BathroomsContemporary Bathroom, Montreal


Design ideas for a contemporary bathroom in Montreal with a vessel sink, open cabinets and beige tile. —  Houzz
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Julia Fairley added this to Second Life: Achievable Revamps for Hand-Me-Down Furniture16 Sep 2017

Repurposed bathroom vanitiesHere’s one for the renovators – repurposed furniture can be used to make bespoke bathroom vanities with all-important storage space, so don’t throw out your old sideboard just yet if you’re planning on redoing your bathroom.Bookshelves, bedside tables, buffets, consoles and chests of drawers can all be recycled if they’re in good condition. If your beloved relic is low, a plumber can mount a bowl or vessel sink on top to bring it up to a workable height.If, however, the piece of furniture you wish to repurpose as a bathroom vanity is high, try recessing or semi-recessing your sink instead.Tip: Aim for a total height of 900 to 1,000 millimetres for your bathroom vanity to ensure ergonomic ease.

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J K added this to My ideas3 Sep 2019

Repurposed furniture makes vanity

Stefan Campbell added this to kitchen ideas23 Jul 2019

the sink on the wooden cabinet and the patterned tiles at the back

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