Published at Wednesday, 02 June 2021. Bathroom Cabinets. By Davis Harold.
Unlike traditional, modern, and transitional vanities, rustic bathroom vanities channel the freewheeling spirit of the frontier. To achieve a woodsy, primitive look, they rely on gorgeous wood, such as that from up-cycled old barns, in their construction. These pieces look amazing in a log cabin-style home or one with outdoorsy decor. While they often contain elements similar to traditional vanities, they prove far more primitive in their overall construction and design.
Smart vanity designs can bundle in lots of storage and style into a compact or small space. Build a custom vanity unit that includes both cabinet doors and drawers to suit your various storage needs. Besides, you can hang an open shelving unit and organize it with beauty products alongside art and accessories.
One of the easiest ways to make your bathroom look beautiful and keep your vanity looking timeless is by choosing a classic color palettes and layout. A basic laminated chipboard or MDF bathroom cabinet is paired with a laminate bench top, a statement square sink and chrome tap ware ad handles. Keep your tiles white and the accessories black for a chic yet affordable DIY option that can be made from a flat pack bathroom set. Finish with a large, sleek and simple mirror at eye level.
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