Bathroom Vanity

This weekend, we celebrated my nephew's first birthday with a fabulous summer party at my brother-and-sister-in-law's house. Mike and Collyn live in a charming 1928 Tudor-style home that's great for entertaining. One of my favorite rooms is a neat bathroom off the kitchen with original tile and a cast-iron bathtub. The bath cabinet needed replacing, so instead of buying one new, they found an antique marble-top dresser and added a sink and faucet. The 'new' cabinet looks authentic to the house and the room, as if it were installed in the late '20's with the rest of the bath fixtures. I've included a photo below, many thanks to Collyn for sending it over and for hosting such a wonderful party!

Collyn and Mike's marble-top bath vanity

Great use of an antique table paired 
with a modern sink and faucet

The antique sconces and vibrant wallpaper 
add interest to this small space

This bath console is a reproduction, but I love the 
antique urns used as storage containers
Photos from MetHome and Elle Decor

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