Having easy access to everyday bathroom items was the idea behind this open-shelf vanity. The homeowner, along with interior designer Carolyn Jordan of Interiors by Decorating Den, came up with the design for this master bath suite and turned to remodeler Erik Anderson of Anderson-Moore Builders in Winston-Salem, N.C., to build it.
The company worked with The Cabinet Studio to develop the plan. “They have a range of products. I use them because I don't want to limit our customers; I want them to do what they dream of,” Anderson says. The company can also handle custom requests, as with this vanity where some boxes had to be shallow to allow space for the plumbing lines.
The homeowner chose to have the faucets for the vessel sinks mounted on the wall. Both the faucets and the light sconces are mounted on a mirror, an installation that required precise measurements. Anderson says the mirror fabricator visited the job to measure and mark the holes so he could pre-cut the mirror for the installation.
To create this luxurious bath suite, the homeowner opted to use space from an adjacent linen closet, which provided plenty of room for a standing shower and a freestanding tub. Anderson also added an oval window above the tub to admit natural light.