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.
This master bathroom isn't big, so the details go far in making the space feel luxurious. The vanity countertop is marble and wainscot tile is used throughout the room. A recessed medicine cabinet helps maximize storage without being too bulky.
Recessed medicine cabinets provide ample storage while custom designed light fixtures in antique bronze illuminate the vanity area. Neutral tiles match the floor tiling and create a backsplash strip over the white countertop. Traditional wood cabinets are the framework for the timeless, polished look.
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.
The designer of this bathroom was tasked with creating a space with plenty of light. She delivered with multiple recessed light fixtures, sconces, toe kick lights and a large window in the tub and shower area. At the vanity, a wall-hung faucet maximizes counter space, while a frosted glass medicine cabinet increases storage space.