Instead of using the typical bathroom counter with cabinet underneath, follow Unique Techniques designer Cindy Garten’s example and sandwich a stylish sink basin between sleek shelves that match your bathroom. This eliminates the usual bulkiness that comes with a bathroom countertop and cabinet and creates a more eclectic design.
This beautiful master bathroom pulls elements from traditional and modern design styles. Recessed lighting paired with modern globe sconces -- and a small window over the shower -- ensures an always-bright space. Lena white marble, quartzite counters and limestone floors make the room feel rich and inviting.
The neutral walls of this bathroom are countered by the dark wooden contemporary vanity, brown and beige tile floor, and the wooden floor of the connecting closet. Black pendant lights hang above the contemporary sink framed by a large, light blue mirror.
Cutout cubbies store bath towels and containers on either side of this custom vanity. For a single vanity, there is ample counter space to hold all of your bathroom essentials plus cabinets below to keep the counter from becoming too cluttered.
This bathroom, with glass tile detailing and white marble counter tops, is comfortably sized for a New York apartment. The spa like bathroom's soothing clean look was achieved using a color palette of pale blues and white.