Every bathroom design expert features their own little secret for creating the perfect bathroom project that is filled with character and functionality. Sometimes finish designers incorporate into the room, such as tile, sink and shower fixtures; cabinetry, and lighting, including sconces and decorative chandeliers and even pendants. However, adequately addressing storage considerations can also go a long way to improving the visual appeal of the space.
For example, Barbara Elza Hirsch, head designer and founder of Elza B. Design, in Concord, explains that ” a great bathroom design is devoid of products on the countertop”, that is why the interior design expert likes to incorporate open shelving solution into her master bathroom projects.
Christine Donner, from Christine Donner Design in Norwalk, CT, agrees. “The desire to eliminate clutter continues to be strong,” she says. “We have reached a point in the design industry where people want elegant and beautiful bathrooms. They don’t want to see toothbrush holders and cups. Instead, everything is put away, which means more storage is needed.”
Janie Wilburn, from The Jane Group, in Atlanta, believes that the clutter-free bathroom design look is further driven by what people see on websites such as Houzz and Pinterest. “They want to have the ability to open a drawer and have everything at their fingertips. Rather than pulling out a bag of makeup, setting it on the countertop and taking out things one by one, they would prefer to simply open a drawer and have everything accessible.”
Bathroom design with well-planned storage also creates a sense of calm affirms Dione Dashney, senior interior designer, Johnson & Associates Interior Design, in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. “To evoke a feeling of peace in the bathroom project, good storage has become key. By eliminating clutter on the vanity, we can achieve that spa feeling so many clients are looking for.”
Tamra Blair loves to incorporate unique furniture designs, like tall cabinets, with a lot of storage space handcrafted by her cabinet maker. In most of her projects, the bathroom design expert likes to incorporate a few drawers in the bathroom cabinets, so she shortens the door height, leaving enough space got another drawer in the base of the cabinet, as you can see through this exquisite bathroom project.
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