Since many among us strictly stay away from black, the idea of adding a black vanity to the bathroom might feel a touch shocking to begin with. But black is the perfect color for a bathroom that is already filled with plenty of white, gray and other neutral hues. A beautiful black vanity anchors the breezy bathroom and gives it a focal point you simply cannot take your eyes off! Striking, versatile and often sensational, here are 20 bathrooms that showcase the beauty of the black vanity
Does the idea of smartly folded towels placed next to the vanity or on floating shelves seem a touch too mundane? Then it is time to bring out the simple, yet incredibly effective towel hooks. Apart from the choice of the hooks themselves, you can even alter their placement and scatter them around the bathroom to create an interesting visual. Custom towel hooks or even homemade hooks can enhance the specific theme of the bathroom (say nautical, rustic or industrial). You can combine them with beautiful wall decals for an even more playful and colorful bathroom!
This rustic bathroom setting combines the stone sink with an antique mirror and wooden surface, proving that incorporating other natural materials together with the vessel sink is a fantastic idea! A rustic bathroom will absolutely be the perfect home for a stone vessel sink.
Vibrant turquoise hues give this modern bathroom a stylish and upscale look that, when paired with white tiles, opens up the space and makes it feel much wider than it actually is! If you are not afraid of committing to one dominating color, a bathroom with a distinct turquoise backdrop is for you! This bathroom is submerged into a mesmerizing shade of turquoise and only paired with a select few white elements.
Bring on the wall hooks! Not only will they keep towels off the floor, they can add a playful element to your space, especially when it comes to these wall hooks from ferm LIVING (shown below). Can you spot the Rabbit Hook on the far left? Also pictured: the dog, panda, and sea lion!
Whether you prefer an open vanity or one with closed cabinets is an important choice that is defined as much by your lifestyle as it is by your storage needs. If all you want to use the bathroom vanity for is to store few neatly folded, fresh towels, a vase and some additional accessories, then an open vanity will do just fine. But this also means you need to keep it clean and clutter-free on a regular basis. If you are someone like us and wants to tuck away ‘an entire world ' inside the bathroom vanity, then one with closed cabinets is undoubtedly the way forward.