Published at Thursday, 08 July 2021. Bathroom Cabinets. By Roberts Griffin.
Floating vanities have become increasingly popular, and for good reason. They offer ample storage with a slimmer profile, making them ideal for tight quarters. Because they're elevated off of the floor, they give the perception of more square footage, much in the way a mirror can make a room appear larger. Floating bathroom cabinets are streamlined and therefore a perfect match for modern design styles.
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.
Bathroom design ideas shouldn’t be limited by typical bathroom features such as enclosed cabinetry or laminate sinks and bench tops. A timber piece of furniture has been installed against the wall with open shelving below, and a large porcelain sink is installed atop it. The mirror has a stylized timber frame that ties into the timber vanity, and the overall color palette of white-washed wood, white tiles and chrome detailing makes this bathroom feel extra luxurious. Extra points for a glamorous wall sconce light.
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