"Instead of a traditional linen cabinet, we built this tall narrow depth piece. The top doors are antique mirrors. The unit also houses a hamper. The floors may look like wood, but they are porcelain tile!
Moroccan Mood At Dar Es Saada, the guesthouse at legendary couturier Yves Saint Laurent’s Marrakech home, designer Bill Willis gave each of the six bathrooms its own style by employing tilework in an array of hues.
by Lori Shaffer Some elements to keep in mind when designing your double vanity are symmetry, ample counter space between sinks, a large mirror spanning both sinks (or one mirror over each sink) and lighting.
Varying shades of cream and buff tie together the hand-set Italian mosaic wainscot, porcelain tiles, Venetian plaster and straw basket. The room is another example of the the Tuscan practice of creating visual variety with limited materials.