- Modern Flair Makeup Vanity
- Combine different pieces of furniture for a custom makeup vanity
without the expense of a built-in. A transparent acrylic table keeps
this vanity nook light and airy while lending modern flair.
Sophistication is kicked up a notch with an ornate resin mirror, while colorful accents -- such as the lampshade and drawers -- give the space a playful, mix-and-match vibe.
Inspiring Makeup Area
- Choose furniture
that can be touched up to blend easily with modern accessories. Here,
delicate white-painted furniture surrounded by a collection of treasured
photos creates a soothing place to start and end each day.
Vintage-Style Makeup Vanity
- Bring an old-fashioned space up-to-date with a few simple touches. A fresh coat of paint and a new glass top revive this home's original vanity. A contemporary linen toile graces the chair and Roman shades, adding a dash of modern flair to the space.
Shabby to Chic Vanity
- Think twice before dismissing a throwback piece such as this vintage vanity. Bits of fabric
and scrapbook paper transform this traditional dressing table into a
chic collectable that provides plenty of space to display jewelry, nail polish, and perfumes.
- A makeup area need not take up a lot of room. This one tucks between a clear-glass shower enclosure and translucent sliding glass doors to the toilet compartment. The sleep ebony-stained table and sand-color limestone slab top complement the bath's minimalist style.
- Blend your makeup area with the rest of your bath by incorporating it into your vanity. To preserve this bath's open layout, one side of the counter was made into a dressing table.
- This makeup area takes a more traditional track. Its shapely curves, mirrored-glass table, and luxurious marble countertop
evoke the glamour of old Hollywood. The petite sink built into the
counter is a welcome convenience when applying or removing makeup.
Kitchen Cabinetry-Style Dressing Area
- Unexpected and storage-savvy, these reconfigured kitchen cabinets create the perfect station for clothing and accessories. Simple glass-front doors keep the piece looking light and airy. For practicality, divided drawer trays and canvas bins were enlisted to sort personal items out of sight.
- A built-in makeup area carves out a pocket of grooming space without getting in the way. Beaded-board paneling and deep baseboards on the cabinetry add architectural character.
- Create an eye-catching makeup area with thoughtful materials. A multilevel vanity
made of maple and Torreon travertine graces the master bath. Tiled
divides eliminate the need for seams in the mirror, giving it a
soothing, sophisticated flow.
Creative Space Makeup Area
- Consider placing a makeup table in an unused nook. This makeup station bridging the master bath and bedroom makes getting ready a breeze. Separate from the two busy rooms, this vanity boosts functionality as a glamorous transitional element.
Design for Tall Ceilings
- Here, a small corner by an open shower becomes a perfect location for a makeup area. To optimize soaring ceilings, consider using teak beams as shown here to draw the eye upward.
Window-Lit Makeup Vanity
- Thoughtfully placed in front of the windows, this makeup table takes advantage of the room's brilliant natural light. Rich mahogany cabinets ground the bright elements, striking a balance between the retreat?s crisp design and warm, natural materials.
Roomy Dressing Area
- Dressing and makeup areas are often designed as extensions of the master bath. Snuggled into a corner of the bedroom, this traditional desk-turned-vanity includes plenty of space to get ready and store items.