This bathroom vanity with sink is such a perfect size for this small space. I have been struggling to find small bathroom vanities that still look decorative and high end but that will not overwhelm our pretty tiny layout. Most that I have seen look cheap or are two short (these are two things that I definitely want to avoid). I like how the narrow and tall legs of the base elongate the unit and draw your eyes upwards to the ceiling. By accentuating the height of the room rather than the surface area of the 48 inch bathroom vanity, you give the illusion of more space than their actually is. Now if I could only figure out where I could purchase a piece like this for myself, I would be able to finish our bathroom makeover.
The bathroom vanity with sink is the focal point of most designs so it is important that you select a unit that will evoke the style you are trying to achieve. Traditional style bathroom vanity ideas oftentimes feature rich paneled details, a classic finish, and elegant metal fixtures in polished nickel or bronze. More contemporary looks, on the other hand, rely on a vanity with clean lines, a bold color palette like start white, black or a bold color, and polished metal hardware. As far as bathroom vanity tops go, you can get away with basically the same look for either major style categories. This lovely beige granite looks fantastic in the elegant French country master, but would look equally as amazing in a more modern design.
I really need to replace this old bathroom vanity with sink in our master because it dates the entire space. The rest of the room is actually quite contemporary looking because we have nice tile floors with a coordinating walk in shower, but the cheap bathroom sink cabinets and formica countertop really bring down the design. I would love to tear out the old unit and replace it with something a bit bolder and more colorful. I have seen awesome double vanity cabinets at Home Depot in really cool navy shades with marble countertops that I would absolutely love to install here. I think that the blue shade would make the room feel very trendy and high end, while the marble counter would blend well with the floor and shower tile.
We absolutely love our condo (especially this view) but the bathroom vanity with sink is totally bringing down the style of the entire space. Bathroom vanities are always one of those items that your eyes are immediately drawn to when you walk into a space. This can have positives and negatives, because a fantastic piece will wow you the second you walk through the door, whereas an old formica unit like this can by like a bucket of cold water over your head. I am determined to swap this piece out with a beautiful new white bathroom cabinet with contemporary lines and chrome hardware to give a more edgy and modern vibe to our master suite. I think a simple project like this will drastically increase the value of our home and will certainly improve my quality of life.
A bathroom vanity with sink is one of those basic (and necessary) elements to your space that can actually take forever to pick out. I always feel so much pressure when selecting bathroom furniture because I know how much of an impact it can have on the overall design. The style and finish of the vanity you select will determine the overall decor scheme of the space (traditional, contemporary, eclectic etc). For this reason it is important to think about what you want to achieve in the space before you make your final decision. I have been loving tall bathroom cabinets like we used in this master bathroom because they are a unique twist on your traditional cabinet units and they tend to maximize the height of the room.
We are in the market for a new bathroom vanity with sink because, as you can see, our current unit is quite outdated and really ages the entire space. While I do like the simple lines and natural wood grain of the double sink vanity, I think it has an 80s vibe rather than a cool contemporary look. I would like to replace it with an all white unit featuring similar sleek lines and chrome hardware in order to brighten the space and give it a cleaner look. I supposed that I could simply paint the existing bathroom vanity cabinets white to save some money, but I am afraid that you would be able to see the brush strokes and tell that it is a DIY job.