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Everything Plus the Kitchen, err, Bathroom Sink (i.e. New Bathroom Floor, Part 2)

Well, I am currently drying out concrete with a obviously things aren't going as swimmingly as they did in my pre-sledgehammer mind.

What was originally a rather inexpensive, new floor-only project has turned into a new floor, new sink, new toilet, new medicine cabinet/mirror project, but isn't that how it always goes?

Here is my new inspiration image:

Restoration Hardware Gramercy Metal Washstand

I want to snap this up thisinstant but there's a little thing like the $1,695 price tag that is standing in my way.  I've been searching for something similar for a reasonable price and am coming up empty handed (even with a white ceramic sink top).

Has anyone seen something similar or have any other suggestions?  Right now, we still have the sink top attached to the wall (we took the sledgehammer to the base of the pedestal - oops!), and I would love to figure out how to DIY this. 

You are all so creative, and I am stuck!  Any suggestions?  

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Ah, those are both gorgeous! I don't have any suggestions, but I'm totally drooling over that first one!

August 30, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterAmanda

Hi Kristin, I stumbled upon your blog recently...thought I'd comment on this one. Have you tried somewhere like Salvage One? It's usually hit or miss, but might be worth stopping by to see what they have. (

August 30, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterJennifer

Check out Signature Hardware. It's where I found the wall-mounted sink that we ended up getting for our master bath. Their Art Deco Console Sink with Undermount Bowl looks pretty close to the RH one... and it comes in several countertop options. After more than a month, we're ALMOST done with that little room... SO worth it!

September 1, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterMarissa

Marissa - oh my goodness, that is perfect! It is definitely an option!

September 2, 2011 | Registered CommenterKristin

Jennifer - I haven't been to Salvage One in ages & am going to head up there later today. Thanks for commenting - it is great to hear from you!

September 2, 2011 | Registered CommenterKristin

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