When deciding on a vanity style and color for this master bathroom I wanted to keep with the style of painted cabinets, but I also wanted it to be different from the kitchen. My first instinct was to go with white. White is pretty, it’s traditional in a master bathroom, and I love the crisp clean look it. Then I was inspired by a black master bathroom vanity https://domino.com/modern-neutral-hollywood-home-tour.
I knew that I wanted to make a statement in this bathroom. Our windows are black in this house, the exterior brick is black, and this bathroom would be a good match. I went with https://www.cliqstudios.com/ again. We loved working with these cabinets for the kitchen, so it was an easy decision use them for the bathroom as well.
I was so scared, nervous, excited to unbox these cabinets! The black was exactly what I imaged it to be! It gave the bathroom a nice modern look, and it made the statement I was looking for. I dressed up the cabinets with chrome hardware and faucets, and topped it with quartz countertops. I couldn’t be happier with the outcome!
Using a ceramic marble tile in the shower I was able to compliment the quartz countertop, and the dark subway accent tile brings in the black. I found the perfect marble mosaic hexagon tile to finish it all off.
Buyers aren’t walking into their typical master bathroom at this house.