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March 20, 2013
For his upstate-New York farmhouse, designer Tom Givone found the perfect marriage of high design, architectural salvage, and homespun hardware. In the light-filled master bathroom, Givone added a few rustic touches to a bright white space, then glammed things up just a touch with some dramatic lighting.
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  Whether it’s in the middle of the room or tucked away in a tiny corner, a bathtub is a key component of bathroom design.   Designer Tom Givone mixed a raw pine vanity with a sleek Produits Neptune Zen bathtub, clad in planks salvaged from the demolition of his previous home. Photo by Mark Mahaney

    Whether it’s in the middle of the room or tucked away in a tiny corner, a bathtub is a key component of bathroom design.

     

    Designer Tom Givone mixed a raw pine vanity with a sleek Produits Neptune Zen bathtub, clad in planks salvaged from the demolition of his previous home. Photo by Mark Mahaney

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Whether it’s in the middle of the room or tucked away in a tiny corner, a bathtub is a key component of bathroom design.

 

Designer Tom Givone mixed a raw pine vanity with a sleek Produits Neptune Zen bathtub, clad in planks salvaged from the demolition of his previous home. Photo by Mark Mahaney

The vanity in the master bath is actually made from a piece of pine that Givone cut down and milled on the property while restoring the farmhouse. Resting on top is a pair of Aqua series sinks from Lacava with faucets by Blanco. The bathtub is from Produit Neptune's Zen line but lest the space become too slick, Givone built the surround out of planks salvaged from the demolition of parts of the house. The real finishing touch, however, is the 19th-century French chandelier Givone discovered onsite in what Givone calls "a barn full of crap."

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