This is the sort of thin metal frame I am looking for.
Are these kitchen depth counters? Look at for visualization of our space
Hello, I am the owner of Chazzmin Jones Interiors. I think you should incorporate more shelving into the space. It wouldn't be a bad idea to duplicate the shelves that you have over in the other corner onto that wall. From a professional standpoint, due to the backsplash; the wall is too short for a piece of art like the Campbell's Soup print in your inspiration photo.
Reply to: Hello, I am the owner of Chazzmin Jones Interiors. I think you should incorporate more shelving into the space. It wouldn't be a bad idea to duplicate the shelves that you have over in the other corner onto that wall. From a professional standpoint, due to the backsplash; the wall is too short for a piece of art like the Campbell's Soup print in your inspiration photo.
Look at this style of hanging open shelves for left of vanity/mirrors
Look closely at how ours will be "framed" by the side panels. This picture looks really nice vs. how it will look with the typical ikea filler at the right corner and side panel on the left. Since it may be a pullout if we do full height cabs, would that be okay with the thicker panel and still clear the door trim? Might still have issues if side wall is not straight (can scribe the filler but not the panel).
Three mirrors, also the look of the blank space by the window like ours will be. This is a similar proportion to our space.
Look at vanity layout. What if we did 30" sink vanities and two 15" drawer units in the middle like this?
Tile and grout
Floor tile but has to coordinate with shower accent tile
Cabinets and handle placement
Kind of like our layout but opposite (+ much nicer)
Other sizes, too
hansgrohe whole system; need to look up reviews but the style is just what we are looking for. With our shower head skewed to the right, the hand spray would go on the left and also serve as grab bar. good size showerhead and nice color with our white tile. Confirm with Harlie as to whether there is a problem going with this (do we need thermostatic valve?).
Pretty tile but I'm pretty sure we want all white on white
Example with longer subway tiles
Like our tub/shower with colored tile in niche - looks nice!
Example of plain white niche
Looks pretty with the glass. Very close to our look with the tub
Two long niches are dramatic and the horizontal lines flow with the long grab bar if we do it straight across vs. diagonal. (Although, I think diagonal with a niche upper right is better for our layout)
We do not need a soap niche as much as longer, taller shape for shampoos
How bad is it to do corner shelves vs. niche?
Tall niche with shelf. Not sure how this would work in our design but it is pretty
Visual of two niches with accent tile inside, not sure where/if we would do accent tile around
white on white tile and tub looks nice here
Example of running accent tile at wainscot height
White on white tile with tub + color accent
Example of accent tile up above shower tile. How would this look with the shower panels?
Like the white matching grout; white tile looks better with some color accent
tile to ceiling/lower shower curtain
Example of subway tile to ceiling but curtain hung lower. Do we want this look vs lower tile/enclosure?
Example if we did separate vanities
Love this. Not sure if it's the slant of the ceiling vs our flat one or the bigger window that makes it work so well that cannot be transferred to our layout. NOTE: could do this sort of thing with IKEA kitchen new Askersund doors.