Built-in vanity tables are ideal. They are totally customizable for your needs and your space. When designing your built-in, decide what type of chair you'll choose. You'll want enough space for the chair to tuck neatly underneath the counter.
Transform a small nook into a dressing area. A smaller table fits nicely in the space, but still has ample room for the morning routine. Having an electrical outlet nearby is a must for curling irons and other bathroom appliances. The elegant mirrored table and soft aqua walls add glamour to the space.
Before you dismiss your bathroom as too small for a vanity table, reevaluate your space. Here, a small table is the perfect perch for putting on makeup and jewelry in the morning. The adjacent drawers store grooming essentials.
A small space between two closets was the ideal place for this vanity table. The skirted table has glass top and hidden storage underneath. For design consistency, the same fabric is used on the skirt as the closet door panels.
Create your own little primping alcove with a few simple elements. Even just the essentials -- a table, chair, and mirror -- can create a highly functional space. For additional efficiency, consider doing a little electrical work. You will want your space to be well-lit and have the necessary electrical outlets. Here, fashionable wall sconces provide flattering indirect light.
For extra dimension, consider adding more than one mirror to your vanity. Here, three different mirrors create a unique ensemble. Shop flea markets and antiques stores for similar mirrors and small accessories to personalize your vanity.
Such a handsomely outfitted space is an invitation for pampering. The vanity is faced with darkly stained wood and the built-in unit provides enough storage for all your beauty goods.
No space was wasted along this bathroom's extra-long wall. A sink was placed at each end of the counter with a sit-down primping station in the middle. Wall sconces and plenty of storage complete the area.
Make use of the space under a bathroom window by installing a vanity table. The unit contributes additional storage and the natural light makes putting on makeup a breeze. A graceful metal chair continues the modern aesthetic of this retro-chic bath space.
A fancy taffeta table skirt transforms this ordinary vanity table. Black, white, and yellow fashion a glamorous color palette for the pampering station. Consider simply leaning your mirror against the wall, instead of hanging it, for an updated look.
Bring together your favorite antique pieces for an eclectic ensemble. Intricate woodwork unifies these timeworn pieces. Old-fashioned pictures surround the mirror for nostalgia. Get this look with your own ancestral photos, but consider framing copies of photos because moisture may harm the priceless original photos.
A plain skirt wouldn't do for this ultra-feminine vanity table. An extra layer of pink-and-white fabric was added for an extra layer of pretty. When using a feminine color like pink, consider pairing it with neutrals for a more mature look.
This show-stopping mirror really makes a statement when paired with this simple desk vanity. Be sure to hang the mirror low enough to see your reflection while sitting. Colorful accessories, such as the blue vase and green jewelry box, finish the setting.
An all-white vanity area is spruced up with a bit of sparkle. Glass knobs and a decorative mirror add a chic shine, and graceful cabriole legs lend feminine curves.
The chic color combination of pink, black, and white is a classic, perfect for a vanity table. Delicate white sheers pair with the soft pink walls. A black wrought-iron table and black-edged mirror create a focal point.
This area of the bathroom is a designated dressing and prepping area. The window seat is a comfortable place to put on your socks, or a handy spot to lay out clothes. The window seat is the same color and height as the wainscoting, creating a streamlined look.
This vanity area has it all -- ample storage, comfy seating, and plenty of natural light. A continuous run of white cabinets from the sink to the vanity joins the two spaces. To break up the white windows, an elegantly carved mirror is leaned against the white shutters. The vanity table counter was lowered to a comfortable sitting height.