A bathroom vanity often defines the style of the bathroom. As the largest, most visible piece of furniture in the room, the eye is typically drawn to the vanity. Whether built-in or designed as a furniture piece, a vanity can add color and excitement to a small space. Homeowners should feel comfortable making a bold statement or venturing out of their “comfort zone” when designing a bathroom because it is fairly small and self-contained.
As your expert in bathroom design, we work within your budget to design a beautiful space that adds an excitement and interest while remaining true to the style of the home. Whether you need a complete bathroom remodel or a simple vanity replacement, we can help. In addition to a new vanity, we can assist you in selecting the perfect plumbing, tile, and lighting to bring your vision to life.
The bathroom vanities in today’s post vary in color, wood finishes and style. Keep reading and you may get inspired for your next bathroom remodel!
This painted Dura Supreme vanity was featured in a coastal style home. The maple, framed furniture vanity was the perfect fit and made for an eye-catching space when accented with gold fixtures and a marble countertop.
A frameless, floating vanity was the design selection for this mid-century modern home. The Walnut Exotic Veneer vanity from Decor Cabinets is styled with mixed metal hardware and plumbing fixtures, Corian quartz and Jeffery Court tile backsplash for a spacious and affordable master bathroom remodel.
Powder bathrooms don’t have to be boring! Studio M Interiors shows off the perfect Dura Supreme vanity and amps up this small bathroom with a statement wallcovering and even a wall mounted faucet.
This white oak custom vanity from J Kath Design + Build + Reinvent is on trend and absolutely stunning! We love the size of the bathroom and the simple, monochromatic selections for mirrors, cabinet hardware, faucets and Hanstone quartz countertop.
Which vanity is your style?