Master Bath Cabinetry Ideas
How to Design Master Bath Storage
Looking for ways to maximize storage space in your master bathroom? Here are four ideas to consider when designing your North Carolina custom home.
Master Bath Storage Idea #1: Trade wall space for storage space with a floor-to-ceiling cabinet
In this first master bathroom design, a floor-to-ceiling storage cabinet was included between the his-and-hers vanity set.
This tall cabinet was designed to fit inside the vaulted ceiling.
With a full-size cabinet, you will never run out of space for spare towels, supplies, toiletries, and everything else you want to pack inside!
The square tiles listello accent pieces in the soaking tub and shower were chosen to complement the cabinetry color tones.
Here is another example of a floor-to-ceiling storage cabinet in the master bathroom.
In this custom home design, the tall cabinet provides more than enough storage space to accomodate for the loss of storage in the roll-under accessible vanity.
Master Bath Storage Idea #2: Show off your style with open shelving
You will still gain extra storage space, with the added bonus of a showcase area.
In this custom home master bath, the homeowners plan to place eye-catching white towels inside the espresso cabinetry shelving.
This master bath also includes a set of extra-wide drawers below the open shelving.
Master Bath Storage Idea #3: Give yourself some flexibility with an open "Knee Space" area
Some homeowners choose to leave a gap between the his-and-her vanity cabinetry sets - typically called a "knee space."
The knee space can be vanity height, or that segment of countertop can be lowered to a comfortable "chair height".
This space can be used in several ways.
1. It can be designed to fit a chair - so you can sit while, for example, putting on make-up.
2. It can be designed as a place to tuck in a laundry basket or towel basket.
Master Bath Storage Idea #4: His-and-hers separate vanities
Master bathrooms featuring separate his-and-hers vanities are always popular. And in many master bath designs, separating the vanities can actually maximize the use of floor space.
- Separate vanities break up the layout of a master bath, giving more demension and visual appeal
- You'll never have to bump elbows during the morning rush!
- Your space (cabinet storage, counter top, sink) will remain YOURS
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