Bathroom. Monday , December 04th , 2017 - 12:14:52 PM
We loved this private vanity from DVX with its marble top, embellished cupboards and fanciful gold mirror. This double vanity is designed to be accessible for people with disabilities. The cabinet can be removed from either side to allow of wheelchair access and the mirrors are angled downward for the proper viewing angle. The adaptable design is from Vanico.
While the use of dark grey might be considered a black cop-out to some, to others it might be as daring as they can muster up the courage to be. Design steps like this elicit applause. Warm woods work equally well against charcoal grey and ebony.
Amidst a colorful wall, a black accent space is painted onto the sink and mirror wall in the bathroom to create a cohesive, singular feature. Three separate mirrors, instead of one large single mirror, allow more black to be visible, increasing the sophistication of this simple bathroom space. Floor-to-ceiling black walls aren‘t something that you see in a typical bathroom, but the contemporary vibe is tangible. Rich yellow silhouettes pop against the black wall and dark fixtures, breaking up the large visual chunk of black and bringing in some nice color to the cozy bathroom setting. Plus, few things are better than exposed light bulbs against a black wall.
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