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.
For the bathroom of a designer showhouse, architect Gregg De Meza designed a vanity with a sophisticated modern exterior and sunny yellow interior. “The storage was designed with form and function in mind,” he says. “To keep a clean modern aesthetic, the vanity front is clean and simple. Pull it open for toiletries and get a bonus hit of sunshine to kick off the day.”
This spacious double vanity features a clean, white design with plenty of storage for your bathroom essentials. Nestled between the two mirrors, built-in glass shelves display decor and necessities in an elegant design.
The smooth textures of the floating wood vanities, storage cabinet and concrete floor create a lovely look for this contemporary bathroom. A sleek, chrome towel rack is mounted conveniently beside the walk-in shower, which feels private thanks to the wall dividing the space.
Matching single sink vanities provide ample space to get ready in this contemporary bathroom. The vibrant rug adds a pop of color to the otherwise neutral space, while the glass shower keeps things feeling open and spacious.
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.
For the bathroom of a new home in Westchester County, NY, architect Daniel Contelmo created an elegant vanity that is as rich in storage as it is in style. “It’s packed with various storage options, equally divided for the couple who shares the bath,” says Contelmo. Among the amenities are a built-in hamper, a linen closet, plenty of cabinets and drawers, lighted custom-framed mirrors and a central shelving area that offers display space and visually breaks the long limestone counter.
This bathroom is an example of style that's appealing to both adults and children. The space is not overtly kid-themed, but is still cool enough for the young ones. It's located in the HGTV Dream Home 2014, a vacation getaway located in Truckee, Calif., minutes away from Lake Tahoe.
This stylish gray bathroom features a classy white vanity paired with a stunning marble countertop that carries into the backsplash and floor. A wall of built-in cabinets provides additional storage space.
Storage in a contemporary bathroom is often a challenge. The furniture in the new Cape Cod bathroom series by Philippe Stark and Duravit includes this sleek vanity with concealed storage behind doors and open shelves on the side, so you have a stylish way to keep what you need close at hand.
Tucked away next to the toilet area, Pure Design Interiors set a small vanity in a dark wood to offer additional storage for towels and other sundries. The metal accessories, mirror and lighting fixture follows the bathroom's contemporary theme.
For the master bathroom of a 1870s row house in Brooklyn, NY, designer Lorraine Bonaventura designed a vanity in keeping with the home’s historic style. A vintage mirror hangs above the white-painted vanity, which Bonaventura fitted with polished nickel fixtures. “Five deep drawers provide enough storage for all the toiletries,” she says. “The four seagrass baskets hold towels.”