Friday, July 13, 2012

I'd Like a Sink Like This...

I'd like a marble sink like this. I'm assuming this is custom. Has anyone ever had one like this made for them? (From the home of designer Christina Murphy, New York Social Diary here, photography by Jeff Hirsch)

29 comments:

René said...

So would I! Actually, I'll settle for the whole bathroom.

pve design said...

There is something special about marble and custom.
Love the old world glam of this bathroom~
pve

Eleven Gray said...

I love that sink. I would assume its custom. Maybe a really good granite or tile place could put that together for you?

christine {bijouandboheme} said...

Oh my goodness...ME TOO!!!!

A Perfect Gray said...

wow. what a beauty. I just put calcutta gold marble in our master and that looks like calcutta gold. what. an. amazing. sink.

Boxwood Terrace said...

That's a beautiful sink. I don't have one, but (like a lot of people) have a white marble countertop and a standard porcelain sink. The marble has staining around the edge and the faucets from minerals in the water. Have had it for about 10 years and not sure I'd go with marble again around the sink. Although, the stone sealing products have probably improved over the past 10 years.

Hartwood Roses said...

I imagine this would be the same process as making a soapstone sink ... Very cool!

ArchitectDesign™ said...

any stone yard can do this for you and waterworks supplies them. They're not cheap (esp at waterworks) but they're less than you might think depending on the stone and how it's made (one thick slab or pieced & glued together)

Gretchen said...

Lovely sink, although a bit too modern for me. Wish she'd put the toilet lid down before taking the snap!

luv2felt said...

I like the fact that it is off-centered so there is room on one side for all the items one needs on a vanity. Really pretty.

helen tilston said...

Yes, I agree it is beautiful

Helen xx

Carla Aston said...

So gorgeous. I've had this done out of limestone before. A good granite/marble fabricator can do them. Love the calacatta.

Greet Lefèvre said...

Oh dearest Michele,
First of all I want to thank you for your comment on my latest blogpost!
Oh yes I love this sink you showed us today! We frequently have to order a made to measure marble sink for our clients. I just love marble!
I wish you a wonderful weekend Michele!
Hugs,
Greet
PS I wished I could follow your blog by email!

Henhurst Interiors said...

That is beautiful. I particularly like the way the surface extends to fill the the area to the right making counter space.

Renée Finberg said...

no i don't know.
but i am in love with it!!!!

XOX

Karena said...

Love it as well the depth the beauty of the marble!

xoxo
Karena
Art by Karena

for the love of a house said...

Fabulous sink- I'll take one too, thank you! The whole bath is wonderful (except for the seat up on the toilet- can't believe no one caught that;)-love the tile around the tub.

alison g. said...

Gah! That leaves me a bit breathless!

Linda Merrill said...

Gorgeous. Never seen anything like it. Must be custom.

Katie Rob said...

If you find out, will you share? I would love to know since we have all the fixtures ripped out of our guest bathroom for a re-do and this actually looks like it would fit perfectly in the space we have.

Nancy said...

Order me one, too. It is fabulous.
Nancy
Powellbrowerhome.com

SHERRY HART said...

Not only the sink...but the whole bathroom is alright by me:)

SHERRY HART said...

Not only the sink...but the whole bathroom is alright by me:)

Teresa at Splendid Sass said...

Love the simplicity and the purity of this sink! Just gorgeous. Would love to know how much it would cost to make.
Happy Monday.
Teresa
xoxo

annie said...

I love this sink! And the herringbone pattern of the floor. Great lines!

Emom said...

love the amount of counter to the right of the sink!....smiles

designchic said...

Oh it's fabulous and the herringbone floors...amazing!!

Hitchhiker42 said...

I like that marble sink a lot more than those silly bowl-on-the-table sinks they are making these days. That's such a fad. Things are 'classic' for a reason; they look good. Looking good never goes out of style.

Allyson Moschella said...

That is one gorgeous sink! Marble sinks truly add a distinctive note of elegance and sophistication to a bathroom. Clearly, there’s no room for debris, and falling hair or pea sized toothpaste on this gorgeous sink. This type, however, is very porous, which means it easily picks up dirt and stains. To clean marble sinks, avoid cleaners which contain acids because it is vulnerable to damage.


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