Published at Monday, 08 November 2021. Bathroom Cabinets. By Davis Harold.
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.
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 transitional vanity represents the middle ground between a traditional vanity and a modern vanity. The elaborate carvings, hardware, and flourishes of traditional vanities are more subdued when it comes to transitional pieces. Yet, they avoid being so subdued that they become boring. This is where the modern style lends transitional vanities excitement through bold color contrasts, modern proportions, and brushed metal hardware.
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