Published at Tuesday, 21 December 2021. Bathroom Cabinets. By Anderson Gary.
If you’ve seen those bathrooms where the sink seems to sit on top of the counter, you may have wondered how the plumbing works. This style of bathroom vanity cabinet is called a vessel vanity. The piping is hidden inside the walls, so only the faucet spouts and taps are exposed.
Most of the limited floor space will be taken up by the shower stall, the bathtub, the toilet, and the vanity. To install more cabinets, you have to consider the walls. Go as high as you can reach. Consider dual-purpose items such as a bathroom mirror cabinet. Wall cabinets can be narrow and use even the smallest corners to add more storage space.
A powder room does not require the extra storage and space that a main bathroom or en suite needs as it’s generally a space reserved for guests. With that in mind, a powder room bathroom vanity can be sleek and simple. This particular design pairs a simple white bathroom cabinet with a partly-sunken sink and chrome mixer. The black mirror is a nice contrast against the all-white space, and it draws the eye upwards. A nice feature here is the built-in shelf in the mirror frame, perfect for holding hand soap or other guest necessities.
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