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4084 Arnold Avenue, #7
Naples, Florida 34104

 
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Baths

Although we tend to think of bathrooms as fundamentally functional, there's a wide variety of ways to design cabinetry. Even in small spaces, a little thought up front can mean a big difference later. Current trends are towards higher countertops in the European tradition, and the idea that bath cabinetry can also look like furniture.
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Solid maple raised panel doors are stained and wiped with a coffee-colored glaze. Sink cabinets have full height doors for a furniture look.
 
The solid surface vanity tops feature a ledge behind the sink for small items. The cabinetry door and drawer fronts are "foil" type in Antique White.
 
Curved cabinetry for the powder room departs from the traditional. The staggered heights and lighted open space below the cabinetry adds drama.
 

 
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Bath Photo 5

 
Bath Photo 6
Even a small vanity can be efficient with a stack of drawers and an off-center sink for maximum countertop space. This cabinet has a mica laminate top to match the cabinet.
 
This almond mica-laminated vanity has stained oak pulls, and the solid surface countertop stands 36" above the floor in the European style.
 
Radius corners add a nice touch to this glazed and pickled white oak vanity. The cultured mable countertop has an integral sink.
 
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