Published at Tuesday, 14 September 2021. Bathroom Cabinets. By Davis Harold.
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.
Traditional bathroom vanity base units bring convenience, comfort, and sophistication to any bathroom setting. Exuding the luxury of old-world European comfort, they are considered to be “furniture-style” vanities. In other words, they come with elegant hardware, ornate designs, and intricate molding. Although you’ll find them in a variety of colors, most traditional vanities come in neutral or wood colors. They sometimes include a mirror as a focal point and often incorporate intricate metal or gilded wood features. From a style perspective, modern bathroom vanities are the polar opposites of traditional vanities. Instead of gilded accents, metal hardware, and carved woods, modern designs celebrate minimalism. Characteristics associated with the modern style include bold colors, unadorned decor, and simple lines. You also have many choices when it comes to tall bathroom vanities. Modern vanities are often constructed from different materials than traditional vanities. They come in plastic, molded plywood, teak, leather, and polished metals.
A stylish timber vanity with visible wood grain (natural oak with chrome tap ware is my pick) adds texture and warmth to white space, topped with a vessel basin reminiscent of a nature retreat. Streamlined shapes are key to this look so opt for simple wall-hung designs for a floating effect that saves space, and recessed handles or touch-close drawers for clean lines. Use baskets or bins inside cupboards and storage trays in drawers to store all items away. If you want to add more impact, touches of black add depth to this look.
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