Bathroom Vanities – A Complete Guide

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Tempered Glass Vanity

Impeccably crafted from durable materials, these bath vanities, console sinks, drop-in bowls and over-counter washbasins stand the test of time and never leave you wanting for bathroom counter space.

Accessorize your vanity sink with a fine faucet, towel racks and matching bath fixtures from NewStar, to create your ideal bathroom sanitary.

The CountryClub Vanity and The Arts & Crafts Vanity

The CountryClub Vanity and Mission-Style Stand

WherEver Lav Faucet Set; Hand-Crafted Alderwood Stand , Pre-Cast NuCrete™ Stainless Concrete CountryClub Sink

The Arts & Crafts Vanity

Hand-Crafted Alderwood Cabinet with inlaid concrete panels, available in raw (shown), natural, distressed or walnut finish. Pre-Cast NuCrete™ Stainless Concrete WaveSink, shown with the WherEver Faucet.

From Sonoma Cast Stone maker of the world’s only stainless concrete and dedicated to the best and most environmentally sustainable concrete formulations.

When you’re thinking design, whether it’s the guest bath or the restroom, a clubhouse or exposed kitchen, the lobby, lounge, bar or spa – think of Sonoma Cast Stone. Their award-winning designs range from whimsical concrete vesselsinks™ to breath-taking custom counters.

Yellow Bathroom Vanity Style

Yellow Bathroom Vanity

I’m fairly fond of this yellow bathroom vanity — it is made by a Chinese factory named Bayland, and I’m not aware of any American companies that are currently distributing it. I would install this vanity against a white stone/tile wall and floor, and try to place tons of colorful plants around the room.

Bathroom Vanity Cabinets

The cabinet of the vanity is everything below the countertop.  Vanity cabinets are available in a variety of materials — stainless steel, plastic, granite, glass, acrylic, and ceramic are the most common materials.  In my opinion, you should always avoid plastic vanities.  These are a new trend and they can look nice in pictures, but they fall apart and are just poorly made.  Spend the extra money.  My personal favorites are vanities made from stainless steel.  Granite, glass, and high-gloss acrylic are materials that look classy and will stand the test of time, so you probably won’t go wrong with those.  Another thing to take note of is the functionality of your vanity.  Some of the modern modern vanities look great, but they don’t offer much in the way of storage space.  You are going to be a lot happier with your bathroom if it has ample storage place with convenient, easy slide drawers or cabinets that smoothly open and shut.

Pegasus Bathroom Vanity

Pegasus Vanity

This is a simple Pegasus vanity.  The granite countertop has a luxury feel to it, and the black painted cabinet is made from real oak wood.  The vanity has a classic feel and is an affordable addition to your bathroom.  You’d be surprised how much of an improvement you can make on a bathroom just by swaping out an old vanity and replacing it with a newer one like this.  One thing to keep in mind is that if you have a bathroom was built before 1990, you can’t just pop in an ultra-modern vanity without redoing more of the bathroom.  But if you opt for a classic design like this, you can probably replace your existing vanity without remodeling the rest of your bathroom.