I was so surprised by the fantastic quality of the bathroom vanity cabinets that we found on Home Depot online (seems much different than the store). We just got two of these large double sink bathroom vanities in for both our master suite as well as our kids shared bath and I think that they look so great for the price. The unit came with the countertop, hardware, and sink already installed, all we had to do was pick out faucets and put those in which was not that hard at all. The dark brown finish is absolutely beautiful up close and you really can't tell that it is a cheaper wood veneer product. Overall, I think that these were the perfect addition to our bathroom remodel 2022 and I would highly recommend them to anybody else in the market for something that looks good at a lower price point.
I thought that adding bathroom vanity cabinets to our master for storage would make our house look like my grandmother's. I don't know why but those storage cabinets in the bathroom always remind me of her decor. With that being said, we are in dire need of extra storage because we don't have a linen closet. So here I am on here looking for cooler more upscale bathroom vanity ideas that will not make my house look like a nursing home haha (I know I am being dramatic). I actually really like this design because the cabinets are tucked into the corner and actually make the existing vanity look much more high end than it would with the larger unit. It seems like the best bathroom vanities for my particular taste look like a piece of furniture rather than random cabinets screwed on the wall over a toilet or something.
I want bathroom vanity cabinets exactly like this for my new single-me, post-divorce home. Through the stress of all this, the one thing that I really looked forward to was the thought of planning out my new space that I could pick out exactly what I wanted. I could incorporate all of the traditional bathroom ideas that I loved without having to compromise with my ex's more contemporary style (it's the little things in life, am I right). I am going to print off these photos and show them to my designer in hopes that they can recreate the entire bathroom vanity with sink area including the beautiful built in arched mirrors and sconces. Ideally, I would like to install a soaking tub as well, but we will see if the finances can be pushed that far.
I would love to know where you can find bathroom vanity cabinets like this to purchase, or is it the type of thing that you have to have custom made? We are redesigning our master in a more contemporary style than what is already there, and we would love to center the design around some cool modern bathroom vanities like these. So far though, I have not been able to find anything even remotely similar to this in any of the stores we usually shop at or even the higher end kitchen and bath retailers around our area. I shudder at the thought of what it probably costs to order something like this online, but I was wondering if local craftspeople (like a carpenter woodworker) could build bathroom cabinets based off of a photo. Does anybody know of somebody in the Portland, Oregon area that has that skillset?
The bathroom vanity cabinets in this his and hers master setup are just to die for -- not to mention look at the dedicated dressing table that she gets! In general, I always am attracted to grey bathroom cabinets because they are chic yet elegant at the same time. I like that they are a neutral but have a bit more depth and design than your usual white cabinetry that most homes have -- I like my living areas to be somewhat unique and not a carbon copy of everything that my friends and family have. Before finding this photo, we were planning on gutting out our existing units and replacing them with something brand new. However, after seeing these bathroom ideas, I actually think that we can reuse them by painting them a soft grey shade like this and popping on some new granite countertops.
When our client's asked us to create an open and airy master suite for them that took advantage of the expansive ocean views, I knew that we had to keep as much of the focus on the windows as possible. Usually I try to make a statement with the bathroom vanity cabinets so that they will act as a focal point but, for this space, I wanted to achieve the opposite and actually let them fade into the background. We thought that the best option to achieve this goal would be to install a floating bathroom vanity with very simple lines and plain white color palette. We had always planned for the entire room to be done in neutrals so that the deep aqua blue waters out the window would be the only source of contrasting color in the space. We think that this white bathroom vanity really makes the space without distracting from the windows and private balcony.