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Check out these ideas for beautiful bathroom vanities. Get ideas for traditional bathrooms, plus more modern rooms. See how to use one vanity or a double vanity in your bathroom.
Classic colors give this bathroom a crisp modern feeling. Black marble tops the painted vanity for a sophisticated look, while square knobs add a modern touch. The vanity has ample counter space as well as cabinets, drawers, and open storage space underneath.
A toile skirt adds soft style to a simple double vanity and conceals items stored underneath the countertop. The skirt is practical yet stays in line with the bathroom’s traditional, feminine style.
See how to get loads of style into a small bathroom vanity with these ideas.
A curvaceous European-inspired vanity has major impact in this master bathroom. The intricately carved detailing sets this vanity apart from the rest. The countertop mimics the curve of the vanity drawers as does the round vessel sink that completes the look.
The graceful curved legs on the furniture-style vanity commands attention in the feminine bathroom. The variation of pure white and off-white paint adds an ever-so-slight contrast to the piece and adds to its light and airy feel.
This double vanity with the dark wood base and light marble countertop has a rich, luxurious feel. The custom piece is over 9 feet long and supplies more-than-adequate elbow room and storage for the owners of this master bath. Glass knobs add a hint of sparkle and take the room's overall glamour to the next level.
This simple, white double vanity has storage space for two and helps out with the laundry. A niche in between the two sinks is reserved for a laundry basket, perfect for collecting dirty towels and washcloths. This way, the laundry basket stays accessible without taking up precious floor space.
A hard plastic covering on this fanity looks like heavily grained wood, but is perfect for a steamy room like the bathroom. Plus, it's a fraction of the price of solid wood. When paired with a contemporary faucet and simple black pulls, the vanity looks sleek and modern.
Shaker-style cabinetry and a solid marble countertop give this double vanity a sleek and streamlined look. A warm white paint on the cabinets ensures coordination with the beige wallcovering, while clear knobs add a bit of sparkle to the piece. Twin sinks are separated by open storage that can conveniently house towels and washcloths.
A barely-there-gray on the vanity keeps in line with the bathroom’s distinctly modern feel. A slate gray solid-surfacing countertop continues the room's tonal look, while stainless-steel handles on the drawers add industrial style. Open storage at the bottom is perfect for baskets or storing towels.
This industrial-style vanity manages to feel open while still offering lots of storage space. Steel rods and cedar planks combine with Carrara marble to make this double vanity a one-of-a-kind custom piece. Baskets work to store toiletry items while vintage keepsakes are left on display.
To fit into a compact powder room, this vanity had to take up a small amount of square footage while creating storage. The vanity has two drawers as well as open storage at the bottom. An off-center sink was a smart idea that created more usable counter space.