Single bathroom vanity set Materials: Wood, stone, CARB
Ph2 certified panels, plywood and MDF Comes with top mount honey onyx undermount sink and travertine stone top Faucet sold separately Cabinet finish: Dark walnut Hardware finish: Antique brass Evelyn collection Disclaimer: ...
Bathroom vanity cabinet Materials: Wood, plywood Traditional style
Single sink MDF panel Pre drilled for 3 hole faucet Faucet and mirror sold separately CARB Ph2 Certified Big cutout back for plumbing installation Included undermount sink finish: White Distressed early american ...
Includes mirror Bathroom vanity Material: Solid oak wood
Transitional style Single hole Sink shape: Round Number of doors: 2 Number of functional drawers: 1 Designer brush nickel hardware Faucet sold separately Adjustable hinges and slides Under mount ceramic basin with ...
Typically constructed of darker
woods, these bold vanities
feature ornate details such as
scrolling, metal accents, and
hand painted designs.
These vanities feature simple
designs without ornate details
or modern flair. Often featured
in solid colors, with straight
lines or soft curves, these
pieces will fit in with nearly
vanities feature very clean,
angular, and simple designs.
These sleek pieces have an
updated or futuristic look.
Rustic: With an
outdoorsy feel, featuring
natural wood grains,
distressing, and white washing
these vanities would be right at
home in a lodge or cottage
Small bathrooms can still be big on style. Check out our guide on how to choose fixtures for a small bath to learn how to maximize space and style by giving your bathroom fixtures an update. Consolidating bulky fixtures can be a great way to open up your space and make a small bathroom feel bigger.
Fixtures like towel bars can be reduced to swing arm bars to save room. Reducing sinks to smaller versions and keeping them square also helps make the most of the space you have. Head over to our guide to get more tips on choosing space saving bathroom fixtures.
Read over these four important questions that you need to ask yourself before buying a bathroom vanity. Once you have an idea of your bathroom vanity space, storage, and style requirements, you can easily narrow your shopping search to find vanities that best fit your needs.
Our guide also covers all the different types of vanity mounting options; from corner bathroom vanities to choosing a wall mounted vanity head over to the guide to get all the details.