This bathroom vanity was made from an old wooden filing cabinet with metal handles. A white marble top provides ample surface space, in addition to two sinks. Stylish credenza. A buffet or sideboard is a long and low piece of furniture most often found in a dining or living room. Though it is typically used for storing utensils, table linens, serving dishes and the like, it provides lots of functional storage and surface space when repurposed as a bathroom vanity. This one has circular design details that contrast with the rectangular wall tiles. Its light khaki color and wood top add warmth to the room.
This antique console was designed to be placed against a wall. It has a shallow depth so as not to obstruct passage around it, which also makes it a great choice for a bathroom in which space is at a premium. The console has been transformed into a double vanity with a full countertop that suits its traditional style. This table from China was repurposed into a simple bathroom vanity. It has a square sink that sits atop the surface, which suits the rectangular and geometric woodwork details. Sewing tables originated in the late’s, and were originally used for needlework before the advent of the sewing machine.
If you have the room, create a dressing area with a storable ironing board and a bench or chair for prep and dressing time. Add a mood board of favorite, inspirational people or magazine photos to help lift your mood and get dressed. Add a contemporary touch to your closet by adding an open shelves. The open shelf is the perfect spot for a display of favorite handbags and other objects including neatly folded sweaters. Some good ways include a built in, free standing bookcase or wall‐mounted floating shelves. Add lighting throughout your newly‐organized closet.
That said, your bathroom is a space that all of your guests will likely see at some point, so if you want to make a statement, this is the place to do it. Think about it the same way you would your kitchen backsplash, You want it to be timeless and clean, and to not turn off potential buyers. You could allow tile to make a statement and cover all four walls, or use it to create pseudo wainscoting and paint the top half of the wall the color of your choice. Here are five general bathroom tile ideas to apply to your space. Wainscoting is a decorative wall covering that extends partway up the wall. It’s typically done in wood and in spaces such as the dining room. However, it can also work in the bathroom as a way to add character.
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