A corner cabinet adds storage while dividing the counter space in this transitional double vanity bathroom. Soft lighting offers a sense of warmth and comfort, while a tile backsplash and marble countertops up the sophistication factor.
If you really want a bar but don’t have space to spare, consider using existing architecture elements to corral your spirits and glassware. An example from designer Leanne Ford: “A lot of older houses have corner cabinets in the dining rooms,” she says. “If you have one, take advantage of it. This is a great place to stash your prettiest glassware and liquor bottles. Paint the cabinet high-gloss black to modernize the space and give it an extra shine.”
This remodeled bathroom features custom cabinetry with a tall corner unit for added, open storage. Sheet mirrors are backed by sleek white subway tile, with mirror-mounted sconces to provide task lighting. Glass hardware on the doors and draws adds glamour and sparkle.
A petite dining room makes a perfect breakfast room with light pouring in the wraparound windows. A built-in china and corner cabinet provide extra storage in the small space and beautiful wood details and print curtains add country charm.
A corner cabinet offers storage without obstructing the stunning views of Little Lake Worth in North Palm Beach, Fla., through the windows of this serene master bedroom. The natural tones of the vaulted wood ceiling and the beaded empire chandelier create a cottage look in this coastal home.
To create a functional cabinet out of those difficult corner cabinets, designers added two custom, pull out shelves. Not only does this double the usable space in the cabinet, it puts all of the homeowners gadgets within reach, creating a storage solution that truly makes life easier.
This master bathroom offers a masculine ambiance thanks to dark wood dual vanities with Caesarstone countertops and a freestanding oval soaking tub. The tall corner cabinet between the sinks adds additional privacy and storage.