A vanity helps establish the style in any bathroom, no matter the size. It serves important functions such as holding the sink, hiding plumbing, and providing storage. You’ll also gain a countertop for hand towels, soap, and decorative items like flowers, trays, and mirrors. To choose a vanity for your bath layout, measure the area and determine which standard size will fit best. Don’t limit yourself to the most obvious solution — maybe you have room for an island or double pedestal sinks instead of the expected square unit against a wall.
In a smaller bath, a compact corner vanity might allow you to bring in a bigger tub or shower stall. Also consider vanities made of interesting materials like acrylic, fiberglass, or reclaimed wood that can inspire your design plan. The vanity’s countertop is another important aspect of your strategy. If you’re planning on natural stone or cement, you’ll need a unit strong enough to support the weight. Our catalog offers options for all styles, finishes, and shapes. Browse through and take notes on sink types, finishes, and cabinet configurations, saving your favorites into one of our project folders. Ready to begin? Read on for more ideas on finding the perfect vanity for you.
Bathroom Vanities for Master Baths
master baths are attached to bedrooms, so they tend to be small and
perhaps not large enough for a 60- or 72-inch vanity. Free-standing
vanities with legs are common in master baths — they sometimes resemble
buffets or consoles and usually offer pull-out drawers for make-up,
shaving supplies, and other toiletries.