Narrow Depth Vanity
Architect: Cook Architectural Design Studio
General Contractor: Erotas Building Corp
Photo Credit: Susan Gilmore Photography
Inspiration for a large timeless master marble floor alcove bathtub remodel in Minneapolis with marble countertops, shaker cabinets, white cabinets, white walls, an undermount sink and gray countertops
White molding on tub and full stone on top of tub area - trisha_crutchfield
Cabinets: Frameless Cabinets; Door Style: Slab Door Wood: Lyptus Finish: Java
Alcove shower - contemporary alcove shower idea in San Francisco with flat-panel cabinets and dark wood cabinets
Floating vanity for more open feel. - ettablu
This is an example of a large traditional partial sun backyard stone landscaping in New York for summer.
Interior design by Mint - www.mintshop.co.uk
Example of a trendy gray tile freestanding bathtub design in London with a vessel sink, flat-panel cabinets, a wall-mount toilet and gray walls
Sinks high hanging towel warmer - freeduve
Inspired by Japanese "chigai-dana" (multi-level shelves), the mirror suggests a hanging scroll. Photo by Andrew McKinney.
Bathroom - contemporary bathroom idea in San Francisco with a vessel sink
vanity open at bottom chrome piping - anagomes
Inspiration for a beach style bathroom remodel in Boston with marble countertops, gray cabinets, shaker cabinets, gray walls and a drop-in sink
like the color of the cabinet. let's us do a light floor. I am interested in the scalloped backsplash: If it's necessary near a water source, the scallop makes it look more like furniture. - erin_c20
Mountain style beige tile bathroom photo in San Francisco with an undermount sink, flat-panel cabinets and dark wood cabinets
Big mirror gives illusion of increased room size - webuser_958852406
This narrow-depth vanity saves floor space while still providing a perfect his & hers set-up.
Elegant bathroom photo in Philadelphia
Narrow vanity and toilet along wall like Chris' drawing. - sarah_collins25
Our client wanted a clean and classic Master Bath Suite. Initially, I designed 3 different options, but option 1 was a home run for the client and also my favorite based on thier wishlist. The vanity and mirror are custom made for the space with a 12 step dark stain process that allows the depth of the grain to show through. It took about 10 sample runs to get the finish just right, not too red and not too dark. We built the massive mirror to "float" off the wall so that it would visually lighten the space. The shower glass was detailed so that it appears seamless against the shower bench. We used Carerra marble throughout.
Mirror instead of entire wall mirror - kerrybettion
Family bathroom for three small kids with double ended bath and separate shower, two vanity units and mirror cabinets. Photos: Fraser Marr
Trendy drop-in bathtub photo in Oxfordshire with flat-panel cabinets, gray cabinets, a one-piece toilet, yellow walls and a drop-in sink
Heated towel rack. Not this one in particular. - webuser_381581577
The use of soft grey marble in tiles and mosaic add the needed texture and interest make this small bathroom seem larger.
Inspiration for a transitional mosaic tile bathroom remodel in New York with a console sink
Same color tiles. Size change. Softer but modern - marianfaux
The narrow depth vanity saves precious floor space, and features a vessel sink.
Inspiration for an eclectic bathroom remodel in Philadelphia
photographed by: Blackstone Edge
Small elegant dark wood floor powder room photo in Portland with a vessel sink, furniture-like cabinets and green cabinets
Don’t like color but like furniture look and sink. - webuser_334947805
Complete renovation of an unfinished basement in a classic south Minneapolis stucco home. Truly a transformation of the existing footprint to create a finished lower level complete with family room, ¾ bath, guest bedroom, and laundry. The clients charged the construction and design team with maintaining the integrity of their 1914 bungalow while renovating their unfinished basement into a finished lower level.
Basement bathroom (change the colour to white) - lefinga
Originally a nearly three-story tall 1920’s European-styled home was turned into a modern villa for work and home. A series of low concrete retaining wall planters and steps gradually takes you up to the second level entry, grounding or anchoring the house into the site, as does a new wrap around veranda and trellis. Large eave overhangs on the upper roof were designed to give the home presence and were accented with a Mid-century orange color. The new master bedroom addition white box creates a better sense of entry and opens to the wrap around veranda at the opposite side. Inside the owners live on the lower floor and work on the upper floor with the garage basement for storage, archives and a ceramics studio. New windows and open spaces were created for the graphic designer owners; displaying their mid-century modern furnishings collection.
A lot of effort went into attempting to lower the house visually by bringing the ground plane higher with the concrete retaining wall planters, steps, wrap around veranda and trellis, and the prominent roof with exaggerated overhangs. That the eaves were painted orange is a cool reflection of the owner’s Dutch heritage. Budget was a driver for the project and it was determined that the footprint of the home should have minimal extensions and that the new windows remain in the same relative locations as the old ones. Wall removal was utilized versus moving and building new walls where possible.
Photo Credit: John Sutton Photography.
Floating cabinet woos with white top...?... - jjjrcowan
Inspiration for a contemporary bathroom remodel in New York with an integrated sink
Again: I think it's wiser to keep the sink smaller and not use a vanity.... but.... - lucas_schelkens
Example of a mid-sized trendy wooden l-shaped metal railing staircase design in Other
Example of a trendy white tile bathroom design in Vancouver with an undermount sink, flat-panel cabinets, dark wood cabinets and white walls
Girls' bath. Not crazy about this. - chloe4856
construction - goldberg general contracting, inc.
interiors - sherry koppel design
photography - Steve hall / hedrich blessing
Trendy bathroom photo in Chicago with an integrated sink, flat-panel cabinets and dark wood cabinets
note height and number of drawers - dpust04