The client provided us with three color chips and we custom matched the floral pattern to coordinate. We provided this mock-up to the client for approval and got the go ahead.
It turned out fantastic and looks awesome installed. Love the contrast with the stone walls, ultra modern faucet, glass countertop and elegant scroll supports.
Here is the room installation, it really puts the sink on display. Do you think any visitors ever mention it when they enter the room? Many thanks to designer Leah Rabi for her vision and great photos.
You can check out the Wrapping Paper Flowers design decorated sink here. It’s available in many colors and can also be custom matched to any color, any combination on any color sink.
[…] Because there is so much going on in this purple bathroom, the Wrapping Paper Flowers design in a subtle contrast of gray on white could be great too. It’s a geometric floral design which looks totally textural with this minimalist contrast, almost like fabric. You just want to run your fingers over it. Again, this one is very hard to show in a photo. If I was a better photographer, or could afford to hire a professional maybe it would look more like it actually does! Maybe one day… This design can be custom colored to any shade and would also be beautiful in this bathroom in another light shade of purple or lavender. Oh la la. It can also be way out there like the tri-color version we did in shades of blue and green. Check it out in the previous post, Custom Floral Vessel Sink Not in a Bathroom. […]
[…] green and installed in a dining room. You can check out the whole blog posting on that sink and installation here. One of my first blog posts! It’s been a long slog. They are quite a bit of work and the […]
[…] reinvented into this function. This sink was featured in a previous blog post, check it out here. Custom Floral painted sink. I really love getting customer photos, not only do they give me some content for blog posts and […]