A downstairs powder room is all too often decorated in exactly the same style as the room it happens to adjoin. In most home settings this means the rest room will have the same design as the hallway. However, there is no good reason that your corridor and powder room should share the same wallpaper and flooring. For the smallest room in the home, invest some thought into designing it just as you would for other living spaces. After all, your guests will be likely to pay the powder room a visit and a well designed one will make them feel comfortable in your home.
A similar type of cohesion is featured here where the shower enclosure is closed off with a glass and metal wall and a door that perfectly completes the grid. The sink vanity has the same type of graphical design, featuring a thin black supporting frame. In a lot of ways, the walls and door of this bathroom look a lot like Japanese shoji screens. The emphasis is on the grid pattern and the contrast between the black frame and the glass panels, as well as the white tiles and furniture.
A lot of people choose to hide the pipes under their bathroom sink. However, if you can disguise them as something simple and perhaps maybe match them to other accents in the decor, you can leave that space open and opt for one or more shelves under the sink. This is a minimalist bathroom vanity with a beautiful and sophisticated design that accommodates the sink and continues with a platform similar to a shelf. It’s a perfect storage and display surface. Usually, the open shelves in a bathroom are mounted on the wall at the same level as the mirror. Actually, a lot of stylish combos can be created using the two features. A small shelf under the sink is perfect for keeping some extra hand towels ready for guests or for yourself. The open design helps maintain the room bright and spacious.
This is a pretty special double sink bathroom vanity. It has a solid counter that holds the two sinks and a wooden frame but there`s also a storage module suspended between the top and the floor. Complement a simple bathroom vanity with a wall-mounted mirror that lights up. You can either look for one with built-in LED lights or install these on the back of the mirror along the edges. The two halves of this bathroom vanity complement each other perfectly. The two-toned design suits the minimalist and geometric forms and the two mirror that go all the way up to the ceiling make the space feel a lot bigger. A large mirror can actually brighten up a small bathroom but if that`s not the case there`s no need for one. You can balance out a large double sink vanity with two individual mirrors that are small by comparison.
The two sinks that you want to put in your bathroom can either be a part of the same vanity or two completely independent features. A double sink vanity can look something like this: with two matching faucets and a space at the center for toiletries. If you choose to have two sinks with two separate vanities, their designs don't have to look alike. You can pair matching sinks with different-looking vanities that suit each person's storage needs. Double sink vanity mirrors come in a variety of styles and forms.
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