Wood Log As Bathroom Sink


What a nice idea ! For a vintage ambiance !

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  1. Aurora Rios - February 23, 2014

    Pretty mais bonjour le nettoyage

  2. Christine Edmonds-Riley - February 23, 2014

    WHOUAH ! on va aller chercher l’arbre vite !

  3. Anja Ohnesinn - February 23, 2014

    Abgefahren. Aber die Ketten finde ich ein wenig too much.

  4. Jon Kelsey - February 23, 2014

    I give it a 10 for neat looks, but a 1 for functionality(imagine the pain in the neck it would be to maintain). A piece of wood like this has already started to degrade, infusing it with gallons of chemicals will only slow the deterioration.

  5. György Kisterpesti Porubszky - February 23, 2014

    Che bello mi piace molto il rusticale fatto veramente bene ed é anche una bellissima idea complimentiiiii

  6. Milena Monte - February 23, 2014

    Que boa ideia para o Mickael! aha! :-)

  7. Mike Kelso - February 23, 2014

    Great. Except for the drain. No excuse for that.

  8. Alessandro Campini - February 24, 2014

    in un bagno cosi’ mi laverei anche tutti i giorni.

  9. Véronique Greborio - February 24, 2014

    Jeremy, regarde comme c’est beau aussi … mais pas autant que le tien 😉

  10. Tim Cronin - September 28, 2014

    I stayed at this house on Lake Joe in Muskoka, Ontario where this powder room exists. The wood was sealed perfectly with a satin poly and would not take a drop of water if you submerged it. For those wondering how the cleaning would work, simple Windex and/or 409 works perfectly on the satin poly. Not a germ trap as mentioned above. The log weighed over 200lbs, but the best part of the powder room is barely noticeable in the French Cathedral reclaimed confessional doors that are on the left side of the sink that close off the toilet area. They are hung on sliders from above and are simply gorgeous! Amazing woodwork but very costly.

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