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If space permits, two sink areas provide great convenience in shared bathrooms. Find ideas for bathroom vanities with double the space, double the storage, and double the style.
Modern lines get a dose of warmth and texture with a walls of reclaimed wood and stone. Drawers of storage keep the countertop free of clutter. The gray color palette is lightned up with crisp white light fixtures and accessories.
Although there's technically just one sink in this spacious vanity, there's definitely room for two. A wide trough-style sink offers a creative alternative to two separate sinks. Still, two faucets and two mirrors overhead make the vanity function as a double. While the sink adds a modern touch, vintage touches such as the weathered cabinet base and refurbished flea-market-find sconces maintain an elegant sophistication.
A neutral color palette and smooth lines in this double vanity reflect the relaxed state of mind that comes from gazing out over the lake beyond this bathroom. Warm maple cabinets establish an inviting, while still contemporary, base for this vanity, with a limestone countertop and sleek chrome faucets outfitting the grooming space with simplicity.
Storage is a priority in this double vanity. Before a major remodeling, the couple had to cram their toiletries into a single cabinet. Now, there's plenty of storage for his and hers behind charming beaded-board cabinets. In addition to spacious base cabinets and drawers, two tall glass-front cabinets add multiple shelves for accessories and decorative accents. A curvy shelf made of marble, which matches the countertop, extends above the sinks for more bonus shelving space.
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Rich, dark wood cabinets ground this double vanity in its crisp white surroundings. Elements of traditional design, such as the marble countertops and subway tile walls, blend seamlessly with contemporary accents, including the clean-lined cabinets and sleek chrome fixtures, for classic sophistication with a modern edge.
Sleek lines and crisp finishes fit right into place in an urban condo home. The stunning double vanity floats against the bathroom wall slab-panel cabinets supporting a poured-concrete countertop with an integrated trough sink that accommodates two faucets. A pair of generous mirrors reflect the spectacular city views while capturing a bounty of natural light.
With room to give, this master bathroom provides the homeowners with space to get ready for the day side-by-side, while keeping their own private vanity. A pair of matching furniture-style vanities compliments a classic, traditional style with shapely curved fronts and recessed-panel doors. Tastefully detailed faucets and light fixtures compliment the formal feel, while beaded-board walls add a casual, everyday touch.
This classic double-sink vanity constructed from a single piece of marble set atop chrome legs is just the beginning to the old-world sensibility infused in this charming vintage-style bathroom. Marble baseboards and a bump-out wall shelf unite the vanity to its surroundings, while white subway tile and polished-nickel hardware repeat the vintage flair. Six-inch-deep medicine cabinets tucked behind twin mirrors solve storage necessities.
Raw materials and simple style gives this double vanity just what it needs to function effectively. The geometric above-counter vessel sinks rest on a hearty, poured-in-place concrete vanity. Mirrors are framed with reclaimed wood and the floor is made up of river rock, providing a massaging quality for tired feet.
This vanity area is a study in symmetry that helps the small space keep a calm, elegant look. Matching console vanities and coordinating stools stand beneath square recessed medicine cabinets like perfect partners. Crisp white marble resting beneath the charcoal-gray upper walls contributes to the clean, sleek decor.
In a cozy bathroom where space is at a premium, the homeowners are accustomed to sharing. Still, this compact double-vanity made room for two sinks and two sets of drawers. Wall-mounted faucets allow the limited counter space to remain as open as possible. Warm finishes--cherry wood, oil-rubbed bronze fixtures, and sandstone tiles--compliment the cozy space with a calming palette.
This double vanity enjoys separate grooming spaces, while sharing storage needs. A bank of drawers and an open shelving unit placed in the middle of the vanity helps distinguish space for each homeowner, while placing shared storage within easy reach for both. Incorporating open storage helps the room feel more spacious.
Large countertop vessel sinks make a stunning statement on this double vanity. By spanning almost the entire vanity, these sinks reducing space for clutter to gather. Potential clutter is contained, instead, in plentiful cabinets and drawers. Bonus features in the vanity cabinets include towel cubbies by each sink and narrow wall cabinets on each side with pullout medicine storage.
More than just simply a functional double vanity, this custom piece is a unique work of art. Four types of wood are crafted into the sophisticated vanity: maple countertops rest on a golden pearwood apron, then English sycamore hides the plumbing beneath, while Brazilian rosewood lends distinction to a stacked-drawer unit that separate the sinks. While gilded framed mirrors pick up the warm wood tones, sleek chrome fixtures blend into the background to let the dramatic vanity make its statement.
Decking your bathroom with luxurious spa amenities makes getting ready each morning a treat, not a chore. A thick slab countertop of travertine stretches across this master bath and defines the double vanity. The walls and floors are tiled in the same stone to create a calm, unified space. Modern wall-mount nickel faucets add an artistic element, and mirror-framed mirrors give the space a hint of sophistication and contrast with the exposed-wood ceiling beams.
Add grace and charm to a bath with furniture-inspired vanities. Details such as recessed panels, glass knobs, and turned legs all contribute vintage appeal to the double vanity. Clean, bright whites used throughout the bathroom are traditional without being fussy.