Art Deco Bathroom Vanity

Art Deco Bathroom Vanity

Placing a Stencil to Create an Art Deco Vanity Tray Placing a stencil symmetrically on a tray is Step 2 of creating your Art Deco vanity tray Use painter’s tape to secure the stencil. In this example, the tray was the right size to fit four stencils. If your tray is not, plan to start your stencil in the middle of the tray, then go outward from the center. Photo by: Maureen Stevens
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Art Deco Bathroom Vanity

Powder Room Featuring a Black Tile Wall, Art Deco Mirror and White Bowl Sink This powder room’s got style! An impactful, black, tile wall is a unique and gorgeous for the space. A mirror with an art deco feel is the bathroom’s centerpiece. Farmhouse-style vanity fixtures provide ample light, and a vessel-style sink in a floating counter adds classy simplicity.
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Art Deco Bathroom Vanity

Gray Tile Art Deco Bathroom Mosaic tile creates a contrasting grid pattern for a striking floor in this Art Deco bathroom. Marble tiles are used on the walls for sophisticated, monochromatic look, while white sinks keep the space light and airy. Metallics, from the brass light fixtures and mirrors to the gold faucets and plumbing, bring an updated vintage feel to the space.
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Art Deco Bathroom Vanity

If you have a small bathroom, and planning to remodel or upgrade it, think vanity consoles as they offer a few benefits. Space saving abilities is the number one selling point for the vanity consoles. The open space under a sink is a perfect place to add extra storage where you can keep your bath products in stylish baskets. Consoles are also easy to clean. A vanity with no walls lets you clean it thoroughly with ease. In addition, console sinks come in so many styles, you can easily find one that fits your bathroom. Speaking the design variety, we’ve gathered a few popular consoles of every style, from modern to vintage, from art deco to industrial. Read on for sources.
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Art Deco Bathroom Vanity

Pure white tops with distinguishing decorative flourishes are found in the collection of Ameli vanity consoles at Tulli Zuccari. A curious and striking design, it would blend seamlessly into your art deco or classic bathroom. The vanity sits atop two immaculate legs – gracefully curved and beautifully teamed with gold or silver. Offering a glossy or satin finish, the top is available in sparkling white. The gold or silver bar extending from the top is unexpected, giving the console sculptural glamor. Ameli comes complete with your choice of limited-edition, specially crafted mirrors (which can include fine detail etched in 24-karat gold leaf) and is available from Tulli Zuccari.Source
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Art Deco Bathroom Vanity

This powder room’s got style! An impactful, black, tile wall is a unique and gorgeous for the space. A mirror with an art deco feel is the bathroom’s centerpiece. Farmhouse-style vanity fixtures provide ample light, and a vessel-style sink in a floating counter adds classy simplicity.
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Art Deco Bathroom Vanity

Marble-Clad Master Bathroom Elegant white vanities feature open, gold bases and gold faucets, bringing metallic charm to the master bathroom. Brass sconces surround the deep-set mirrors for a little Art Deco inspiration.
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Art Deco Bathroom Vanity

