HOW TO STYLE YOUR BATHROOM VANITY
If there is one room in our home that could use limitless storage, it’s the bathroom. Between makeup, moisturisers, hair care and various hygiene essentials, it can quickly become quite challenging to maintain a fashionable vanity without overloading.
Whether you’re someone who runs in and out or someone who savours the long and lavish experiences, our bathrooms should be efficient spaces that are designed with a purpose.
Incorporating your home’s style can be effortlessly achieved without breaking the bank or the solitude of your space. So here we share some of our favourite tips on how to create stylish design arrangements while optimising your vanity’s surface space.
One of the most popular ways to style bathroom vanities is adopting minimalism. With large mirrors and stand-out tapware, we see people choosing to complement the elegant items in the room softly.
The less-is-more approach empowers your bathroom through simplicity.
Think timber details, textured and oddly shaped vases, trinket dishes or unique ceramic bowls that harmonise your design style while implementing storage solutions.
TO HANG OR TO HOLD, THAT IS THE QUESTION
For enhancing toiletry items that aren’t naturally attractive, we suggest investing in sleek and stylish hooks or holders. They invite dimension to the walls while ensuring your bathroom linens are dry when you go to grab them.
CALI MULTI-PURPOSE HOLDER – The holy grail of creating bathroom space; the Cali Multi-Purpose Holder offers four versatile methods of storage, from holding your hand-towels to mounting your spare toilet paper rolls.
LIRA SOAP BOTTLE HOLDER – Nothing should get in the way of your hygiene habits. The Lira supports your products compactly and discreetly. It provides an effortless and maintainable washing experience while adding a touch of elegance to your walls.
CALI ROBE HOOK – Holding your items with a sturdy, rounded organic shape, the Cali Robe Hook is the perfect way to assemble your pieces without skimping on style or space.
TONES AND TEXTURES
If there is anything we have learned over the years, interior design styles know no bounds. When introducing colours and textures within your decor, think outside the box and challenge what is expected.
For polished rooms with sharp edges, consider oddly shaped ceramics and glassware. Complement your neutral colour scheme with pops of pastels in your towels or soap containers.
Trends will come and go, but what matters most is that you have curated a space that not only looks good but makes you feel good.
If you’ve tried out any of our styling tips, we would love to see them. Share your bathroom pictures with us on Instagram at @abiinteriors_uk