34 Striking Bathroom Vanities
Designer: JAC Interiors
Features: Double sinks allow two people to get ready at once.Along with warm, honey-toned wood and oodles of storage, this is a perfect setup for busy mornings.
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Designer: JAC Interiors
Features: A striking black frame and legs echo the dark grout lines in the wall tiles and contrast beautifully with the vanity’s pale-veined marble detailing.
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Features: A handsome vanity in rich chocolate wood adds gravitas to this contemporary bathroom.
Designer: Diana Bastone Designs
Features: An elegant wooden cabinet repurposed as a vanity makes a charming addition to this compact bathroom.
Designer: Lynne Bradley Interiors
Features: Gently curved lines, slender legs and a matte-charcoal finish give the custom vanity in this guest bathroom a luxurious feel. And notice how the shape of the mirror ties in with the curvy aesthetic — a lovely touch.
Designer: Austin Design Associates
Features: Sharp lines and a two-tone finish give this suspended vanity a fresh, contemporary edge. Its marble repeats in the bath surround for a sense of cohesion.
Designer: KraftMaster Renovations
Features: Pink-painted cabinetry, a marble countertop and brass hardware are an irresistible combination.
Features: We adore the attention to detail here — the sleek, handleless cabinetry, the mix of storage types and the gold accents. It’s simply sublime.
Designer: Boris Ruzic
Features: A little wooden cabinet repurposed as a vanity becomes a striking feature when set against swaths of marble.
Designer: Terri Sears
Features: The generous dimensions of this vanity setup allow it to accommodate not only twin sinks but also a dressing table. The combination of pink and marble give it a soft feel.
Designer: Mon Plan d’Appart
Features: Forest-green painted walls and white hexagonal tiles create a stunning backdrop for the warm wood tones of this midcentury-style sideboard-turned-vanity. Très chic!
Features: Blond wood and blue make an irresistible combination, and we love the addition of the step stool — a handy feature when the little ones are trying to reach the sink to brush their teeth.
Features: The vanity’s bold vertical paneling creates a striking contrast against the oversize mirror. A black stone countertop grounds the look.
Designer: The Gilded Cabinet
Features: A simple black-and-white bathroom is made great, courtesy of this exquisite mother-of-pearl cabinet that has been transformed into a vanity.
Features: This beautifully balanced arrangement has heavy black drawers, a slender white countertop and fine lines in the mirror frame and the wall sconces.
Designer: Lucy Cunningham Interiors
Features: Green-painted cabinetry and leaf-patterned wallpaper draw the outside in —an inspired design for a bathroom in a family home in the countryside.
Features: The exposed pipes and the brass hardware on these twin vanities give this bathroom a classic 1920s vibe.
Designer: Cortney Bishop Design
Features: A fine-lined, blond-wood vanity, white-paneled walls and touches of gold and marble make for a subtly sophisticated setup.
Features: This slender vanity is a great choice for a compact bathroom, providing just enough space for a sink and storage both inside and on top.
Designer: KraftMaster Renovations
Features: A classic black-painted vanity with brass hardware gets a lift from polka-dot wallpaper and touches of pink in the lighting.
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Designer: Folkway Design & Wares
Features: A rich wood finish, deep drawers and generous dimensions make this vanity as practical as it is handsome.
Designer: Isabelle Boucher
Features: This sweet vanity in caramel-tone wood is the perfect fit for a little bathroom nook. Its off-center towel rail adds a bit of charm.
Designer: Meredith Owen Interiors
Features: With its gray-washed wood finish, this vanity sits beautifully alongside the marble subway wall tiles. Accents of gold and leather complete the sophisticated aesthetic.
Designer: I House You
Features: A rustic wooden bench-turned-vanity, exposed pipes and stone sinks add up to an earthy, industrial vibe.
Designer: C. Kramer Interiors
Features: A projecting front section provides space not only for a larger sink but also for more storage. And we adore how the marble of the vanity’s top continues on the backsplash.
Features: The soft, honey-toned wood of the vanity blends in beautifully with the light gray subway tiles and the pale floor. Black in the storage baskets and the wall sconces creates balance.
Designer: Punto Suspensivo Interiorismo
Features: An old Singer sewing machine table makes a one-of-a-kind vanity and provides plenty of fodder for conversation!
Designer: Heidi Caillier Design
Features: The highlight of this moody bathroom is a distressed chest of drawers that has been cleverly converted into a vanity, complete with a marble countertop.
Designer: Alter Urban Design Collaborative
Features: A wall-hung vanity with minimalist lines in deep gray-blue contributes to the bathroom’s calm, uncluttered feel.
Features: This traditional freestanding vanity has loads of storage. And we adore how its rust-colored finish picks up a color in the floor tiles.
Features: By choosing a subtle mushroom hue for the body of this vanity instead of ubiquitous white, the owners ensured that it would stand out against the duck-egg blue walls and bath surround, as well as the white subway tiles.
Designer: Orren Pickell Building Group
Features: A furniture-like vanity with a curvaceous vessel sink offers storage and style in a farmhouse bathroom.
Designer: Peter Schaad Design Studio
Features: This vanity’s mustard-green finish is right on trend and works well alongside gray floor tiles and black fixtures. It earns extra points for echoing the color in the frame of the mirrored cabinet.