In an existing addition in her 1929 Tudor-style home in Clayton, Missouri, designer and homeowner Laura Lee wanted to make the best use of space in her daughter’s narrow upstairs bathroom while making it feel more of the home’s era. Custom wainscoting ties in with the 1929 portion of the house, while vinyl wallcovering tolerates the heat and humidity of the bathroom. The standout feature, however, is the narrow wall-mounted makeup counter. The mirror above the shelf conceals a medicine cabinet. Lee installed a regular medicine cabinet in the wall and then installed the mirror on a piano hinge.
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