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Don’t get us wrong — we love the hype surrounding IKEA x Semihandmade kitchens. From fan-favorite kitchen renos a la Sarah Sherman Samuel to countless Brownstone Boys projects, we are endlessly amazed by the creativity, ingenuity, and high-end style of the Semihandmade community.

But we’re here to make a case for the humble IKEA x Semihandmade bathroom featuring the time-honored Godmorgon system. Our fronts are customized to fit five different Godmorgon vanities, so the options are essentially limitless. 

Ahead, get your creative juices flowing with these inspiring bathroom projects featuring Godmorgon and Semihandmade.

The Compact Floating Vanity

Design by Ainslie Design Studio; Photography by Savannah R. Flores

Using the Godmorgon floating sink and Semihandmade Tahoe doors, designers Savannah and Kaitlyn Stone of Ainslie Design Studio designed this compact beauty for a dreamy full bathroom reno. “We really only had 40 inches of space to work with, and most vanities come in standard 48-inch or 36-inch widths,” Stone says. “We were able to maximize space and storage with the IKEA floating vanity, while the Semihandmade fronts and custom paneling give us the high-end look we were after.”  

The LED Double Vanity

Design and Photography by Jessica Fowler

DIY pro Jessica Fowler basically gutted and redesigned her entire 2000s-era master bathroom herself. “I wanted a complete remodel that felt luxurious and spa-like,” she shares. “I designed and picked out everything, starting with the LED pill-shaped mirrors and floating double vanities.” She went high-end on the tile and bathtub, so she cut costs with matching IKEA Godmorgon vanities in white topped with custom white quartz countertops, new matte black hardware, and our Classic Walnut 2-Drawer fronts. “I wanted a perfect mix of budget-friendly and customizable,” she adds. “IKEA x Semihandmade gave me the ability to have the customized look I was going for while sticking to my budget.” 

The Warm Mid-Century Vanity

Design and Photography by Erin Williamson

Emboldened by clients that welcomed a pattern or two, designer Erin Williamson went with a cool mid-century modern look in this hard-working guest bath. “This space serves double duty for kids and visitors, so it needed to be durable and functional in addition to stylish,” Williamson explains. “We used the walnut vertical grain fronts on a white, high-gloss Godmordon vanity, and upgraded the faucet and hardware.” The vanity lighting and bold black-and-white tile offers an unexpected touch to the otherwise classic subway tiled MCM space.

The Hardworking Scandi-Boho Vanity

Design by Kristen Forgione and team; Photography by Rennai Hoefer

Designer Rachel McCloskey had ultimate creative control when remodeling this powder room. “The owners wanted to upgrade and customize their builder basic home and really trusted me to run with our design vision,” she explains. For this hard-working guest bath, that meant custom white oak wall paneling and a petite IKEA two-drawer Godmorgon vanity garnished with our Supermatte Slab fronts in the color Desert Grey. “Thanks to the fronts, a matte black faucet, and unique brass knobs, it looks more like a custom furniture piece than IKEA,” she adds. Finished with a single brass vanity light and warm textiles, the finished space is anything but builder-grade. 

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