Bathroom Cabinetry, Design & Remodeling
As you sink back into your deliciously scented, bubble-filled tub and look around at the elegant spa you created with Schrapper’s design staff, your sigh of delight says it all.
Luxurious cabinetry outfitted with the finest fixtures is just one of the signature design accomplishments that keep customers coming back for their next project.
Exquisite Design Elements
A diverse range of cabinets is the stepping-stone to creating the ultimate in bathroom design. Once everyone is on board with the style, the wheel is set in motion as colors, fixtures, lighting, and mirrors are chosen to complement the well-constructed cabinetry.
Bathroom Design Trends – countertops and cabinetry
Cabinetry and countertops play a significant role in bathroom design. These are prominent elements that stand out, giving them the power to define the look and feel of your bathroom space. Discover the latest styles and trends in bathroom design to get ideas for your bathroom remodeling project.
Hidden bathroom cabinetry
Hidden cabinetry provides some much-needed, out-of-the-way storage. Compacted storage areas, shelves, and cabinetry are being presented in a simplified manner that promotes minimalist habits. An opaque door will mean that all your stored items are not on display. Hidden cabinetry, modern wall shelving, and vanity under-space storage will appear less cluttered, allowing the entire bathroom to feel more open and organized. Given the seamless blend of hidden cabinetry, it can work in any bathroom but fits particularly well in sleek, modern spaces, whether it be an unassuming panel swinging out of a white wall or a focal mirrored medicine cabinet that slides open to reveal your toiletries. There is just something about the secrecy of a hidden compartment that gives the room a little James Bond flair.
High-contrast solid surfaces and mixed materials
Opting for a high-contrast surface for countertops can create visual interest and liven up your bathroom space. This countertop trend is becoming increasingly more popular in bathroom design. Combining many different materials is huge in current bathroom trends. Mixing stone countertops with glass shelving, wooden cabinetry, and metal hardware can create a modern and unique space.
Freestanding vanity cabinetry
Add a twist to your bathroom vanity by extending storage space from wall to wall or floor to ceiling. When the cabinetry reaches past the countertop to the ceiling, the vanity takes on the essence of a freestanding hutch and offers ample storage space for multiple users. Freestanding vanities are trending in powder rooms and half baths, where they can make a big statement. You can tweak the vanity to fit any decor style. For instance, small, black vanity on long, slim legs would fit in with a mid-century modern interior, whereas a large, wooden bathroom vanity that sits a little lower to the ground could work well in a more rustic, traditional vibe of farmhouse decor.
Marble can introduce a sense of richness well-suited to an elegant bathroom remodel. Create a tranquil scene by choosing a marble countertop in a lighter or darker shade than the adjacent cabinetry. While a cool marble countertop can partner well with vanity and backsplash for a cohesive look, the extra-thick edge allows it to stand out as a distinctive feature. As timeless and classy as a tuxedo, black marble countertops shine when paired with white vanity cabinetry. Opt for polished marble if you want a high-end look; honed or tumbled finishes work nicely in casual country and cottage bathroom designs.
Floating bathroom vanities
For a chic, minimalist look, opt for a floating vanity. Floating vanities are on-trend in bathroom design as they provide essential storage, are aesthetically pleasing, and contribute to the popular spa-style bath design. This look will help reduce the visual weight of the cabinetry and offer the visual break needed to let the coordinating materials be the star in the room. You can add built-in organizational compartments to the cabinetry or add baskets underneath that offer some artful utility. Depending on the color and material of your bathroom vanity, this fixture can complement any style of decor. The lack of legs frees up a small amount of bathroom floor space to open up the room and decrease visual clutter. This illusion makes floating vanities an excellent option for a small bathroom that feels cramped.
What to Expect – or Not!
You may expect to receive an oasis of a bathroom or spa, but what you may not know (and should!) is that Schrapper’s pays attention to the details so you won’t have to – things like:
- Supplying the right materials when installing in high moisture areas. All wood is properly treated for its environment as is the infrastructure for walls behind sinks, tubs, and showers.
- Carefully reviewing your storage needs and making sure that your cabinets hold near and dear the items you use and need at your fingertips every day.
- Reviewing your mirrors and lighting for optimum usage – what good is a mirror if the lighting is insufficient and you can’t see yourself!
The list goes on of how Schrapper’s continually and consistently gives more than you expect. But that’s just Schrapper’s way.