Almost every designer has a signature feature they like to use. Montreal’s Julie Charbonneau combines two — a floating vanity and an oversized bathroom mirror. In one master bath [top], the marble-topped double vanity is cantilevered or floating. What’s most surprising is that it’s mounted over a custom framed mirror which covers a wall the same width as the vanity and reaches from the crown down to the baseboard. Exaggerated size can make a small room appear larger and reflect light. Here, it creates a focal point in a most unusual way. In a second bath, the mirror reflects light from windows across the room. And the soft palette of the room contrasts with the espresso wood stained frame. Mirror mounted sconces [above] provide a visual break within the mirror. Both vanities feature Calcutta marble counters and traditionally styled double cross handle faucets that add elegance and romance.
(Source: House & Home, Decorpad)
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