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.
Smart design decisions made the most of this bathroom space, with the vanity placed inside a niche and a 48 inch lift-up medicine cabinet recessed into a void stud cavity space between the bathroom and bedroom behind.
The open design and glass walls of this modern bathroom blurs the lines between indoor and outdoor living. Even the tile in the glass-enclosed shower connects to the outdoors with its earthy pattern and palette. The vanity and medicine cabinets are streamlined and sleek.
The homeowners preferred a more space-efficient bathroom that would flow with their rustic yet modern farmhouse. The white wall-mounted toilet, sink and medicine cabinet pop against the dark tile, and the white subway tile in the shower balances the white fixtures in the room.
This neutral bathroom features a simple white pedestal sink paired with a small medicine cabinet. Tan grasscloth wallpaper covers the walls, while marble tiles line the shower. An Aubrey Hepburn print hangs above the toilet, adding a vintage touch to the space.
With white porcelain tile walls and a gray slate tile floor, this master bathroom is elegant and simple. Repurposing an antique clock as a medicine cabinet adds storage, while the 19th-century Italian chair and antique Swedish bench provide a variety of seating options.
HGTV Star contestant Brooks Atwood based his concept for this city loft space on the idea that architecture can perform specific functions. For example, the wall in the bathroom folds in and splits open to become a medicine cabinet. He also made the closets double-sided in order to eliminate the need for another wall and save valuable square footage.
Expand your mirrors. In this bathroom, Terracotta Design Build in Atlanta surrounded an existing recessed medicine cabinet with sheet mirror on the top and both sides, says Ili Hidalgo-Nilsson, architect and designer with Terracotta Design. This glamorous extra is easier and more affordable than it looks and makes the room appear much larger.
A soothing neutral palette and modern design, this master bathroom features a double vanity in bleached walnut and a neutral stone shower with a glass enclosure. Inset medicine cabinets in the mirrors maximize the space and give a streamlined look.
One of the home's five bathrooms, this small space features a large mirror, two medicine cabinets, a sleek modern vanity and plenty of drawers for extra linens. The neutral-and-black tile adds a fun, retro touch to the space.
Four wall-mounted sconces with a satin black finish and frosted shades have an architectural and modern look. The elongated fixtures placed vertically on each side of the medicine cabinets offer a clean and stylish way to illuminate the space.
A floating double vanity with sleek styling and a white finish is topped by twin medicine cabinets in this gray-and-white, contemporary master bathroom. Marble floor tile laid in a herringbone pattern complements white subway tile on the walls, forming a clean color palette that's crisp and modern.
The two aluminum medicine cabinets above the vanity look like modern mirrors, but slow-close doors open up to reveal a fully mirrored interior with three adjustable glass shelves. A built-in magnifying mirror on the inside of the doors is vertically adjustable to accommodate users of different heights. A weaved basket under the vanity offers an easy way to store clean, rolled towels or gather used towels for laundry.