Placing a stencil symmetrically on a tray is Step 2 of creating your Art Deco vanity tray Use painter’s tape to secure the stencil. In this example, the tray was the right size to fit four stencils. If your tray is not, plan to start your stencil in the middle of the tray, then go outward from the center. Photo by: Maureen Stevens
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Once your have completed all the steps to create your Art Deco vanity tray, finish by arranging all of your beautiful perfume bottles across its surface. We especially love it styled with glass and crystal containers and a vase of fresh, colorful flowers. Photo By: Maureen Stevens
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This bird’s-eye, partial view of a DIY Art Deco vanity tray, illustrates the level of sophistication and artistry visible in this do-it-yourself design. Objects seem to sparkle as they are placed on the tray. Photo By: Maureen Stevens
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Placing a stencil symmetrically on a tray is Step 2 of creating your Art Deco vanity tray Use painter’s tape to secure the stencil. In this example, the tray was the right size to fit four stencils. If your tray is not, plan to start your stencil in the middle of the tray, then go outward from the center.
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Once your have completed all the steps to create your Art Deco vanity tray, finish by arranging all of your beautiful perfume bottles across its surface. We especially love it styled with glass and crystal containers and a vase of fresh, colorful flowers.
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This bird’s-eye, partial view of a DIY Art Deco vanity tray, illustrates the level of sophistication and artistry visible in this do-it-yourself design. Objects seem to sparkle as they are placed on the tray.
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Elegant white vanities feature open, gold bases and gold faucets, bringing metallic charm to the master bathroom. Brass sconces surround the deep-set mirrors for a little Art Deco inspiration.
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Mosaic tile creates a contrasting grid pattern for a striking floor in this Art Deco bathroom. Marble tiles are used on the walls for sophisticated, monochromatic look, while white sinks keep the space light and airy. Metallics, from the brass light fixtures and mirrors to the gold faucets and plumbing, bring an updated vintage feel to the space.
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Think about planning for the perfect bathroom that is inspired by a trip to your favorite spa (or even something far less extravagant) and you are often spending an enormous amount of time shopping for the right bathtub, tile and vanity. But in all this rush, another essential piece of bathroom décor seems to be neglected more often than not. The gorgeous and dashing mirror above the vanity is something that we all tend to easily forget about. Yet it is this that makes a huge difference to the ambiance of the bathroom and turns even the smallest powder room into a dashing delight.
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Personalized Constellation Vanity Tray Add constellation dots from the zodiac onto simple plates and turn them into modern, personalized vanity trays for you or a friend. They make a wonderful addition to a dresser, workspace or bathroom vanity.
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A lush, green chaise and the ceiling’s hand-painted paper finish add to the look of luxury in the En Vogue Salon at the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2015. The mix of deep green, black, white and gold are a nod to art deco glamour.
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A slim under-mounted sink that fits into a lovely white Carrera Marble vanity, the Julien bathroom console offers a simple and elegant accent for sophisticated bathrooms. A rectangular form, the console has a sense of space and openness that makes rooms appear less crowded. Available in wall-mount or freestanding styles, it looks light and airy, even when balanced on narrow spindly legs. Beneath a gorgeous marble surface rests a stainless steel sink with sharp clean lines. The steel and Carrera Marble (as in model 502355 shown) are a wonderful marriage of light materials in contrasting textures, for a modern indulgence and design. An alluring bathroom furnishing, the Julien console uses the natural beauty of marble to create a stunning vanity for modern interiors.
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Add constellation dots from the zodiac onto simple plates and turn them into modern, personalized vanity trays for you or a friend. They make a wonderful addition to a dresser, workspace or bathroom vanity.
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Pink might not really be a color of choice for most in the modern bathroom, but it surely stands out from the pack and gives the gray bathroom a snazzy, cheerful appeal. Since the color is inevitably associated with all things feminine, you cannot really escape this aspect while using it in the bathroom as well. But those daring enough to try hot pinks and bolder fuchsia will be able to fashion a modern bathroom that is anything but girlish! Look beyond the stereotype and you will easily see how this combination of gray and pink can create a cozy and comforting escape.
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The Form console from Laufen is a nice contemporary design. And it comes with a very functional form, thus the name. Let’s say you have a very narrow bathroom, and the space between the wall and the door opening is tiny. Thanks to the fact that the counter is much more narrow on both ends (vs. the sink depth), you could still fit this vanity in between, without hitting it when walking into the bathroom. Still, the built-in sink is quite large, which makes this design a win-win when you’re limited in choices.Source
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This stylish console vanity is available at Lacava. It’s a contemporary fixture that would make any bathroom decor more refined. A white porcelain sink extends on both sides to create an ample amount of counter space for your bathroom essentials. The sink is 39 1/2″ wide and is available in one or three hole versions. The wood stand is composed of solid oak stained with a dark wenge finish, creating a dramatic contrast with its white porcelain counterpart. The base also has a handy shelf, ideal for storing towels and washcloths. The unit features simple, elegant lines that add a bit of sophistication to any room. A matching framed mirror is also available.Source