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Asheville Project: Vanity Decisions

In addition to the Durham Project, I’m also working on another little design project called the Asheville Project.

The Asheville friends/clients are putting an addition on to their house which will house a guest room, guest bath, walk-in closet and perhaps the most exciting part–a double pocket door entry in to the guest room framed by built-ins. I know you like the sound of that. I cannot take credit for that though, it was already in the plan when I arrived on the scene but I’m gonna help finish them out and we’re going to light those built-ins with some library sconces–oh yes.

We’ve been formulating a plan focusing primarily on the bath because plumbing & electrical rough-in are taking place and my friends/clients need to determine the general look of their single vanity.

What would you choose?

Asheville vanity color


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5 Responses
  • Betsy Moyer
    October 5, 2015

    Well this is fun, and I’d have a hard time choosing, but I if forced… I think I’m leaning towards warm wood vibes. Can’t wait to see this pocket door action!

    • Sarah
      October 5, 2015

      Me too Betsy. Homeowners are leaning toward color.

  • patty Mac
    October 5, 2015

    Oh my gosh! The vanity I have been searching for! Love it in all its forms. Depends on feel of rooms around the bath. Would you share the source of vanity? Beautiful! Thanks

    • Sarah
      October 5, 2015

      Patty Mac- the vanities are from different sources & they likely all custom. Wood is from Studio McGee, the white one is a vanity I designed and was built by Quality Cabinet Co. and the colored vanity is part of a bath designed by Kishani Perera

  • […] we needed to figure out our design direction. After the clients narrowed the field of choices for vanity design to either wood or a blue/grey painted vanity, I put together two design plans for the clients to […]

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