The vanity is the feature most likely to serve as s focal point in a bathroom and the reason for that is quite simple: everything else is utilitarian and doesn’t leave much room for customization. Tubs don’t usually stand out unless you absolutely want them to and shower cabins are pretty basic too. This leaves the modern bathroom vanities as the most likely option. If you choose to have one custom-made you have a lot of stylish designs and ideas to choose from so let’s get to it and have a look at some.
Opt for a floating bathroom vanity if you want to make the room appear larger, more spacious and more airy than it actually is. There are lots of advantages offered by this type of design. For example, wall-mounted vanities allow you to easily clean under them or to add LED strip light to the underside for a glowing effect.
Shelf vanities are also very practical and great at keeping the room spacious and airy. You can easily build something as stylish as this yourself. You’d need the support legs and a thick wooden counter. If you want you can also add a bottom shelf for towel storage.
If you decide to go with a wood vanity, consider a live edge counter. It has the potential of giving the room a distinctively elegant and sophisticated look. It is possible to create such a design yourself or to even repurpose an existing furniture piece. In any case, keep the design simple and let the materials speak for themselves
A wall-mounted vanity doesn’t necessarily have to mean less storage space. You can have sufficient storage and keep the room spacious with a design that’s simple and practical. You can conceal the drawers by choosing not to add drawer pulls or knobs and to instead use a hidden system.
Consider matching your bathroom vanity to other elements present in the room. For example, you can have a matching storage unit or the vanity could coordinate with the wall behind it in some way. Another option is to choose a design that’s simple and interesting at the same time, like this one here and its mosaic of colors.
If you want the vanity to accommodate two sinks, then a clean and linear design would be just right. Position the two sinks in the desired spots and use the rest of the surface as a counter or storage surface. Since the vanity is wide, it can include sufficient storage without having to occupy any floor space.