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The sink on the far left was a vessel sink, but it gained weight over the holidays and the countertop couldn't hold it up.Well, they can’t all be award-winning bathroom designs. This bathroom exists in a Phoenix-area restaurant, and depending on where you stand on pink bathrooms, this is either putrid or perfect. What I can’t figure out is why two of the sinks are vessels and one is drop-in. I’m sure there’s a good reason.
What can we learn from this bathroom? Painting a giant rose on the wall is never a good idea. I hope we can all agree on that.
Posted by The Bathonista at 02/23/2010 01:01:37 PM |
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