Need a crisp and sophisticated tub surround? Enclose a bathtub with wood for an innovative, freestanding option. A sturdy, low wooden box was designed for housing this tub.
It’s unlikely that you’ll ever hear someone complain about having too much storage. Here, plentiful linen and toiletry storage is integrated into a large wall in the master bath.
Sure, you can apply your makeup while standing, but it’s always nice to have a place to sit while you get ready. Here, the makeup area is integrated into the his-and-hers vanity unit. Always be sure to include a couple of electrical outlets close by.
Visual cues and dividers can be used to separate the bathing area from the rest of the master bath. This vanity is centrally located, dividing the different areas of the bath, but the see-through glass countertop and vessel sink bowl help keep the room visually open.
There’s no need to paint all of your surfaces. Use stain-grade natural wood to give a depth of color and tone to your space. The honey-colored cabinetry, flooring, and trim featured in this room take center stage when paired with a limited color palette.
It’s the little details that polish your cabinet design. Furniture feet give the look of freestanding with the convenience of built-in. This vanity has a breakfront-inspired design.
Who says you have to leave home for luxury? Fine finishes, such as the granite countertops, tile, and elegantly distressed cabinetry, lend hotel appeal in this master bath.
Large expanses of wallspace are always hard to decorate. A combination of flat boards and trim enhance this area.
Storage always seems to be in short supply. Cabinets under these windows conceal the tub’s plumbing lines, provide storage for towels and bath products, and create a display space for plants and artwork.
No longer just for kitchens, islands can be major assets in baths, too. This built-in adds six more drawers for storage.
Just because it’s the standard way doesn’t mean it’s the best way for your home. Research different cabinet configurations to find the best layout for your master bath. Instead of a traditional upper cabinet with doors on the front, this configuration offers separate shelves for each vanity.
A hand-painted, marble-topped sink base feels like antique furniture rather than a standard built-in bath cabinet.
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