From antique to modern style ideas, these bathroom sinks flawlessly reflect each bathroom’s aesthetic.
The French Fashion Designer , Yvan Mispelaere, infused his home with surrealistic influence, inspired by the apartment’s past as a school for acrobats. The master bath features round vessel sinks and tilework that is a mix of standard white squares and Mispelaere’s Peep Show tiles.
In the powder room of this New York City home, the sink is by Toto, with Lefroy Brooks fittings. A drawing by Robert Longo hangs on the wall.
In this master bathroom the cast-concrete counters and sink were brought from France.
In the townhouse she shares with husband Bill Powers, Cynthia Rowley created a decidedly feminine master bath that features a classic pedestal sink. Rowley designed the wall treatment, which is printed on billboard vinyl, and the painting is by Rob Pruitt.
In a bright Bordeaux, France bathroom designed by Michael Coorengel and Jean-Pierre Calvagrac, the washbasin is 19th-century and the tiles are by Original Style.
The sinks in this bathroom of a Parisian apartment are Carrara marble, and the mirrors were designed to look antique.
In this Manhattan apartment, the sink is from Urban Archaeology and the fittings are by Waterworks. The cabinets are black glass with brass trim, the walls are clad in Saint Laurent marble, and the flooring is limestone.
In a Victorian cottage in Athens, Georgia, home to textile designer and artistSusan Hable Smith, a guest cottage bath features a Duravitsink with Dornbrachtfittings. The room is papered in old AAA maps; the wainscoting is painted in Farrow & Ball’s Cornforth White.
Source: Elle Decor
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