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How to Transform Your Powder Room With an Antique Sink Base

Porcelain pedestal sinks, move over. Antique furniture is traveling out of the bedroom and into the bathroom.

The antique furniture reproduction market is moving into uncharted territory, taking on the powder room with antique sink bases. These custom-built cabinets house your typical bathroom sink, but there is nothing typical about their hand-crafted elegance.

Reminiscent of fine antique furniture, antique sink bases bring exquisite beauty into the bathroom. Constructed of fine woods – such as mahogany, oak and cherry – and top-quality hardware, each piece can be made to order and custom fit to your design and size specifications. Each piece brings strength and warmth to the bath. Add fine linens, fresh flowers and a splash of water, and you have the ingredients for a French boutique.

Move over stark, white pedestal sink. These beauties can transform that once mundane and difficult-to-decorate powder room into a bath fit for a king (or queen).

For more information on antique sink bases, contact:

J. Tribble Antiques
764 Miami Circle, Suite 122
Atlanta, Georgia 30324
Phone: 404-846-1156
On the Web: www.jtribbleantiques.com

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