6 above cabinet storage Bath Design Photos

Bella Villa Design Studio
5 Reviews
Parade 2012- Hacienda
Hello Merrick, Im doing a similar backsplash tile above granite counter & wood vanity in the powder room. I cannot tell from this picture but wondering if you turned the corner and did the left side wall over the counter there too, so both
I like the cabinet above the toilet.
I can have a cabinet built around the sink!
The cabinets were custom made through Jenkins Custom Homes. They are knotty alder with a dark stain.
“south west design” — lotuslynn
Sarah Greenman
1 Review
Half Way, OR: Pat & Patti Walker
I love the combination of the saltillo tile with the blue cabinet. Is that brown quartz on the countertop?
and painting the cabinet. This is my kind of budget.
color of cabinet, floor tile, window
grout joint.patterned tile row above tub
row of tile above clawfoot bath beadboard
walls blue cabinet and terra cotta tiles
“wood, tile, color” — Denise Howell
RJ Dailey Construction Co.
1 Review
Private Woodside Residence
I like the idea of the shelf above the sink for the master
I like the beam above the shower
Bowl above sink counter
log above shower...bathroom storage
“resembles my bathroom (in size and layout only LOL)” — lotuslynn
Narofsky Architecture + ways2design
8 Reviews
Interiors of the Mill Neck Residence
if not custom, where to get vanity, please? does floor cabinet come with? thank you.
Would like to have the answer to above where or how?
bathroom storage...towel storage...Sink storage...Creative storage.
“Minimalist vanity” — Sarah Whittington
Arizona Designs Kitchens and Baths
3 Reviews
White Bathroom
Yes, definitely! The bathroom above is not what you would call traditional Southwest but the Saltillo tiles still look great. In a country-inspired design they will add to the country
color cabinets in bath
Niche above knee
“Floor Vanity & sinks” — lateimlate
Tyner Construction Co Inc
Family Fun
No storage space for those magazines or not in the mood to buy a simple magazine holder? Then have your guests read the walls — literally. Magazines or old newspapers glued to the walls is a fun, zany yet budget-friendly way to decorate your guest bath.Tip: Although the paper should always be sealed
“Wall treatment” — Kelly Wright
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