This master bathroom remodel included the installation of tall, dark brown wooden cabinets and drawers, providing plenty of room for storing bathroom essentials. Neutral tiles cover the floor, while a spacious window seat offers a nearby place for relaxing.
In this sleek East Hampton bath, designer Joe Eisner used contrasting colors and materials in his storage-rich design. He says, “the canopy over the vanity is supported by a storage tower with drawer and open shelving on the left side. The mosaic wall to the right of the vanity separates the vanity from the shower enclosure. The L-shaped shampoo shelf cutout in the mosaic wall is referenced in the L-shaped cutout cabinet pulls of the white lacquer vanity cabinet doors.”
A tall cabinet utilizes formerly wasted space and makes toiletries and grooming tools easily accessible yet out of sight in this blue bathroom. Designer Tip: Designer Elizabeth Swartz says keep scale in mind when adding this type of storage unit to a bathroom to avoid overpowering the space.
This built-in shelving and drawer unit provides a perfect space for storing towels and other bathroom essentials. Green and white towels are displayed on open shelving, complementing the dark green tile in the shower.
For the bathroom of a new home in Westchester County, NY, architect Daniel Contelmo created an elegant vanity that is as rich in storage as it is in style. “It’s packed with various storage options, equally divided for the couple who shares the bath,” says Contelmo. Among the amenities are a built-in hamper, a linen closet, plenty of cabinets and drawers, lighted custom-framed mirrors and a central shelving area that offers display space and visually breaks the long limestone counter.
Both sink mirrors are flanked by shelves of storage hidden behind tall, slender doors that are configured in the vanity to mimic columns. The central section of the vanity has a make-up drawer and more storage behind the mirror. The base of the cabinetry is filled with a wall of cabinetry and drawers.
This large white bathroom storage cabinet features three arched glass-front doors, in addition to cabinets and drawers located below. The cabinet offers plenty of room for showcasing decorative blue vases and towels, as well as storing essentials in this neutral contemporary master bathroom.
In keeping with the dark wood theme of the master bathroom design, this cabinet unit offers plenty of storage space for two. The custom piece spans one wall of the master bath from floor to ceiling and provides plenty of drawer and cabinet space in the center, with identical his and her cabinets and drawer space on each side. Designed by Susan Brunstrum.