TRUE LOVE-BATHROOM VANITIES YOU’LL WANT TO COMMIT TO
Are You Really In Love With That Vanity?
Since today is all about love, we’d like to ask the question—are you truly in love with your bathroom vanity? Usually kitchens get all the attention while the bathroom is overlooked, put off or sadly ignored. We would like to offer four new options to show your bath a little love and get ready for a long-term commitment to happiness and relaxation with your new ensuite slice of heaven. Our lead designer, Jennifer Lemarr, CKBD, CLIPP, created four new designs for you to fall for. Rather than rush in for a round of speed dating, we’re going to tempt you over the next few weeks and explore the possibilities offered with each design to find out which one becomes your true love.
BACHELOR #1 TRANSITIONAL—KEEP WHAT YOU LOVE, FLIRT WITH THE NEW
Transitional design is all the rage these days because it lets us keep some of the traditional style elements we still like and add in the more modern touches we crave. As we all know, relationships must evolve over time, so this seems a natural next step in the commitment process. In this lovely bath, the palette is the cool gray that’s grabbing everyone’s attention these days. The subway tiles and marble are the classic traditional touches we’ve become so attached to, but here they’re updated with modern flair. The extra-large white floor tiles, the black cased windows and the industrial lighting bring a little edginess to this budding relationship. The centerpiece of this master bath is the furniture vanity with door style 750 Painted Harbor. The light gray painted finish allows us the chance to take a step away from the white-on-white-on-white palette we’ve seen for the last few years.
According to a recent Houzz survey, shaker-style cabinets top the list of most loved door styles. Our 750 door style is the classic shaker with a light beaded detail added to give it a classic look that makes it compatible with multiple styles. Our Parker Decorative leg supports the vanity and brings stability to the relationship. There’s also plenty of room for cohabitation with the pull-out drawers and ample center cabinet. The wide trough sink gives a couple of love birds room to bathe in harmony.
Stay tuned for the next big reveal of Bachelor #2—Rugged Industrial!
WANT MORE INSPIRATION?
Visit our website at waypointlivingspaces.com for more inspiration and to find your local Waypoint Living Spaces® Dealer/Designer. And when you go to meet with them for the first time, ask for a copy of our Waypoint living Spaces® style magazine.
As lead Kitchen and Bath Designer for Waypoint Living Spaces®, my goal is to become a partner and support you in the creation of beautiful living spaces. As a busy mother of two, I have a true understanding and appreciation for a well-designed, functional space. That's why I'm here - to deliver expert support and content that makes your job easier. Together, let's achieve exactly what you have in mind! Jennifer LeMarr, CKBD
Certified Kitchen and Bath Designer