Friends of mine are remodeling their master bath, and part of that remodel involves switching out a very old fashioned (think grandma, not hip retro) bathroom vanity for something new. I cannot, of course, hear about anyone’s remodel without thinking about what I’d like to put in my home given the chance. Unfortunately, my own bathroom is quite narrow and none too long, which means that anything other than a simple pedestal will look monstrously out of place. Still, a girl can dream, right? There are so many ways to do bathroom vanities, and here are just a few to inspire those of you with bathrooms bigger than my own.
A bathroom vanity might be modern and colorful and in keeping with an overall decor theme, like this one. (via)
Or rather feminine and romantic, like this one. (via)
On the other hand, a bathroom vanity can be quite modern to harmonized with contemporary decor.
I do suppose something like this convertible bathroom vanity that looks like a sleek chest of drawers when not in use. Yes, there’s a sink in there! (via)
A bathroom vanity like this one is a smart choice for those who have plenty of space to put things and this do not *need* under-counter real estate. Plus it looks delightfully old fashioned. (via)
I’m secretly digging on this super luxurious bathroom vanity with its etched glass drawers and sweeping handles.
And just so the reverse is represented, here is a damn cool vanity crafted using reclaimed materials by a furniture maker who can tell you the history of every piece of wood and metal that went into it! (via)