This long bathroom features a double vanity, separate shower and bathtub and plenty of open floor space. A neutral color palette compliments the bright, open design and showcases the warm finish of the wood cabinetry and mirror frames.
A red tile vanity is flanked by dark wood shelving units in this bathroom in HGTV Dream Home 2011. The shelves provide open storage for towels and toiletries. A red tile vanity hold three white vessel sinks to accommodate multiple guests.
A striking, unique floating vanity made from rock accompanies a large mirror and wall sconces in this contemporary bathroom. The floating vanity opens up the room, creating the illusion of a larger space.
An open, walk-in shower features a glass wall, charcoal gray tile and built-in tile bench. A pair of mirrors hang above the double vanity, which provides open and hidden storage. Soft gray tiles laid in a herringbone pattern ground the space.
In this sleek East Hampton bath, designer Joe Eisner used contrasting colors and materials in his storage-rich design. He says, “the canopy over the vanity is supported by a storage tower with drawer and open shelving on the left side. The mosaic wall to the right of the vanity separates the vanity from the shower enclosure. The L-shaped shampoo shelf cutout in the mosaic wall is referenced in the L-shaped cutout cabinet pulls of the white lacquer vanity cabinet doors.”
In a guest bathroom, designer Alisa Hoffman took a creative approach to the design of the vanity. “By ‘floating’ the vanity cabinet we were able to open the space and light it from below which gives the illusion of expanding the room as the floor tile continues underneath the vanity, all the way to the wall,” says Hoffman. She designed the cabinetry with open storage for extra towels, baskets for toilet tissue and a space to sit down. “It’s reminiscent of being in a spa, an experience from which everyone leaves refreshed,” she says.