Advantage Basements LondonTransitional Bathroom, London

Chris Snook

Photo of a traditional bathroom in London with a vessel sink, open cabinets, grey tiles and white walls. —  Houzz
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patrismith01patrismith01 wrote:16 January 2015
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    It looks like a vintage mantelpiece mirror or part of a French sideboard.
tahsinchowdhuryTas Chowdhury wrote:16 August 2017

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    Joanna Thornhill Interiors added this to Clever Bathroom Storage for Practical Pieces4 November 2014

    Fill up sweet jarsMake a display out of cotton wool balls or a collection of soaps by storing them in pretty glass bonbon jars. As well as looking lovely, you’ll be able to easily see at a glance when anything needs replenishing.

    Jo Froude added this to Feel Good Home: Double Up for Domestic Bliss6 August 2014

    Wash and goPut an end to arguments over who’s left toothpaste in the basin or forgotten to put their facial cleanser back in the cupboard. The beauty of a twin vanity unit is that there’s instant access to everything you need, so you can perform your ablutions in a flash and feel as if you’re staying in a rather splendid hotel, too.Admire more double basin schemes

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    romitalamba added this to Bathrooms11 April 2020

    Mirror frame for the girls broom

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