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Guides & How-Tos > Furniture Guides & How-Tos > What Size Bathroom Vanity Do I Need?

Size of Bathroom Vanity
Size of Bathroom Vanity

Whether you’re planning a bathroom renovation or starting entirely from scratch, choosing a new vanity is an exciting part of the process. Seamless mornings start with the right bathroom vanity size and design. As one of the most frequently utilized areas of your home, you’ll want your bathroom (and of course, your vanity) to reflect your personal sense of style functional and comfortable ways. Fortunately, there are plenty of design options and measurements to suit your preferences and needs, from slender pedestals to luxurious double sink vanities with plenty of elbow room.


POPULAR BATHROOM VANITY MEASUREMENTS
Naturally, you’ll need to consider your bathroom’s dimensions and how different vanity sizes will fit inside the allotted space. In addition to comparing the vanity’s width to the width of the room, you’ll also want to look at the vanity’s height versus. your ceiling height as well as how its depth measurement will impact maneuverability. Other factors that may affect your buying decision include how many people will be using the vanity on a regular basis and its overall storage space. We’re taking a look at six popular vanity sizes to help you narrow down your choice and start building the bathroom of your dreams!


30-Inch Bathroom Vanity

The 30-inch bathroom vanity size is a smart choice for tight areas, particularly guest bathrooms and powder rooms that have limited space. This modest width can only accommodate a single sink, and it offers less room for toiletries and storage in general. Pedestal sinks are ideal for cramped spaces, and you can even get creative by choosing a versatile vanity without a top (as opposed to a complete 30-inch bathroom vanity with top included). Of course, you can also maximize a 30-inch vanity by adding it to a larger bathroom instead. Doing so can make the entire area feel more open and spacious.

36-Inch Bathroom Vanity

If space allows, you may want to opt for a 36-inch bathroom vanity size instead. Most single sink vanities measure anywhere from 36 to 48 inches, and the extra width gives you a little more elbow room and storage space. The extra counter top space comes in handy for toiletries and hair tools. While larger sizes are generally more comfortable, it’s always best to refer to your room’s dimensions to guide your final decision. Keep in mind that you’ll need to allow for an extra inch worth of counter top space, both width and depth, if you’re buying a 36-inch vanity without a top.

Pro Tip: The standard bathroom vanity is around 32 inches tall, but sizes range from 30 to 36 inches. If you’re choosing a design for a kid’s bathroom, opt for a vanity that stands around 30 to 32 inches high. (Step stools can help little ones access these heights much easier.) Otherwise, a 36- inch tall vanity tends to work better for adults, sometimes called “comfort height”, and can prove especially beneficial in reducing back strain. Ideally, because children grow, you will go with the comfort height and just use a step stool for kids when they need it. It is a better long-term choice.

48-Inch Bathroom Vanity

A 48-inch vanity size is perhaps the most versatile option for your bathroom. These generously sized designs feature a mix of single sinks and double sinks to help you customize your space and better suit your needs. Ideal for full bathrooms (or roomy half-baths), the 48-inch vanity is a great addition to a high-traffic bathroom thanks to its substantial size and enough cabinets and drawers to keep clutter at bay. A single sink style works well for a guest bathroom considering its generous countertop space, while a 48-inch double sink vanity is a smart choice for a shared bathroom between siblings.

Pro Tip: Trying to decide between a single sink vanity and a double sink vanity? Know that most single sink designs are 36 to 48 inches wide. Double sink vanities, on the other hand, usually measure 60 to 72 inches. There are some 60 to 72 inch vanities that also come in a single sink version. The determining factor should be how you plan on using the space. Are more than one person planning on using it? Do you value more counter top space or an additional sink? Consider your plumbing as well. You will need to have additional plumbing in place if using two sinks.

60-Inch Bathroom Vanity

If you’re dreaming of his and hers sinks, then a 60-inch bathroom vanity size is a fantastic place to start. These large designs typically offer two sinks, generous counter top space, and more than enough storage possibilities to keep couples efficiently organized. A 60-inch vanity is all about comfort, and it’s a great option for your master bathroom if it can accommodate larger dimensions. A secondary bathroom can also benefit from a 60-inch double sink vanity, especially if it’s a communal area shared between two or more kids. Keep in mind that these sprawling vanities tend to have larger depth measurements, so you’ll want to check all of its dimensions to ensure it’s a good fit.

Pro Tip: Any vanity that is over 60 inches will comfortably fit in bathrooms that are at least 15 feet or greater in length, width or both. This is for your dream master bath, so make your pick count if you have the room to work with!

72-Inch Bathroom Vanity

Large master baths and elaborate 72-inch vanities are made for each other. This roomy width perfectly accommodates double sinks, so it’s a wonderful solution for couples with shared bathrooms. (And while you can use a 60 inch vanity for a double sink setup, the larger 72-inch designs are typically preferred.) This vanity size is packed with storage solutions like cabinets, shelves, and drawers – and it also features plenty of countertop space for your everyday essentials. Since these vanities are oftentimes placed in high-traffic master baths, durable drop-in sinks and undermounts are more commonly used than vessels.

Pro Tip: When it comes to depth, most bathroom vanities measure anywhere from 17 to 24 inches. If you’re choosing a vanity with lots of cabinets and drawers, factor in how these storage solutions will impact the room when in use.











 














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