Behold the Stunning Bathroom Vanity Ideas That Make Us Want to Renovate — Stat

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You know the scene in the movie The Holiday when Kate Winslet arrives at Cameron Diaz's multimillion-dollar Hollywood home and runs around like a child who just got their absolute favorite gift from Santa on Christmas morning? That's the exact feeling that we get when we spot a good bathroom vanity. Ample counter space, plenty of storage, and good craftsmanship — it's the ultimate trifecta, and we've found a slew of gorgeous ideas that check all the boxes.


Whether you're renovating a master en suite or a small powder room, keep scrolling for our favorite bathroom vanity ideas from around the web.

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1. Modern Monochromatic

This modern, monochromatic bathroom vanity idea from Amber Interiors is so striking, yet simple. The black wood grain of the floating cabinet against the textured, slightly shimmery tile provides just enough contrast to create visual interest.

2. Sleek Storage

Recreate this bathroom vanity idea from Shea over at Studio McGee with a vanity that has the appearance of furniture. Here, brass detailing makes the entire space feel ultra luxe while a vintage rug gives the entire room plenty of character.


3. Warm Wood Finish

Opt for a wood vanity in a black-and-white bathroom, like this one designed by Orlando Soria, to provide the perfect level of warmth against the contrasting palette. Modern yet cozy is the name of the game.



4. Streamlined Door Fronts

Sleek cabinet fronts and wall-mounted faucets give this bathroom vanity an ultra-streamlined design from start to finish. We love how Elizabeth Lawson finished off the space with graphic tile to add character to an otherwise modern washroom.


5. Vintage Charm

This petite bathroom vanity with brass detailing and cane door fronts feels vintage yet updated, making the most of this compact space designed by Emily Henderson.


6. Colorful Cabinetry

Shea from Studio McGee added a dose of color to a neutral bathroom with olive cabinets. Open and closed shelving provides plenty of storage without making the entire vanity look overly bulky.


7. Repurposed Furniture

An all-new bathroom is certainly a luxury but can often lack a sense of soul and character. Using an antique dresser for the bathroom vanity, as shown in this space designed by Amber Lewis, makes the room feel more collected and storied while still providing all the new, modern amenities of a renovated space.



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