Compact bathrooms can present some serious layout conundrums, especially when it comes to the vanity cabinet. In fact, you may have written off any storage in your tiny space as a luxury item. Enter: the corner bathroom vanity.
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Before you click "add to cart" on a pedestal sink when you really want a full-fledged vanity, keep scrolling. We left no stone unturned to find eight corner units that are perfectly suited for a pint-sized washroom (while still including enough space for the basics like hand soap, toilet paper, and washcloths).
This traditional corner bathroom vanity works with nearly any style of decor, making it a piece that can easily stay with you for the long haul. Feel adventurous? Pair this cabinet with bold wallpaper to jazz up a compact space.
This adorable bathroom vanity is dripping in coastal charm and we're definitely here for it. Styling tip: Keep the rest of the space light and bright to allow the cabinet to really pop, and complement with black accents (as seen with the cabinet hardware) to ground the space.
This corner bathroom vanity proves that elegance and luxury come in all sizes. We love this piece for a classic black and white design — the traditional, vintage-inspired lines would add the perfect dash of warmth and character.
If you're looking for a corner bathroom vanity that works in both traditional and modern settings, look no further than this budget-friendly option from Lowe's. The Shaker style cabinet leans classic while the legs are more modern, making it the best of both worlds.
This sleek and simple corner vanity has two shelves dedicated to storage, while only measuring in at 22 inches — a major feat! Elevate this option with abstract art and modern lighting. Styling tip: Swap in a different cabinet pull for a slightly more high-end look.
This stunning design by Signature Hardware definitely kicks it up a notch with a vessel sink and gorgeous teak wood. Play up the organic, earthy vibes with a few hanging plants, but keep it modern with brass lighting.
Caitlin is the former social media manager and staff writer of TheEverygirl.com in Chicago, now working as a freelance writer from her laptop in New Zealand. She loves soulful, collected interior design that feels like a warm hug, English Breakfast tea, and trips to the theatre.