This double, two-sided mirrored medicine cabinet is sleek and durable--perfect for a busy family on the go! It complements the simple design of this small bathroom that keeps clutter to a minimum. A small wood vanity contains ample storage space to store products and other bath paraphernalia.
Artwork by Miggie Wong and Renae Barnard adds interest to the vanity area in the master bathroom. Neutral ceramic tile covers the floor and half the wall creating a backsplash over the countertop. Walnut cabinetry adds beautiful warmth to the calming tones of the design.
The mirror in this modern bathroom is an antique medicine cabinet that has been painted silver to match the lighting and piping in the space. This mirror not only adds a touch of vintage style, but it also gives the space a little extra storage.
In a master bath designed for a couple, JamesThomas Design created a space with rich architectural detailing and a simple black-and-white color scheme. Above the his-and-hers vanity, the design team fixed mirrors in frames with a mirrored medicine cabinet between the two mirrors.
This minimalistic master bathroom offers a sleek, white double floating vanity paired with a charcoal gray mosaic tile backsplash and floor tiles in a similar hue. The contemporary mirror features two medicine cabinets with storage, while the floor-to-ceiling window provides a stunning view of the city.
Cylindrical lampshade sconces frame the medicine cabinet mirror mounted at this bathroom vanity. The mirror creates concealed storage to keep the neutral marble countertop free of clutter for a sophisticated finish. A neutral floral wallpaper adds pattern to the design without overpowering the calm look.
This gray contemporary bathroom features a double-vanity design with a Carrera marble countertop, glass-tile backsplash, and polished chrome sconces and fixtures. The sleek mirrored medicine cabinets add storage and polish to the space.
Crisp, clean lines and neutral colors dominate this small traditional powder room. The pedestal sink and toilet fade into a plain white wainscot, while a mirrored medicine cabinet, traditional fixtures and glass doorknobs serve as additional accents.
A rolling ladder moves through the second story rooms for upper cabinet access throughout the floor; this ladder is conveniently stored in the bathroom. To give the space an infinity-like feel, designers screwed simple light bulbs directly into the mirrored medicine cabinet for an interesting aesthetic.