Custom bathroom cabinetry is usually part of our projects. Most are designed in a furniture-style flush-inset cabinetry, but others have a much more contemporary look. Here are a few examples.
Look for the links to slideshows of some of the homes.
The first photos are of a 'his and her's' pair of vanities in a contemporary flush-inset style; he has the window bench and she has the make-up counter.
Powder room vanity in the same home as the above 'his and her's' en-suite.
This wonderful grey vanity is in the master en-suite of a West Vancouver home.
These are also 'his & her' vanities, only these are floating and each is eight feet long!
This double-sink Douglas Fir vanity is in a log home retreat.
Accessible shower in a British Columbia west coast island home.
The blue tabs are temporary pulls made from painter's tape.
This is 'His' vanity - about five feet long....
...and this is what we could get in the picture of 'Her' vanity - about ten feet long!
Both have 1/2" thick glass counters - the edges appear green.
The owners of this heritage Vancouver Shaughnessy home wanted period appropriate cabinets. This is in the children's bathroom.