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.”
This spacious double vanity bathroom includes a dark brown wooden vanity with a convenient storage tower that separates the two sink areas. A three-light fixture hangs above each of the round mirrors, while neutral granite countertops complete the look of the space.
Design challenges for this bath included incorporating a lot of storage in a relatively small bathroom, removing a drop-ceiling and integrating good lighting without the benefit of a natural light source. Two large storage towers provide plenty of space for toiletries while double sconces and recessed lighting illuminates the room.
Two large towers sit above the vanity in this contemporary bathroom, providing extra storage space. The mirrored towers match the dark wood of the cabinets below, making them feel cohesive with the space.
A custom-designed, floor-to-ceiling storage tower offers a mix of open and closed storage space in this contemporary bathroom. The bottom shelves were left open for easy access to towels, while the top shelves were fitted with doors for concealing toiletries. The compact, wall-mounted floating vanity saves space but still offers extra storage and style.
On either side of the large vanity, designers upped the storage space by adding storage towers. With their elegant, dark stain, the towers not only add storage, but also add warm color, height and dimension to the space.
This neutral-toned contemporary bathroom is trendy yet practical by featuring unique storage spaces with plenty of room for towels and miscellaneous toiletries. These accessories add texture and color to the otherwise monochromatic hue of the room.
For a custom towel and toy storage tower that costs less than $100, Jaime Costiglio from That’s My Letter used four crates from Crates & Pallet. Three of them were used to make the storage tower and the other was disassembled and resized to serve as a drawer.
This master bathroom features a double sink vanity with dark brown wooden cabinets and neutral granite countertops. A convenient storage tower sits between the three-light fixtures and round mirrors that are positioned above each sink, while neutral floor tiles complete the look of the space.
This light gray and white bathroom features a cherry wood double vanity with a neutral countertop. Two globe pendant lights and a pair of circular mirrors are positioned in front of a gray mosaic backsplash, while a counter-to-ceiling storage tower provides space for stowing bathroom essentials.
A vintage kitchen cupboard handed down from my parents does double duty in a hallway as storage for gift wrap and shipping supplies, kitchen linens and other items. Figuring out where to store things in a historic home is a perennial problem but not as challenging as in previous homes. A small portion of my vintage suitcase collection on top of the hutch once functioned as a much-needed storage tower of suitcases and room divider in the closet-free two-room apartment where I lived with my husband in New York City's East Village. The "Pray for Atlanta" artwork is by beloved Atlanta artist R. Land. A metal basket holds my son's sports equipment and vintage wooden tennis rackets, which we still use.
A window bench padded for comfort provides a spot for changing shoes. Cubbies below the bench offer storage for shoes and other accessories, with baskets in a tower of open shelves for organized storage of smaller items.