Recreate this inspiration bathroom from Restoration Hardware for a fraction of the cost. The Maison Bathroom features French-inspired details with a furniture style vanity and classic accents. At Restoration Hardware, this room costs $5,000. Choose comparable knockoffs and spend only $1,585. That is a savings of $3,415, or 68 percent.

The Maison Double Vanity Sink is the show-stopper in this 18th century French inspired bathroom. The 72 inch double sink cabinet features solid oak construction and elegantly hand-turned legs. The vanity with sink top, base and basin is $3,395. The counter comes in three options including a dark Italian Pietra Grigio Marble. The Fairway Double Vanity from Sam’s Club mimics the style of the original and comes with a dark granite countertop and double sinks for $1,088. Save $2,307, a 68 percent.

The Asbury 8” Widespread Faucet Set features rich details and classic lines. It is available in polished chrome, polished nickel or satin nickel finishes. The retail price is $555. One for each sink totals $1,110. I found the Moen Rothbury Chrome Faucet from Lowe’s for a fraction of the price. It features the same classic lines and elegant 8 inch widespread installation for $172.14 (that’s two for $344.28.) You save $765.72, or nearly 70 percent.

 

The inspiration bathroom features two Asbury Single Sconce lights to illuminate the mirrors. Restoration Hardware’s price is $109 for each sconce, a total of $218 for lighting. The Hampton Bay Status Collection offers a single light sconce for only $16.49, or $32.98 for two lights. That is a savings of $185, an amazing 85 percent discount.

 

The Ashbury Oval Pivot Mirror comes in three sizes. The standard sized 19 ½ inch x 24 ½ inch oval mirror is $285. Two add up to $570.  The Home Depot sells the Moderno Diviana Oval Pivot Mirror for only $59.98 (two for $199.96.) It is the same size and finish for a savings of $370.04 or 79 percent.

 

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3 thoughts on “Knockout Knockoffs: Restoration Hardware Maison Bathroom”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Simple and elegant especially with the solid oak cabinet in there! I just wish we have enough budget right now to have this kind of bathroom setup.

  2. Veronicathunstrom says:

    Love this set up however am I the only who doesn’t see the need for two sinks?

    • Kabs9702 says:

       Haha, no you are not alone.  My husband and I are almost never in the bathroom at the same time as we don’t work the same hours so bathroom space/sink space is never an issue.  And if there is a time when both of us are getting ready, my husband needs the sink for about 2 minutes to brush his teeth and that’s about it and we can share the sink for that. Our kids are very young, so we’re not at a stage of them fighting over the bathroom either.  My thoughts might change though as they get older.  Personally, I’d rather have more counter space than 2 sinks, but I know many people who prefer 2 sinks in their home.