Marianne Brown designed this custom bath cabinet with colorful floral wallpaper behind the shelves. The wallpaper adds a pop of color, pattern, and personality to the bath, balancing the sterile nature of bathroom fixtures.
Designer Harmony Wells chose a tall cabinet to solve several problems in her clients’ small bath. “Because the space only had 8-foot high ceilings, we wanted to draw the eye up. The floor-to-ceiling custom linen cabinet makes the room feel larger and lighter,” she says. Wells designed the piece with an open-and-closed combination of storage. “This makes the unit less busy, visually, and keeps the overall scale on the smaller side, so it doesn’t compete with the shower.”
A narrow nook built into this master bath features small glass shelves to store makeup, nail polish and other small necessities for the bathroom. The reflective vanities, countertops and large mirrors visually expand the space and highlight the ocean-inspired shower in shades of blue mosaic tiles.
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 built-in vanity and tall storage cabinets in this spacious, traditional master bathroom create a functional haven in a room that was once narrow and cramped. Carrara marble and fun lighting add elegance to the room, while sleek countertops and fixtures turn it into an updated, spa-like space.
Custom designed architectural details frame the freestanding tub in this brilliant blue bathroom. Contractor Chip Wade of Elbow Room brings in a sisal area rug and jute rope accents to add a natural and beach feel to this contemporary space.
Designer Jaimie Belew created a custom shower entrance to add interest to this fun and formal master bath. An acrylic console is topped by a fishbowl and cat-themed artwork, adding to the room’s whimsy. An eggplant-colored ceiling makes the high-ceilinged space seem more intimate.
This bathroom was brought into the modern age with white marbled counters against grey custom cabinetry, and flattering wall-sconce lighting. The silver framing on the mirrors match the accents on the wall sconces and add sophistication and class to this master bathroom.
A largely framed mirror and flattering wall-sconce lighting make this an ideal place to primp for a night out, or unwind after a long day! This already spacious bathroom gains visual size and dimension from the reflection of the oversize custom 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.