Thursday, January 29, 2015

Skull and Crossbones, a new designer trend? What do you think?

Las Vegas is known for strange goings on... You can get married by Elvis in any number of ways,  you can't walk 50 yards on the strip without seeing some sort of memorable character and you can find any kind of food under the sun.  Vegas has also been known for its over the top design, evidenced by a number of hotels and casinos on the strip.  This one bathroom sink at the builders show this week really  followed through with that theme. The chrome legs and skull and crossbones motif on the front goes to show that you can find something for everyone in Las Vegas. I think this vanity set is very cool and would make for a spectacular centerpiece in a bathroom. I imagine it would wipe that scowl right off a pirates face. Its the perfect piece to cheer up that Pirate in your life!
International builders show 2015, deaths head, pirate, biker


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