"The vanity is loosely based on a shapely black lacquer desk from the 1920s by Eileen Gray," she says. "It has a Deco feeling, but not slavishly so." She gave handblown glass sconces a machine-age shape. The ceiling light is 1940s Murano glass, from Carlos de la Puente. The swivel stool is from Ballard Designs. Mirrored wastebasket by Notre Monde.
Coordinated Charm Like materials and a relaxed color palette unify this updated kitchen and its neighboring breakfast room. Light Shaker-style cabinets are grounded by dark granite perimeter countertops; on the marble-topped island, the color palette is reversed to create a beautiful, contrasting look
1. Measure & Draw plumb line on the wall. 2 Attach Side Panel loosely to ceiling w/ plates, use level to check & secure it. 3 Cut section from baseboard to allow jamb to sit against the wall. 4 Install the runners, measure distance between inside edges of panel & jamb. Check closet is "square" by measuring at top & bottom of the opening. Cut base rail to length. Position between the side panel & jamb. 5 Install the doors on the runner mechanism, runners to allow the doors to hang correctly.
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