Simple satisfying bathroom vanity ideas for minimalist style.2

Adding vanity to your bathroom design is refreshing. In a tiny bathroom or a spacious one, there is a bounce of easy ways to implement minimalist bathroom touches without sacrificing function or personality. Here are simple satisfying bathroom vanity ideas for minimalist style.


Blending Mirror And Wall

Look at this high-class way. The faucet, the sink, and the mirror all sit flush in the wall. This bathroom creates everything look that much sleeker. Besides, the large thin mirror spans the entire vanity does not intrude on the peaceful design at all 

Open For The Light Shine In

If you have large windows in your bathroom, that is definitely an advantage. By having large windows, you can have natural light shine right in. Moreover, natural illumination will rely less on artificial light. This condition means fewer light fixtures to distract from your bathroom’s focal point. Last, this space is a brightly-lit bathroom as would a few indoor plants 

Match The Entire Materials

This bathroom has the walls and vanity all feature the same luxe marble. So, it feels ultra clean and extremely minimal.

Have Similar Shades Of The Same Neutral Color

Keep your sink and counter area as clean and minimal as possible, you can try sticking to a refined color palette. See this minimalist bathroom with its white backsplash, light gray cabinets, and patterned gray tiles that feel extremely cohesive but still very understated.

Everything In Containers

This pretty storage solution will provide you decoration but still be functional. Here, the countertop is clear except for a few glass containers that hold essentials like cotton balls and swabs. If you can paint your vanity in a dark color, there will be an extra compact bathroom look. It has rich navies and black tones for adding drama.

Add Seating

The highlight of this bathroom space is the chair in front of the mirror. Look, adding a chair or a vanity stool does not have to clutter the space. You can choose a simple style that coordinates with other colors of your bathroom. The covered stool here lets double vanity’s clean lines and stand out.

Textural Touch

When you go to this bathroom, you would feel spa-worthy because the space is just that captivating. It proved that a mostly beige area can be very interesting. Besides, after you add in texture, you do not need a loud pattern or color. Moreover, you can coat your own sink and cabinet space in an industrial feeling concrete while the copious amounts of texture create the minimalist vanity come alive.

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