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Baths - Mountain Home
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Mountain Home

Project Overview

Baths - Mountain Home

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Baths
About This Project

Powder Room

With European full overlay frameless construction, this wall-hung vanity cabinet features a cherry wood veneer with an espresso stain and Venetian Bronze decorative pull.  The wall-hung installation creates a greater feeling of space in what is otherwise a long, narrow room.

 

Woman’s Bath Vanity

In a more traditional style, the female homeowner desired some softer features to her bath vanity door style and hardware.  This construction is flush inset, with an outside profile on the drawers and doors and a center raised panel in the doors.  The cherry wood is finished in a light stain and a low sheen level and the pulls are in Brushed Satin Nickel.

 

Man’s Bath Vanity

With a decidedly more masculine aesthetic, the male homeowner preferred a dark wood stain and pulls in his bathroom.  Rich cherry wood with an ebony stain don these streamlined cabinets.  Frameless construction with full overlay doors lend a more modern element to the space and angled pulls in dark Antique Copper add texture and visual interest..

 

Bath Storage Cabinets

Located in the lower level of the home, these cabinets provide extra storage for cleaning supplies and linens for sleepovers in the adjacent game room.  The maple wood specie in an Old World finish and low sheen bring warmth to the lower level space.  In a bathroom that is more likely to be visited by those in recreation mode, adding whimsical Silicon Bronze “twig” pulls to mimic the woods surrounded by the home was a fun opportunity that could not be passed up.

 

Bath Vanity Surprise

That’s not a pair of typical doors on that vanity!  While the homeowners preferred to keep a traditional appearance on the exterior of this bath vanity, they desired a more functional means by which to access supplies and products in the vanity.  The solution: a drawer box attached to two doors pinned together.  Since the plumbing was planned to come through the wall, it worked out perfectly.

 

Photography: Shaun Campbell