A vanity will complete the look of a bathroom of any size, offering additional storage, countertop space, personality and so much more. However, all of this depends on the look of the vanity that you choose. What style are you going for in your bathroom? Whether you’re into sleek and modern or you like a look that’s more traditional, there are bathroom vanities out there to match your style. There are even units in all different sizes; so if you’re concerned about space, you will still be able to find something that fits in perfectly.
Running short on creativity and aren’t sure what to use in your space? Just keep reading to find useful and simple bathroom vanity ideas to suit your taste, budget and space restrictions. This can result in finally having the look you want in your bathroom, but also getting rid of clutter so things are always picked up and easy to clean!
Beautiful antique dresser turned into a bathroom vanity with a marble top and copper sink.
Vintage buffet-turned-vanity (a repurposed Craigslist find) by Jenna Sue Design.
I love the chic vanity and gold trimmings in this gorgeous bathroom by Kirsten Marie Interiors.
Master bathroom with salvaged wood double vanity with double sinks and bronze bridge gooseneck faucet, Jamie Young Leather Strap Mirror, white plantation shutters and glass and steel shower door.
Image: Brandon Barre Photography
Brandon Barré photograph of bathroom designed by Candice Olson.
Reclaimed Wood Bathroom Vanity.
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.
Here’s a beautiful vanity choice for a cottage- or country-style bathroom. It’s practical, too, with three full-extension side drawers, a spacious interior cabinet with a pullout drawer and an open bottom shelf.
In this contemporary bathroom engineered quartz surfaces, linen fabric window coverings, metal fixtures and decorative lighting blend well with the home’s Georgian motif, extending a cohesive design vision into the bath space.
Furniture Style Bathroom Vanity with dark stain and Carrara marble countertop designed by Rockwood Cabinetry.
Neutral hues allow this nautical bathroom’s rich blue vanity to take center stage.
Farmhouse Bathroom Vanity.
When New York design firm Carrier and Company converted an old dairy barn into a guest cottage for a client, they saw big possibilities in this soapstone cow trough salvaged from the property. Owner Jesse Carrier and his team added custom hinged wood tops to create one of the most unusual and beautiful bathroom vanities you’ll ever see. The mirror above is made of reclaimed exterior window shutter louvers.
Contemporary walnut vanity with double sinks by custom made.
Carling Residence / Tact Architecture
Old materials, such as a weathered wooden vanity table and thrift shop mirror, blend seamlessly with the vessel sink and modern fixtures in this tiny bath.
Beach style bathroom in Dc Metro with a drop-in sink by Patrick Sutton Associates. Love the idea or repurposing an antique dresser as a vanity!
This custom nickel vanity with a marble top gives an updated classic feel to this light and bright bathroom.
Image: WILLIE COLE
Classic Master Bath Twin vanities are tucked in arched niches. Cabinets were given a distressed finish and topped with marble.
Image: Traditional Home
Cottage look Abbeville Bathroom Vanity, $765.00.
Gorgeous Vigo Vessel Sink Bathroom Vanity, $845.00.
Rustic Chic Farmhouse Vanity In Weathered Oak, $1,237.50.
Beautiful traditional double bathroom vanity by Chalet Home Furnishings.
Select Alder wood, Calcutta Gold marble, Restoration Hardware Mirrors, Newport Brass faucets