I was looking through the newest issue of Veranda magazine last week and noticed something familiar in their roundup of freestanding sinks:
The same Kohler sink (pictured on the far left in the article above) in our powder room:
It truly is a good sink; it has more surface area than other pedestals, and it feels sufficiently solid and looks sufficiently old-fashioned to me.
I don't think I've ever posted photos of this room before, so here are a few shots:
A little gallery is growing on the walls as I slowly find and add new pieces. The little circular ink drawing above is a flea market find, and the blue city scene is from Salzburg, Austria.
All of the fittings are from the Kohler Bancroft collection.
Paper cut-out ship from a flea market; ink drawing from a little art store on the grounds of the Bonnet House in Fort Lauderdale, FL.
Two ink drawings from Istanbul, Turkey (I posted about how I framed the bigger one here).