Consider pairing an antique with a color scheme that brings out its unique beauty. This straightforward vanity builds its look from an antique buffet that has be re-purposed for use in this transitional bathroom. The gray walls, large wooden mirror and simple accessories accent the design.
Two vanities finished in driftwood are featured in this master bathroom on opposite walls for 'his and hers'. The sconces are a bit antique looking to combine new and old giving a vintage and eclectic feel to the space.
The designer bumped out the sinks to create different depths, added an arched toe kick and used beaded inset cabinets to give this vanity a furniture look. Combining the large drawers into one large cabinet and adding mirrors to the doors makes the fixture look custom built.
A window with dark panes sits atop a white vanity with sleek lines. Dainty vases with flowers bring a natural facet to the space and complements the natural, Roman shades. A little cup with a seal image, acting as a toothbrush holder, adds a whimsical touch.
A custom cherry vanity tucks into the angular wall, making it a beautiful architectural feature rather than a design hindrance. The Piedrafina marble countertop and nickel finishes balance function, style and beauty.
By bumping out the upper level drawers and reducing the footprint of the lower cabinets, designer Bruce Snell created more storage and room to stand in thisnarrow bathroom. Nickel finishes on the Art-Deco inspired cabinets adds a sleek look.
In this feminine bathroom, designer Christina Stillwaugh of Jessica Lagrange Interiors combines a gold sink and sconces with a dramatic, large-scale wallpaper that celebrates the pink tones in the stone floor.
This charming home is set up in a refurbished blacksmith shop and incorporates many of the space's original details. Here, one of the window frames is repurposed as a bathroom mirror; the vanity was built from the shop's bench.