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One of the toughest—and most important decisions of your bathroom remodel? Choosing the right bathroom vanity. Not only does your vanity provide storage for accessories, it also sets the tone for the design of your space. Figuring out what you want and what you need given the variety of styles, sizes, materials, shapes, and configurations on the market can feel overwhelming
Use this buying guide to make your vanity search less overwhelming and more simple.
The Right Fit
The bathroom layout will determine the size of the vanity that will fit into the space.
Stuffing a large vanity into a small bathroom is not ideal for space utilization, and a small vanity in a large bathroom may get lost in the design or not be a useful storage solution.
It is important to decide what the non-negotiables are in your bathroom. Do you value countertop space or storage? Is style more essential than functionality? While our bathroom vanities offer many of these characteristics, choosing the right vanity is critical since it will most likely become a long-lasting piece of furniture in your home.
Next, think about how you plan to use the vanity. If you are remodeling a primary bathroom, a double-sink vanity may be the best option to offer separate areas in a shared space. Double vanities are generally between 60 inches and 72 inches wide.
For a guest bath, you likely need a single-sink vanity, which ranges in width from 18 to 48 inches. In small bathrooms, a corner, wall-mount, or narrow-depth vanity is the key to effectively utilizing your space.
Before looking for a new bathroom vanity, know your measurements. If replacing a vanity, start by measuring your existing vanity as a comparison. A common mistake people make is measuring only the width of the cabinet (from left to right) but not the depth or height.
While there isn’t a standard for vanity height, you will typically find them around 32 to 36 inches tall. If vessel sinks are in your plan, look for a shorter vanity since most vessel sinks will add an additional five to six inches to the overall height.
Whether you are working with a contractor or doing the work yourself, it is good to know where the other existing features of the bathroom are located, such as the plumbing, windows, doors, electrical switches, and outlets. For example, a bathroom vanity connects the sink and faucet to the house water lines, which means any new vanity should have enough open area to fit around the pipes, plumbing, and electrical wiring without causing restrictions.
Rerouting the plumbing and electrical wires could be an expensive addition to your renovation’s budget, so it is important factor for both the look of the room and the cost of designing it.
With a variety of options to choose from, make sure your vanity complements your space and lifestyle. Determining what you need in terms of storage, accessibility, and shape will help you narrow down which type will best fit your bathroom.
This is the traditional, or the most common type of vanity available. Freestanding vanities rest on the floor, and are secured to the wall via mounting screws for stability. These vanities can easily hold one or two sinks, and feature storage space along with stylish colors to match any design.
Also known as “floating” vanities, this type mounts directly to the wall with no support from the floor. Wall-mounted vanities are great at providing a clean look and saving floor space. Mounting your vanity will elevate the design of a small bathroom and create extra space for items such as baskets and organizers. Additionally, many wall-mounted vanities fall in-line with ADA (American Disabilities Act) compliance.
The perfect compromise for fitting a vanity into a very small bathroom. These space savers provide the storage that you need, enabling you to be more flexible with other projects within the bathroom.
If you are wanting to create a more open concept in your bathroom, consider a console vanity. The modest design provides an airy, simple look for those who do not want a large cabinet filling their space. Our selection features stylish legs and open storage for bathroom necessities and range from 24 to 72 inches and can accommodate a single or double sink option.
As the centerpiece of your bathroom, your vanity represents the overall design you want your space to have. Select a style that fits your aesthetic for a tailored look.
Art Deco bathroom vanities emanate a modern style with a focus on natural wood grains and contrasting colors for a bold design. This vanity style refers to furniture design from the 1920s and 1930s with geometric patterns, a glossy finish, and inlays of other materials. This vanity style is versatile, glamorous, and pairs well with lighter or darker-colored powder rooms for a dramatic look.
Bohemian design is all about mixing textures and colors for a more eye-catching look. Choose a bohemian-style bathroom vanity as the focal point of the room and pair it with neutral bathroom elements for a cohesive space.
This style of vanity features a combination of delicate carvings, louvered panels, and bead board, which help to embrace classic farmhouse-style appeal. Cottage-style vanities are painted in soft, neutral tones which pair well with weathered or painted hardware.
Clean lines and simple construction give the craftsman design a custom-built appearance. Typically made of heavy, solid woods such as oak, these mission-style vanities usually feature a natural stain to expose its grain. Solid bronze, brass, or iron hardware is generally used to complete the artisan appearance.
