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Kids/Guest Bathroom - Single or Double sink vanity?

5 years ago
last modified: 5 years ago

We have a half bath downstairs, and this will be the full bath on the first floor for the kids and overnight guests. Two kids.

I'm thinking going with a 47.25" Braviken/Godmorgon double sink vanity from IKEA. If so, I'd go with the Godmorgon medicine cabinets for storage (I think). The Godmorgon vanity itself will have space to store toilet rolls, hand/bath towels, bathtoys and toiletries.

Alternatively, I could go with a single sink vanity, Braviken or Odensvik sink, Godmorgon vanity, plain mirror - no storage, and a tall cabinet for the storage which would allow a lot more storage space.

This would have to fit in between the toilet and the vanity.

BATHTUB: Mirolin Invidia

TOILET: Kohler Persuade

SINK: Braviken Double/Odensvik Double/Single

VANITY: Godmorgon High Gloss White

FLOOR TILE: Italian Polis Gres Porcellanto in Nuance, Coal.

WALL TILE: Spanish Ripple Effect, Hexagonal high gloss white tile from Argila Vezelay Collection.

LIGHTING: 6, 4" recessed lights


Laid out floor tiles for a look with wall tile up against the back wall;

Whachya think? Going for a charcoal grout for both floor and wall tiles. Inspiration photo below. (Doing the hex wall on three sides of tub instead of as a feature wall)

Floor Plan:

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