Using Blended-Design Vanity Cabinets

Use a combination of traditional and modern design schemes in your bathroom for a one-of-a-kind look. One way to achieve a balanced atmosphere for a shared space is to pair masculine and feminine touches to your furnishings. Here are a few examples of how you can achieve a blended design:

A cherry stain finish is warm and inviting, especially with traditional framed cabinets. Use this color in your vanity cabinets for a masculine element. A white marble countertop to frame the his and hers sinks on the vanity cabinet adds a touch of feminine glamour to the room, creating a harmonious shared space. 

        His-and-hers bathroom vanity areas

        His-and-hers bathroom vanity areas

To soften up a a mocha-glazed vanity cabinet design, use soft, nature-inspired textures to tone down an otherwise masculine room. A colorful backsplash and marble countertop brighten up the dark tones of the wood vanity cabinets seen in this tropical bathroom design. The homeowner had a faux grass wall cloth installed above the vanity cabinets, then used oval mirrors above each sink to further soften the look. 

Add a bit of masculinity to your spa bathroom design with a thick, concrete countertop. The grey tones seen in the countertop complement the dark tile floor used throughout the space. The rest of the bathroom design is light and airy thanks to light wood, frameless cabinets, glass vessel sinks and beautiful water-colored glass tiles that line the large mirror situated above his and hers vanity cabinets.