The original plan for the upstairs remodel was to include a walk in closet directly off the bedroom. But when we realized that the structural things we would need to change were going to make the whole project cost prohibitive, that idea was scrapped.
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Why confine cabinetry to the kitchen? As open floor plans continue to gain popularity and kitchen spaces merge seamlessly with living spaces, it's only natural to extend cabinetry into other areas of the home to create architectural and design consistency.
Since we are on the topic of mirror (referencing Wendy Anderson's last blog post), let's explore the use of mirror within cabinetry as a creative alternative to regular clear glass.
Mirrors have been used as a decorative accent in home interiors for a long time. They add a reflective quality and can make a room feel lighter and brighter and even more expansive.
One of the key design changes in the bathroom remodel was the addition of useable storage other than the vanity. Prior to the demolition there was a 12” base cabinet and a couple of awkwardly placed towel bars directly behind the shower wall. It was useless and unattractive as far as I was concerned.