Where would you go? Copy 100 year old antique mirror into a new master bathroom?

Where would you go?  Copy 100 year old antique mirror into a new master bathroom?


After coming home with a substantial six foot tall antique mirror, our client knew exactly which room the mirror was for – his master bathroom.   Further, he wanted to have the style and color of the mirror to be the foundation and the look of the new master bathroom.  This would require someone to duplicate the design features of the mirror into a custom bathroom sink cabinet.  Where would you go to have this done?

Already having a relationship with Brunarhans from his distinctive kitchen several years earlier, this client came back to Brunarhans with the request.  After many hours of custom design work, Brunarhans custom-made the bathroom vanity with sink and a clever hinged mirror that angles open.  The color of the vintage mirror frame was perfectly matched with a custom Benjamin Moore tint.  The detail trim was provided by AdamsWoodProducts.com.  The inner most trim is called beading and, although it looks like egg and dart, the outer trim is lamb’s tongue moulding.  The corners use a floral rosette.  The finished bathroom matches 100% in style and color due to our custom design, careful millwork, sturdy cabinetry, and precise finishing efforts.  Don’t worry, the very valuable antique mirror was not hurt during this replication or duplication process.  That’s the type of work Brunarhans does!

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