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We are starting a bathroom remodel. I am wanting to put new brown/beige tile on the walls. Do you think I should keep this cabinet door white? Or should I put a new door on that is stained brown? Also would you trim it out with white(like the trim around my window) or a stained brown trim? Thank you so much! My eye for design is not very good, any advice is greatly appreciated.

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What is that cabinet? Access to plumbing? If it must stay, downplay it by making it blend in with the new tile colorwise. That includes the trim around it.
 
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I'd agree with Froo. If it isn't needed to access the plumbing for the bathtub I'd probably eliminate it. What is above this cabinet? It just seems strange if it is in fact a cabinet and not a plumbing access panel that is doesn't go up to the ceiling or at least a standard size door.


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