Vanities are often the focal point of any bathroom space, and these white vanities are no exception. See how to command attention and create an elegant feel with a white bathroom vanity.
Increase the appeal of a cottage-inspired bathroom with a clean white vanity. The neutral color is perfect if you like to change your accessories and decor often because it complements just about any other color with ease. This vanity boasts a load of storage solutions, including drawers, shelves, and darling wicker baskets in place of lower cabinets.
Wrapping a white bathroom vanity in cabinetry maximizes storage in a home with limited closet space. A tall center cabinet divides this long vanity into separate spaces. Open shelving on one half creates opportunities for design flexibility, while paneled drawers on the opposite side conceal cleaning supplies.
Create both storage and style with our favorite ideas for a small vanity.
To increase the visual space in a small bathroom, consider white paint and accessories paired with mirrors. This all-white vanity bears mirror-front doors and drawers, which reflect light and also make the bathroom feel larger. Contemporary hardware and a vessel sink prevent the mirrored surfaces from looking outdated.
Make a graphic statement on your white bathroom vanity with large-scale drawer pulls. Made from recycled aluminum, this vanity's hardware brings a touch of glam to the traditional design.
Turn a plain-Jane vanity into a custom creation with a few eye-catching add-ons.
Draw attention to your vanity with a beautiful countertop. This thick marble countertop demands notice in this elegant, all-white bathroom. If your budget doesn't accommodate marble or natural stone, consider a less expensive alternative such as solid-surfacing material.
A built-in vanity with classic white cabinetry and a veined marble surface creates a serene and sophisticated mood in this master bath. The vanity adds utility to the room's streamlined footprint, while the hardware shows off simple profiles.
Tackling an oddly shaped bathroom can be a challenge. In a narrow bathroom space, consider elongating the vanity along a stretch of empty wall to guide the eye smoothly through the space without a closed-in feeling. Exposed vanity legs help to give the impression of additional floor space in this small bathroom.