Quick Look: Wood-Finished Vanity and Gray Pencil Tile in a Master Bath

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Project: Renovate a dark master bathroom in Prospect Heights, Brooklyn

Contractor: Sweeten Expert Nicky

Before: A master bath needed a new double vanity, medicine cabinets, lighting fixtures, and a ceiling repair.

After: The bulky vanity was replaced with a floating wood-finished double vanity, paneled medicine cabinets and new light fixtures were installed, and white shelving now rests in between the nook of the shower and vanity to store towels and bath necessities.

Style finds: wood-finished double vanity, dark gray pencil tile, wall-mounted toilet, rainwater showerhead, bright white paint

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  • Kat Hall

    Interesting how much brighter the space feels with that white shower curtain instead of the glass doors. I’m thinking that if you’re going with gray tile, a white shower curtain is the right move.

  • sara

    Is the vanity custom? This is really spectacular.