Upgrade Your Loo with the 6 Best Bathroom Vanities
A new bathroom vanity can switch up the look of your space. Take your pick from this selection of the best bathroom vanities for every style.
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Is it time to upgrade your bathroom? If so, your bathroom vanity might be the best place to start. Vanities do a lot more than provide much-needed bathroom storage solutions. They’re an essential component in the bathroom’s overall look—changing the vanity radically changes a bathroom from “meh” to modern, or from a country cottage look to something sleek and contemporary.
The best bathroom vanities combine form and function. They match the style you’re going for while providing optimal storage. They can be blow-the-renovation-budget splurges or basic budget models, and they can be custom-installed or DIY projects.
Check out our picks for the best bathroom vanities on the market. No matter what your price range or style preference is, we’ve found a great option for you. Note that we limited our picks to bathroom vanities sold with vanity tops and sinks included—faucets and plumbing are almost always sold separately.
Allen + Roth Rigsby Undermount Single Sink Bathroom Vanity
We like this white vanity’s solid feel, which includes an engineered marble sink. This vanity provides ample storage thanks to six roomy drawers and a center cabinet. Plus, each comes with soft-close features.
Feel like changing things up? The door panels are reversible, letting you opt for a shiplap look or a sleeker smooth door front. A 4-inch matching backsplash is included, as are two sets of hardware in brushed nickel or black.
- Arrives fully assembled
- Open rear panel for easy plumbing and installation access
- Versatile style
- Soft-close drawers
Project Source Vanity with White Cultured Marble Top
If you’re redoing a bathroom and don’t have a big budget, consider this simple vanity from Project Source, a Lowe’s house brand. Nothing fancy here—just a two-door cabinet and a built-in sink—but it’s a suitable choice for a small bathroom (or someone on a budget). This vanity’s modern gray coloring and smooth finish make it look expensive, although Lowe’s also sells this vanity in white if you prefer a more rustic vibe.
- Wallet-friendly price
- Comes fully assembled
- Two color options available
- No shelf inside the cabinet, which limits storage
Best for a Small Bathroom
Latitude Run Mosese Single Bathroom Vanity
This small bathroom vanity from Latitude Run—a Wayfair brand—packs a lot into a tight space. Maximize the amount of storage in your small bathroom with two roomy drawers and a double-door cabinet. Plus, you’ll save little and big hands alike: each hinge on this vanity is slow-close to prevent pinching.
- Attractive styling
- Lots of storage in a small cabinet
- Slow-close hinges
- Warranty included
- Challenging to assemble
Best Dual Sink Vanity
Beckett Double Bathroom Vanity by Wyndham Collection
The mother-ship of double bathroom vanities, this impressive 84-inch vanity has an outstanding amount of storage. Nine functional drawers and two double-door cabinets with shelves give two (or more) people plenty of room to separate their bathroom stuff. Choose between two different marble vanity tops and opt for brushed nickel, brushed gold or matte black hardware at check out.
- Supports dual faucets
- Transitional style combines design tastes
- Comes with a 3-inch backsplash and reversible side splash
- Available in multiple finishes
- High-end product with pricing to match
Best Floating Vanity
Fresca Lucera Wall Mounted Double Basin Vanity Set
If you like the look of a clean, modern bathroom design, then a floating or wall-mounted vanity—like this handsome model from Lucera—is an option to consider. The ample space between the cabinet and the floor allows room for a wastebasket, baskets for towels and other bathroom storage options. This style comes in different sizes and colors—we like how the double sinks fit without feeling crowded.
- Easy to clean underneath
- Comes fully assembled
- 3-year warranty
- Four colors to choose from
- Top “drawers” are decorative only
Best Corner Vanity
Wilhoite Single Bathroom Vanity with Stone Top
This good-looking solution for small spaces tucks neatly into a corner and is a terrific option not just for tiny bathrooms (or tiny houses) but for oddly shaped spaces where a larger vanity won’t work. We like the curved door and the touch of cottage-core styling, and it’s available in multiple colors. Reviewers also praise the quality craftsmanship of the cabinetry.
- Included shelf maximizes storage space
- Comes fully assembled
- Warranty is included
- Backsplash is not included
What to Consider When Buying a Bathroom Vanity
Style, size and budget are the three biggest factors in choosing a new bathroom vanity.
- Style: Home improvement stores like Lowe’s and Ace Hardware are among the best places to buy a bathroom vanity. These chains have a lot of floor models available, so you can get an idea of the style you want. If you’re not planning a full bathroom renovation, make sure the style you choose is consistent with existing bathroom features—a modern vanity may look out of place next to an old-fashioned claw foot bathtub.
- Size: Before purchasing anything, we recommend measuring the width and depth of the space you have to work with. Consider that you need to leave enough space around the toilet, the bidet (if you have one) and between the shower or tub so you can clean easily.
- Budget: You can spend a little or a lot for a bathroom vanity, but generally speaking, there’s a correlation between price and quality. Higher-end bathroom vanities have deluxe features like soft-close drawers, dovetail construction and premium, more wear-resistant tops and sinks. But a lower-priced vanity may do the job, especially in a powder room or extra bathroom that doesn’t get used often.
Types of Bathroom Vanities
- Freestanding: The most common type of bathroom vanity sits directly on the ground or on its legs, and has drawers, cabinets or a combination of both. They often come pre-assembled, so you can hook up plumbing, and you’re good to go.
- Built-in: Built-in bathroom vanities are the most customizable and usually the most expensive. Planning a built-in vanity may be part of a complete bathroom overhaul and, depending on your budget, will allow for custom features, bathroom mirrors, upper cabinetry and other bells and whistles.
- Corner: A corner bathroom vanity can be ready out of the box or custom-made, and usually has a small sink and limited counter space.
- Floating or Wall-Mounted: Floating or wall-mounted bathroom vanities are suspended on the wall, typically using brackets attached to drywall studs. They offer a clean, modern look and free up floor space. But they can be more expensive than freestanding models and more challenging to install.
How We Found the Best Bathroom Vanities
As shopping experts, our only job is to help you find a winning product. We start with the research and reporting basics—what products are made of, what they look like and how much they cost—to ensure that we’re only recommending the buys that are worth your time and money. Then, we research the features that speak to the product’s quality, taking advice from industry insiders and subject-matter experts on what makes a product a smart value (or worthy of a splurge). Finally, we do the work of combing through user reviews to see how real people interact with the product, and if it stands up to the test.
What is the most popular bathroom vanity?
Free-standing bathroom vanities come in the widest selection of styles, options and prices. Transitional style, which blends modern and farmhouse designs, is currently very popular.
What is the most durable material for a bathroom vanity?
As with many other types of furnishings, solid wood is considered the most durable material for bathroom cabinetry, but it’s also the most expensive. MDF, or medium-density fiberboard, is an excellent second choice after wood and the most common material for mid- to high-range bathroom vanities. Particle board is used in many budget-priced vanities, and, while inexpensive, it’s too weak to support a heavy marble sink. Additionally, it will quickly degrade if it starts to absorb water, say from a gap in waterproofing caulk.
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