A Slab of Wood All you need here is the right slab of wood, and the more untreated and rugged it is, the better. Of course, some bathrooms demand a more polished approach to even the live-edge vanity top, but we will get to that later. A beautiful and natural slab of wood acting as a vanity top in the bathroom often ends up becoming the unrivaled focal point of the space it graces, and it can also define and determine the style of the room itself. Despite the vanity top acting as an entire vanity on its own, there is plenty of counter space here, and you can extend the length of the vanity top to create even more!
The past few seasons have seen plenty of attention being showered on gray and its many shades. When it comes to neutrals, nothing currently beats the charisma and popularity of gray. This obviously means more and more of us are starting to use the color in places where white was otherwise the gold standard. Contemporary bathrooms present one such setting, and instead of the simple white backdrop, homeowners are now starting to experiment with gray at its diverse best. While this is a great idea on many levels, a bathroom devoid of all color can quickly seem drab and boring. Today, we intend to drive out this boredom with some colorful zest!
While the most traditional vessel sinks take the shape of a bowl and are very much lifted from the surface, you can opt for something smaller and subtler to keep both minimalism and modern interior within reach! Through the Glass of a Vessel Sink The fragile look of a glass vessel sink is a very special element for any bathroom. Whether you decide to leave the glass completely untouched and enjoy in its transparency, or you choose a painted glass that will reflect marvelous colors as the light hits it, your bathroom will be able to pride itself with a sophisticated and alluring element like no other!