Published at Friday, 10 September 2021. Bathroom Cabinets. By Miller Niles.
A floating bathroom vanity can be done in many different styles. It can be one large bathroom cabinet installed against the wall, it can be two small bathroom vanities set apart as it is here, or a floating bathroom vanity can be a simple as a single drawer and bench top in an en suite, the options are endless. The floating bathroom vanity is a very modern take on bathroom design and as you can see here the double bathroom vanity with individual floating cabinetry can not only be a practical addition to a spacious bathroom, but an aesthetically pleasing one too.
Wall cabinets are another evergreen bathroom cabinet idea. It is the best bet for those looking to keep storage options away from ground level. These cabinets can be designed with compartments so you can segregate everything according to your system.
In a bathroom where lines are heavily used as a design element, a vanity cabinet countertop can provide an attractive contrast. This particular bathroom uses horizontal lines on the tiled walls and floors, making the whole space look larger. The vanity has under-mount sinks installed on a gray marble counter, which then sits on a wooden cabinet. The cabinet has horizontal lines too, created by its natural wood grain patterns. The cabinets have hidden handles, giving your vanity a sleek, smooth, seamless look.
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