There are a host of options at your disposal. Double-sink vanities, custom storage hutches and wall-mounted cabinets— all merging form and function. All you need to do is determine your style statement—contemporary, traditional, vintage, Asian inspired or Old World. At decorplanet.com, luxury for less is constant. That’s why the stock cabinets offered on our site are not only well-priced but composed of only the highest quality material, construction, finish and accessories your money can buy.
As for your design style, let’s say it’s Asian inspired. You wouldn’t be alone with interest in that motif. The American bath culture has indeed changed. Stressed homeowners seek refuge and solace and that’s why so many of us are creating environments in our homes conducive to the Eastern concept of “centering.” You don’t have to be a certified Feng Shui master to recognize this increasing trend. Which translates to simple, clean lines and minimalist features that are a signature of the Asian-influenced design leaning. So hot in home furnishings, it’s not at all surprising that this thematic has made its way into the kitchen and bath. It’s a measure of good design.
It’s all about global style. From deep soaking tubs, exotic shower waterfalls
and sinks (vessels in particular, see decorplanet.com’s goldfish glass vessel sink, for instance) that sleekly exemplify the art of Zen.
As homeowners integrate Japanese koi ponds into estate home entryways and lanai water features (as in a tranquil Asian-style lushly landscaped courtyards), the Asian-motif’s grace and beauty continues to be used for accessories, flooring and
furniture. In hardgoods, there are plenty of Asian-inspired looks, including:
faucets with a bamboo-like sculpted finishes (see decorplanet.com’s Danze South Sea Single Handle Lavatory Faucet and
Danze South Sea Roman Tub Faucet with Soft Touch Personal Shower), along with drawer pulls reminiscent of bamboo, wood cabinetry inspired by Asian aesthetics and a sink series with its square wooden basins modeled after a traditional Japanese
Clean lines and simple forms specifically characterize vanity cabinets defined by Pacific/eastern cultures. Asian design can be more asymmetrical. It is subtle, yet dramatic, and creates a peaceful ambiance. What’s noteworthy about Asian fusion basics is that some of the products aren’t even necessarily defined as such. But what makes them work so well is that they offer a “less is more” point of view with linear, sleek and contemporary sensibilities that combine unique and differentiating elements. Peruse decorplanet.com to see this aesthetic at play.