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When I was growing up, my aunt had a skirt around her pedestal sink, and she kept a little basket under it for towels and toiletries. It’s one of those things that always stuck with me because it was such an elegant storage solution, not to mention a fun way to add pattern and color to the bathroom. I thought it was time to revisit the project, but this time with a modern eye.

An Easy Way to Dress Up Your Sink

When I was growing up, my aunt had a skirt around her pedestal sink, and she kept a little basket under it for towels and toiletries. It’s one of those things that always stuck with me because it was

A little fabric made a huge upgrade to my bathroom with this tutorial for a DIY Gathered Sink Skirt.

DIY Gathered Sink Skirt

Does your furniture hide some dirty little secrets? You can cover a multitude of sins with just some simple fabric, and perhaps a few stitches. Each of these DIY curtains, skirts and covers mask whatever bottles, knick knacks, or toys you want to keep out of the public eye, and are great for small spaces where every inch counts.

How To Cleverly Conceal Clutter: DIY Fabric Curtains, Skirts & Covers

Little Green Notebook: No-Sew Pedestal Sink Skirt. I think our new apartment is going to have pedestal sinks so I might try something like this.

Paige managed to find a vintage sink under the sheds that she was able to revamp and reuse. We love the addition of a sink skirt to hide the exposed-plumbing eyesore.  Source: Cody Ulrich via Homepolish

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Inspiration Roundup: Beautiful Bathrooms - For those that prefer a rustic chic look, this Seattle bathroom has all the right touches of wood and white. Differently shaped vintage mirrors enhance the space with light. - New York City

Love the combination of large subway tile with the patterned floor tile with the thick gray baseboard trim in this bathroom

Make the Most of Your Small Bathroom in 7 Steps

Love the latch that connects the bath sink and wc. This might work for a tiny bathroom

New Bathroom : Duravit Happy Sink, Hansgrohe Metris taps, Rob Ryan Tile, Topps Tiles, White Matt…

Premier Copper Products VR15SKDB Small Round Skirted Vessel Hammered Copper Sink

Premier Copper Products VR15SKDB Small Round Skirted Vessel Hammered Copper Sink

From a small pile of fabrics to...a bathroom sink skirt, for one! I have a very small fabric stash, partly because I just really started seriously (heh) sewing only recently and partly because I only buy fabric for specific projects,...

From a small pile of fabrics to.a bathroom sink skirt, for one! I have a very small fabric stash, partly because I just really started seriously (heh) sewing only recently and partly because I only buy fabric for specific projects,.

bathroom idea -- blue tile with gold here and there(?) with some religious artwork/day of the dead accents.

Period-style bathroom ideas

I made this skirt for our bathroom sink to hide the pipes and provide more storage. Our bathroom is very small, so I chose a very light, ne...

I made this skirt for our bathroom sink to hide the pipes and provide more storage. Our bathroom is very small, so I chose a very light, ne...

Make your old wall-hung or pedestal bathroom sink pretty — with a “sink skirt”

Make your old wall-hung or pedestal bathroom sink pretty - with a "sink skirt"

Make your old wall-hung or pedestal bathroom sink pretty — with a “sink skirt”

cool idea for under the sink--and it would hide the kittybox very nicely

Wood Sink Skirt - perfect idea for my new apartment that has an old fashioned sink - less tacky than fabric skirts! Could definitely paint the wood in classy colors.

How to Make a Pedestal Sink Skirt Rod

How to Make a Pedestal Sink Skirt Rod (Down to Earth Style)

Use a curtain for a vanity for more space flexibility. Be sure to pick one that is easy to clean! #tinyhousehacks @JoeTHH www.tinyhousehack... facebook.com/tinyhousehacks

New York based fashion stylist Genevieve Yraola emailed over photos of a fabulous DIY skirted sink she completed in her bathroom

When I was growing up, my aunt had a skirt around her pedestal sink, and she kept a little basket under it for towels and toiletries. It’s one of those things that always stuck with me because it was such an elegant storage solution, not to mention a fun way to add pattern and color to the bathroom. I thought it was time to revisit the project, but this time with a modern eye.

An Easy Way to Dress Up Your Sink