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Common bathrooms separate the water area from the dry area. Bathroom vanities naturally prefer the latter area, where the stuff can safely decorate the space without much fuss. What kind of bathroom vanities do you want to build? Here are some inspiring bathroom vanity looks you can try at home.
The first idea reveals the freshening interior of greenery bathroom vanities. They are not difficult to build, for you will need the aesthetic element from greenery the most. You could arrange a see-through glass planter for a small plant to fill in the space of your vanity top.
Larger planters will have to stand on the floor, probably between the twin sets of vanity cabinet. Or if you require lighter planter, there is always glass vase. A large glass vase carrying small water plant gives a perfect addition to earthy bathroom vanities. Large greenery works well too in modern vintage bathroom vanities.
Do not hesitate in bringing in other natural sources even in your modern vanities, if you are not a fan of greenery but still look for something only Mother Earth can provide. Simple light gray stone accented alcove vanity exquisites a cream modern room with focused lighting.
Asian bathroom vanities will not refuse magnolia or Sakura flower display in Asian vase. And a faint display of a few twigs in the corner of contemporary vanities can never hurt.
Lastly, complement the internal space in a strongly cohesive decorative manner. Overwhelm vintage bathrooms in elegant golden shades, starting from the fixture and the paint color. They will strengthen the mood brought by your antique furniture.
Chic modern vanities are another case. Burnt brown floral tiled backsplash brings the feminine personality in the room, in addition to sheer curtains hovering behind the massive door. It can also become the perfect background for a floating modern vanity set.