Create a warm and welcoming space with a farmhouse-style bathroom vanity. With several color options and designs available, choose from a single or double-sink vanity for additional counter and storage space. Shop our popular Morris console vanity for a textured and rustic wood-look balanced with a modern vanity top and hardware.
If you are looking for a design moment in your bath, look no further than a glam-style bathroom vanity. From hunter green to blush, we offer vanity cabinets that fit any space. Express your creativity by mixing and matching a fun-colored glam vanity with a modest countertop or decor. With several drawer and door options, choose the bathroom vanity of your dreams.
For a more practical and modern look, browse our industrial-style bathroom vanities that pair well with minimalist and rustic aesthetics. The industrial look blends chic style with functionality by blending natural and manmade elements to ultimately create a sleek statement piece in the washroom.
The mid-century modern style has evolved from the mid-20th century to simple, yet functional furnishings made of wood. For a more traditional look, browse our options of mid-century bathroom vanities, available in a variety of washes and colors to brighten any bathroom in your home.
Modern vanities are perfect for contemporary remodels, as they feature clean, straight lines and a simple appearance. These vanities are made with a variety of different colors and materials, including metals such as stainless steel and aluminum.
This design of vanity creates an organic, all-natural look by using reclaimed—or reclaimed looking—wood. Rustic vanities achieve a lived-in look by using warm stains, metal accents, and intentional blemishes.
The principles of shaker design are similar to mission in that they value clean, simple lines with no ornate details or features. Where the two designs differ is that shaker tends to feature round hardware, gentle curves, and slim, tapered legs. These vanities are also usually made of a lighter-weight wood such as pine or maple.
This design encompasses features that you would find on classic furniture. Traditional vanities are painted or stained with a variety colors ranging from brown to white tones, and feature more ornate detail, such as turned or cabriole legs, scalloped edges, and hardware with intricate designs.
Let your guest or primary bath feel like a beachfront oasis with a coastal-style bathroom vanity. Give your washroom a fresh feel with a cottage white coastal cabinet against a bright colored wall, or a vintage navy blue vanity, paired with crisp white shiplap to complete the design.
As a forward-looking trend, the organic modern style knits together neutral palettes and clean lines, along with natural textures for a cozy yet refreshing space. If you’re yearning for a minimal design element that beautifully balances comfort and style, look no further than an organic modern bathroom vanity.
In addition to deciding whether you would like a single bowl or double-bowl vanity, you will also need to determine the type of sink that you would like. Most vanities will only work with certain sink types due to interference from doors and shelving, so knowing what type of sink you’re going with as well as what each vanity will allow is important.
Most vanities are meant to be paired with undermount sinks. The most common sink type, these are mounted underneath the counter and are typically made of porcelain or copper in either an oval or rectangular shape.
Trough sink tops, also known as integral sink tops, double as a counter top and sink all in one. These sinks create a clean, seamless look and are typically made of white porcelain, different types of stone, and even concrete.
Once you’ve determined the functional aspects of your vanity, it’s time to finish it with your signature style.
It may be hard to imagine a vanity on your computer screen being transposed to your bathroom. To help you see what your new vanity will look like in your home, you can order a finish sample to test out in your bathroom. Once you decide on the perfect tone, you can use our “shop by finish” feature to make your final decision.
Aside from the vanity cabinet itself, the accompanying vanity top is an important aspect of the design experience. With materials ranging from carrara marble to black granite, browse our wide selection of vanity top options that will complement any style.
With faucets that radiate style and functionality, our vanity tops come with predrilled holes to help minimize the process and make for easy installation. Choose a waterfall faucet or a polished brass modern faucet to complete the vision for your powder room.
Bathroom hardware can make all of the difference in your space. Add gold hardware to compliment a dark hued vanity, such as navy blue or matte black. You can also shop our chrome, brass and black hardware designs to compliment any color scheme in your washroom.
A bathroom mirror is an essential part of the vanity buying process as it is functional and stylish. Browse our selection of bathroom mirrors from framed to pivot to LED lighted, to help prepare for each day.
For extra storage in a small bathroom, a medicine cabinet is the perfect choice for tucking away smaller items, while still having them readily available for quick use. Our mirrored medicine cabinets come in an array of styles. Choose from an oval or square lighted mirror, or one with wood framing around it for an extra design element. Shop All Medicine Cabinets