Polished chrome pulls coordinate with polished chrome widespread faucets.
Two tall mirrors feature curved edges and thin white oak frames. “They kind of help to soften the space and bring in more of those coastal wood tones,” Damron says.
Three polished nickel sconces have glass shades and an elegant profile. “They’re simple and timeless,” Damron says. “The glass shades are great because if they get wet, you just wipe them clean.” The bathroom also has three new LED ceiling lights.
The wood-look luxury vinyl flooring adds visual warmth. “This one feels pretty realistic,” Damron says. “It has texture to it, and we tried to bring in texture where we could in this bathroom.”
Sconces: Bryant in polished nickel, Visual Comfort; cabinet hardware: Riverside in polished chrome, Top Knobs; faucets: Composed widespread with lever handles in polished chrome, Kohler
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