The photos of this beautiful bathroom vanity were submitted by a family in Winchester, VA.
This vanity was accented with a piece of 5 mil designer patina copper, in the non-waxed, dark distressed pattern.
To achieve the look, the contractor use a slightly larger copper sheet than the project called for. He then measured for the faucets and hand cut each hole with a razor knife using a compass to trace the circles on the copper. Next, he sprayed 3 coats of matt finish lacquer to help seal the copper against furture discoloration or staining. He attached the copper to the wall with Type 1 mastic, leaving a few inches of copper below the vanity top and cabinet and the rest was hidden behind the mirror. The mirror was hung and he framed out the area between the mirror and the vanity. They ordered a piece of wood trim filler which matched the cabinet and mirror and used that to frame out the copper.
The contractor used was Small Job Specialist, Kitchen and Bath Remodeler, 540-336-5142, email: email@example.com.