Dated, contractor-grade vanities can instantly take new shape with the addition of glossy white paint and classic drawer pulls. In its original state, this tiny boy's bathroom featured a low-end cherry vanity as well as drawers and door fronts void of any hardware at all. After one coat of primer and two coats of ultra-white latex paint in a semigloss finish, the old vanity instantly appears new.
Pastel blue subway tile adds a soft color over white countertop and built in sink with stainless steel faucet. Woodgrain cabinetry add a warmer hue to the bright color scheme. A stainless steel stool with white leather cushion tucks under the counter or pulls out for a stylish vanity stool.
Linear cabinet pulls and turquoise vessel sinks modernize the furniture-style vanity in the master bathroom of HGTV Urban Oasis 2012. The backlight on the vanity adds ambient mood lighting to the space, while showcasing the beautiful tilework on the walls.
Muted gray tones give this neutral master bathroom an elegant feeling with floor-to-ceiling cabinets, a single vanity sink with oversized mirror and crystal pulls on the cabinets. Marble flooring runs from the vanity to the nearby modern soaking tub in white.
White glass tile laid on the vertical adds height to this bathroom vanity, while also creating a striking contrast against the warm browns of the surrounding wood. Streamlined cabinets pulls and sconces add to the contemporary feel of the space.
This master suite exudes elegance with its glass shower door and glass vessel sinks. The bedroom and bathroom are combined, creating a massive master suite. A 6-foot-long lacquered vanity, encased in matte marble, offers his and hers sinks as well as a backlit vanity mirror. The traditional cabinet face is modernized with linear pulls.
To add a touch of drama and depth to this otherwise white bathroom, Pure Design Interiors added a dark brown vanity and large brown floor tiles to complement the simple lines of the room. A large wall mirrors frames the entire vanity and slim, contemporary-styled cabinet pulls complete the look.
Gray wood-look tile for the walls and floors crisply contrasts the white vanity in this spa bathroom for a look that's chic and luxurious. The circular drawer and cabinet pulls have a whimsical appeal.
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.”