1. Getting Started

  2. Style and Finish

  3. Size and Configuration

  4. Vanity Tops

  5. Accessories

  • Vanity Size & Configuration

    Whether you’re working on a small powder room or the master bathroom, choose the right configuration for the functionality and look you want. Consider not only size but the number of drawers versus doors and the number of sinks.

  • Choose Your Size

    Standard industry widths for vanities run from 24" to 72". While smaller vanities are typically used in small bathrooms or powder rooms, pairing two 30" or 36" vanities in a master suite is also an option.

  • Vanities

    Small vanities are ideal for tiny spaces where everything needs to fit together like a puzzle in order to maximize the space. Even small vanities offer storage solutions that come in handy for general items like extra toilet tissue or towels. 

  • Vanities

    Midsize vanities are often used in family bathrooms where drawers can be designated to individuals and a shared storage area can house general supplies. Two midsize vanities are frequently linked with a bridge and used to create dual styling spaces in the master bathroom. 

  • Vanities

    The largest vanity sizes are roomy enough to hold two separate sinks with plenty of extra room between. They are a natural fit for shared master bathrooms with ample storage to accommodate both individual’s needs. 

    NOTE: Vanity tops and countertops that coordinate with 60” and 72” vanities can be configured with one or two sink basins. 

  • Choose Your Base

    The base style you choose will give the space a certain polish. Depending on your choice of design style, you have multiple options for the coordinating base. As general rules of thumb, a toe-kick will be more utilitarian, legs more reminiscent of furniture, and no legs more modern in style.

  • Vanities

    Toe-Kick Vanities

    A solid wood slat covers the space between the floor and the bottom of the vanity. This gives the vanity a built-in, functional quality. 

  • Vanities

    Leg Vanities

    Adding legs to the base helps to reinforce the look of fine furniture, like a dresser or chest of drawers that is meant to be displayed. 

  • Vanities

    Wall Vanities

    Typically, these vanities are without legs or a toe kick. The “floating” look this vanity creates is minimalist and clean. 

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