Vanity Design – The Face of Bathroom Designing
When it comes to designing bathrooms, there are three things that need to be compartmentalized; the shower area needs to be separated so as not to let the spray stray, and the toilet needs to be hidden away so as not to disturb the general ambiance of the wash room. That leaves us with the vanity, which acts as the figurative face of the bathroom by being the very main focus not only functionally but also aesthetically. A bathroom tends to be the very an either very private or very public affair from time to time, and we need to be very careful while designing for both. A semi public and private bath focuses on both the toiletries and slacks on the vanity, while a private bath takes the vanity and turns it into a masterpiece. So today, we’ll be looking at a few vanity designs that can uplift the face of your bathroom interiors.
Of Pinks and Retro
This bathroom shows a neatly compartmentalized portion of all three aspects of a good bathroom design – the shower, the toilet and the vanity. Each have their own specific nook and this particular vanity design is far from ordinary. It takes the overall bathroom theme of semi retro and pink and expertly combines it with pragmatic functionality. There are towel and accessory compartments hidden below, and the sink is wide enough to not splash the countertop while being used.
Of ordinary and minimalistic
When you cannot afford to have an elaborate vanity or a thematically integrated bathroom design, you can definitely go for simple. This vanity design shows that even the most elementary of designs can be aesthetically alluring. The simple pedestal with hidden compartments is slim yet functional, while the sink is wide yet still enough.
Of backlit beauty and textures
This is a particularly alluring design when it comes to vanity designs. Not only is it wide and aesthetically alluring, but it has that certain commercial vibe that alludes to five star hotel bathrooms. The rope lit backdrop along with the color scheme are all wonderfully attractive.
Of vintage classic
This vanity design is a tribute to hybrid styling – the use of traditional elements is balanced out by the use of contemporary styling and lighting techniques, but it is the color scheme that is the absolute highlight – the deep cerulean of clear skies.
Of open floors and modernism
This particular design is an ode to modernism – with an open floor plan, crystal transparency and of course, the simple yet stylish fixture designs. The vanity is a standard affair, but there is such a stylistic expression to the design that it tends to seem anything but.