William Hefner Architecture Interiors & LandscapeTransitional Bathroom, Los Angeles

Example of a transitional bathroom design in Los Angeles with glass-front cabinets —  Houzz
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Terri Catelli wrote:Apr 17, 2011
  • Annie Thornton
    Being very integrated into the space and the walls, this looks custom to me.
  • amnaggar

    Looks like it's there to cover a structural column


Dennis and Christine Teicheira with NV design wrote:Apr 8, 2012
  • Emily H
    Drawers are nice in that you can be very utilitarian with how you use them, without worry about how it will look. Glass front cabinets have the dual purpose of storage and design element, which may limit how much you will want to put there.

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shawngauthier
Shawn Gauthier added this to Get the Hang of Rethinking MirrorsMar 16, 2012

Feel free to work this idea into your aesthetic in smaller doses, such as focusing only on drawers or the inside panels of a cabinet.

wendyhydelifestyle
The Shabby Nest added this to Practical and Pretty Ideas for Storing LinensApr 15, 2011

Retro-pretty, this mirrored cabinet is an aesthetically pleasing option to store bathroom necessities.

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kazinec
Dee Kazinec added this to BathroomsFeb 6, 2019

Linen built in Brian’s linen? No shiny drawers

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