Beautiful gray and white bathroom is fitted with a a gray washstand adorning polished nickel knobs and a white quartz countertop holding an overmount sink with a polished nickel gooseneck faucet in front of white subway backsplash tiles tiled with white pencil tiles fixed beneath a vanity mirror flanked by nickel sconces mounted on a gray wall.
Our master bathroom was typical of '80s homes. There was a vanity area that was basically in the bedroom because there wasn't a door, and then a pocket door into another room with a small shower stall, a large soaking tub (which we never used), and carpet! Yes, our bathroom was carpeted - except, thankfully, for a small section of vinyl by the shower & toilet. We completely gutted the space & put in a walk in shower where the soaking tub used to be. This shower is one of the best decisions…
How to choose a new bathroom faucet: 1. Consider the silhouette and finish that works best with your bathroom's existing setup (curvy or sleek, chrome or gold). 2. Think through how much use the new faucet is likely to receive. Remember: a more decorative style better suits a powder room. 3. Know your budget before your begin your search. 4. Take a picture of the sink and write down its dimensions before you shop.
Gray and white bathroom features a white washstand fitted with a shelf holding a metal bin and a carrera marble countertop holding a sink with a polished nickel cross handle faucet beneath a reclaimed wood beveled vanity mirror mounted on a gray wall lit by a white drum pendant.