Wyndmoor Residence bathroomTraditional Bathroom, Philadelphia

Photography: Barry Halkin

Classic bathroom in Philadelphia with a claw-foot bath, metro tiles, a wall-mounted sink, blue walls and feature lighting. —  Houzz
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majid1hussain1majid1hussain1 wrote:19 February 2016
  • geewillikers
    5 years ago

    I don't see any questions specific to this sink. Im sorry, where eo i look? It IS beautiful

  • Aleksander Doroshenko
    5 years ago

    Look at this site: May be here you can find something for yourself.

lenthall40lenthall40 wrote:28 July 2015
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    Hanson Fine Building
    6 years ago

    The sink is made by Kohler (Brockway K-3200) but this size is no longer available. Several people have made suggestions for a similar sink in the previous comments, so you might want to browse through for ideas. Good luck in finding a similar sink!

james_english66James English wrote:4 July 2016
    amredfern08amredfern08 wrote:11 February 2016

      What Houzz contributors are saying:

      Cheryl Freedman added this to 9 Decorating Dilemmas New Homeowners Will Never Understand4 March 2018

      Picking the right colour for your bathroom suiteAvocado? Rose pink? Or maybe a fetching light brown? Back in the 1970s, choosing the best shade of porcelain for your new bathroom suite (including bidet) was a potential headache. Nowadays, fortunately, it’s all about fresh and versatile white – much easier to coordinate with your hand towels. However, colour does seem to be creeping back into bathrooms, albeit in new ways. For example, this spring green (not the avocado of our memories) looks rather lovely on the tub and basin in this modern bathroom. Black is also growing in popularity for taps, shower frames and basins. In fact, who knows, beige could be back one day as well…Is this the hottest trend in bathrooms right now?

      Amanda Pollard added this to 1980s Home Trends You Should Revive (And One to Leave There)25 August 2017

      Colour up your bathroom suitesNot only did ’80s homeowners have to pick the colour of their bathroom walls and floors, they also had to worry about the shade of their bathroom suites. Baths, sinks and loos came in a range of delightful shades, including a high-tech two tone – yes, this really was a thing. If you’d decorated in the 1970s, your avocado suite was probably still going strong in the ’80s, but all traces of green were ripped out of bathrooms in the years that followed.We’re not suggesting a revival of the all-over avocado bathroom suite (yet), but there has been a leaning toward green wash spaces lately. The shade usually appears on tiles and wall paint, but this beautiful bathroom shows how a lick of avocado on the underside of period-style baths and sinks can look simply delicious.

      What Houzz users are commenting on:

      Jennifer Mayer added this to Bathroom ideas3 days ago

      Love the duck egg blue and white. So calming.

      brewongle68 added this to North Bedroom and Bathroom4 May 2022

      wall divider finish wall colour

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