Bathroom Vanity Designs

Bathroom Vanity Designs

We saw how to decor home, kitchen ,backyard and nice edges but how can we forget about bathroom vanity designs? so we listed out 5 bathroom vanity designs for you. Make it worth a read, renovate now.

  • Big City Style

Designer Vern Yip squeezes a lot of luxury into tight quarters in greater Manhattan high-rise. To maximize the natural light streaming in from one lone window, Vern covered both the floor and main wall in Ann Sacks glass tile for its light-reflecting qualities. Because space is at a premium, the vanity features a slim, elliptical profile with 2 pivoting doors that swing out to provide plenty of storage for necessary toiletries.

  • Vanity with Framed Mirrors

Large mirrors, such as the ones in this bathroom, make a room seem even more spacious. Here, two identical rift-sawn walnut vanities are divided by a central makeup table, and a trio of tall framed mirrors above the vanity areas enhances natural light. A chocolate brown marble floor grounds the room and complements the vanity area’s dark wood tones.

  • Romantic Inspiration

This room was definitely created for the woman who likes to lounge her day away in the bath, using it for a dressing room as well as an escape from the world. The attention to detail and use of non-traditional materials (not a single tile in the room!) makes the space feel warm, even in an all-white palette. The dreamy curtains catching the light from the skylight only add to the effect.

  • Streamlined Yet Luxurious

For a dose of more modern luxury, this bath shows off clean lines and lofty ceilings punctuated by beautiful details like lighting layered over the mirror and unique hardware installed right into the backsplash. The polished-silver travertine counter sits on custom ash wood cabinetry, providing ample vanity space.

  • His-and-Hers Intimacy

Sometimes luxury simply means a sense of intimacy in a room. By placing this footed bath right in the middle of the his-and-hers vanities, we know this certainly isn’t the guest bath. It’s a romantic little reminder this space has been customized for the couple who owns it. Beautiful exposed plumbing looks stunning against the marble flooring that continues all the way up the walls, and soft romantic lighting casts a warm glow.

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