror for a well-considered look.
This light and bright master bathroom features a spacious vanity with a white porcelain vessel sink, white stone countertops and white wood cabinets. A pair of sconces frames the mirror above the vanity, while a nearby antique green armoire provides storage and a pop of color.
This modern white cottage guest bathroom features a marble topped antique dresser vanity with a traditional white sink and chrome wall mounted faucet, brass wall sconces, white painted shiplap walls, and antique mirror and glass door knob.
Consider pairing an antique with a color scheme that brings out its unique beauty. This straightforward vanity builds its look from an antique buffet that has be re-purposed for use in this transitional bathroom. The gray walls, large wooden mirror and simple accessories accent the design.
Bun feet give this built-in bathroom vanity the feel of a freestanding piece of furniture. Mirrors with scalloped, antiqued frames add interest, while pale blue walls and tile floors set on a diagonal create the illusion of more space.
Two vanities finished in driftwood are featured in this master bathroom on opposite walls for 'his and hers'. The sconces are a bit antique looking to combine new and old giving a vintage and eclectic feel to the space.
A sturdy antique iron machine base contrasts with the bright, airy vibe in this bathroom for an unexpected, unique look. The round silver mirror and white vessel sink modernize classic elements like beadboard walls and a marble vanity countertop.
As seen on HGTV's Sarah's House, this family bathroom offers ample storage space thanks to a set of antique dressers converted into vanities. Topped with marble counters and timeless fixtures, the restored vanities blend seamlessly with new, custom-made mirrors.
Two vanities are featured in this master bathroom on opposite walls for 'his and hers'. The driftwood finish on the cabinetry was chosen to give the space some reference to the beach, as was the pebble tile. The sconces are a bit antique looking to combine new and old giving a vintage and eclectic feel to the space.
The original window and built-in cabinets were retained since they are a desirable and authentic feature of the home's period. An antique table converted into a vanity with vessel sink adds a timeless touch. And though white subway tile did not make an appearance in the kitchen, rest assured that it's in full evidence in the remodeled bathroom, as seen on HGTV's Fixer Upper.