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An important lesson from Vancouver design firm Falken Reynolds.
In this renovated condo in Vancouver’s Crosstown district, designers Chad Falkenberg and Kelly Reynolds of Falken Reynolds Interiors created a striking master bath that owes much of its glamour to that custom-built vanity. “I think whenever you have a piece of furniture,” explains designer Chad Falkenberg, “it somehow feels lighter because it feels like you can move it.” Hidden medicine cabinets behind the mirrors create enough storage space to leave the cabinet’s bottom open for spare towels.
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