Inspiring Bathroom Decorating Ideas with Hidden Medicine Cabinets and Moroccan Tiles Accents

hidden medicine cabinets in a subtle green bathroom decorating ideas Inspiring Bathroom Decorating Ideas with Hidden Medicine Cabinets and Moroccan Tiles Accents

This bathroom of lake home has a lengthwise layout. This is one of stunning rooms which is nestled in a cozy dwelling which was built in Michigan. Here, there are some functional hidden medicine cabinets which are placed behind the mirrors. The trick to place the cabinets works especially to avoid their overscale size. Be sure the projects of the frame just enough off the walls so that everyone can open it by using a single hand, “Bill Ingram, the architect of this project. In addition, this private space was intentionally designed to bring the vintage feeling with an enclosed porch.

tiled accent wall in a powder room decor Inspiring Bathroom Decorating Ideas with Hidden Medicine Cabinets and Moroccan Tiles Accents

A stunning powder room is decorated with tiled accent wall in this gorgeous home which is located in Los Angeles. This space is featured by Moroccan tiles in white on the surface of the wall that counterbalance the black floor tile. The surface of the floor is also accented by idyllic pattern. Betsy Burnham as the designer of this project was intentionally added Moroccan motifs to evoke and energize the look of this neutral interior décor that is anything but tender. This private space also features Maghreb 4 tiles Ann Sacks on the surface of the wall. Twin sconces of Arturo by Paul Ferrante flank the wall mirror in a symmetrical way. The mirror is framed by wood which is painted in dark shade.

A powder table is set precisely beneath the mirror and the sconces. It is topped by the used of wooden element in dark shade. The top of the table is used to place some ornaments and a stunning vase with a bunch of green flowers. Under the table top, there are three drawers with stunning knobs to ease the users to pull and push the drawers. Additional open storage is installed beneath the drawers with idyllic and details accent of carved wood. I forget to mention that the wall mirror of Forbidden City is by Bunny Williams Home, while the sink of Mehraab is by Viya for Stephanie Odegard. The stainless steel fittings are by Versailles THG. In the hub of the floor, there is a brownish rug with captivating pattern that covers the surface of the floor tile.

 

 

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