This new bathroom design includes relocating the sink to the opposite wall, allowing ample counter space and storage for three users. Contest entry for National Kitchen and Bath Association People's Pick 2014.
Sleek and sophisticated, this custom vanity is stocked with storage options. Designer Tracy Black designed this elegant, oversized piece, which measures an eye-catching nine feet long and 25 inches deep. "A vanity is so much more practical and functional with deep drawers instead of just doors," she says. The roomy drawers and center cabinets easily accommodate bath and beauty products, hair-styling tools and more. The lower open shelf is a practical spot for storing towels or baskets and prevents the vanity from overpowering the room.
Designer Elizabeth Swartz used a custom-designed furniture piece as a vanity for this petite powder room. Using a vessel sink means the drawers underneath remain spacious enough to store soaps, guest towels and extra rolls of toilet paper.
The bathroom includes a chromatherapy tub and shower, steam shower, and gorgeous granite countertops. One unique shower feature: there is an overhead screen that can be set to replicate lightning, rain, fire, or even a summer day with clouds rolling by! Every piece of furniture and cabinetry was custom designed specifically for this suite, including the stained glass bathroom entry door.
The lacquered wood counters and sinks in this master bathroom -- an unexpected material application -- were custom fabricated by the homeowner. Bundles of rebar compose the vanity legs. The mirror was a ready-made mirror but embellished with an extra layer in order to frame it out and create more contrast against the tile.
The farmhouse look is so fresh and friendly in the master bathroom. The cheerful blue vanity and mirror are partnered with bubble pendants. On top of the vanity, a beautiful wood planter is home base for a plant.