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Instead of paying $2,500 for a custom vanity, homeowners Donna and Mike Schramm bought a $300 table at a restaurant-supply store. They spent another $300 on the sink. To contrast the industrial vanity, they used inexpensive subway tile purchased for $5 per sq. ft. and a 1940s tub purchased in an antique shop.
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