In one corner of the master bathroom space, a new, walnut makeup vanity was installed. The dark walnut of this fixture contrasts with the light colored tile, and with the beautiful chandelier above it, adds elegance as well as storage and organization to the space.
Although these homeowners were concerned with the aesthetic value of their new master bathroom space, functional was also a concern, so, in addition to the large vanity, designers created space on either end of the vanity to place additional cabinets, giving the homeowners plenty of space for storage and organization.
To increase storage and functionality in the space designers brought in a long double vanity. Not only does this fixture create organization in the bathroom, but it also accentuates the length of the space and highlights the large footprint of the master bathroom.
This family bathroom was able to incorporate two vanity stations by putting one in the water closet, set off by hinge pivot doors. Designer Amanda Maday also used mismatched knobs to create an organization system for each member of the family.
Storage is a huge concern in any bathroom, but this traditional bathroom has plenty of space for all of a family's things. Floor to ceiling cabinets give the family plenty of space to store linens, while the vanity allows plenty of space for the family's toiletries. All of this storage space gives the family a way to keep everything organized and the countertops neat.
A lamp is an offbeat and unexpected feature in a bathroom, but it can really change the feel of the space. A warm light and a pretty decoration to your counter can add pizazz without any expensive structural changes. Add a mirrored tray to spread that warm light even farther. This bathroom was redecorated by designers volunteering for Dwell with Dignity, a non-profit organization.
Use of an industrial bookshelf in the master bathroom creates an artful space to organize hand towels, washcloths and accessories while new and vintage collectibles add a spa-like or beach inspired style.
A large drawer in the custom back-painted glass vanity fits around the sink's plumbing to offer concealed storage in the boy's bathroom at the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2015. The vanity features a hidden interior drawer for extra organization.