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To find the best bathroom vanities, we researched dozens of options while considering factors like price point, style, size, materials, and storage space. We also spoke to designer Lucy O’Brien, owner of Tartan & Toile, who says that one of the most important things to consider before shopping is the type of vanity you’re looking for.
“We love console vanities, both for their historical aesthetic, as well as their ability to open up the space and make a small bathroom seem much bigger without the bulk of a cabinet-style vanity,” O’Brien says.
1. Best Overall Bathroom Vanity
1.1. Mercury Row Atencio Freestanding Single Bathroom Vanities
This freestanding vanity has plenty of storage for all your toiletries and cleaning supplies and it comes in three finishes (white, gray, and dark blue). The countertop is made of engineered stone designed to resemble Carrara marble, which helps to cut down on the overall cost, and the white ceramic sink is under-mounted for a streamlined, modern look.
Storage on this vanity includes a main under-sink area with an adjustable shelf and two side drawers. The drawers and door hinges are all soft-close, so they glide slowly instead of slamming shut—adding another luxurious touch to this pick. This vanity doesn’t come with a mirror or faucet, but we love that it is delivered fully assembled for a streamlined setup process. The included hardware for the white and gray finish is nickel and the navy blue comes with gold-tone hardware.
Price at time of publish: $1,508
2. Best Budget Bathroom Vanity
2.2. Joss & Main Caitlyn Single Bathroom Vanity
This 24-inch single-sink vanity is ideal for small spaces and those shopping on a budget. That said, if you need a lot of under-sink storage, this might not be the right vanity. The Caitlyn Vanity has one functional drawer, which is great for stashing toiletries, makeup, and more. The open storage shelf underneath is great for stacked linens or a small basket with toilet paper and washcloths. The engineered wood frame of this vanity comes in four neutral, versatile finishes (dark blue, white, gray, and black), and hardware is included (gold pulls for the blue finish and silver for the other colors). While this vanity does have a sink, it does not include a faucet or backsplash.
This vanity comes fully assembled so you can skip the confusing instructions entirely. If you need extra storage, consider buying this vanity and a mirror with hidden storage so you can utilize all your available space.
Price at time of publish: $290
3. Best Double Bathroom Vanity
3.3. Home Decorators Collection Sonoma Bath Vanity
According to HomeLight, a double-sink vanity is the most popular bathroom upgrade among home buyers. Perfect for a primary bathroom, this double vanity has two undermount sinks with plenty of storage space for your and your partner’s toiletries. The vanity is medium-density fiberboard, the countertop is white Carrara marble, and the under-sink storage includes two shelves on each side and three soft-close functional drawers in the middle. If you need even more storage, you can opt for the larger 72-inch option. This bathroom vanity also comes in six finishes so you can choose a color that suits your existing decor.
The sinks, hardware, and backsplash come included, but you will have to purchase faucets and mirrors separately. Unlike some other vanities, this pick doesn’t come fully assembled, so you’ll have to do that before you install it.
Price at time of publish: $2,179
4. Best Bathroom Vanities – FAQS
4.1. What is the average price of a bathroom vanity?
- “Cost depends upon many factors, but a single bowl porcelain console vanity can be as little as a few hundred dollars,” O’Brien says. Built-in custom vanities with cabinetry can cost thousands of dollars, but freestanding pre-fabricated vanities can cost under $1,000 or even $500, depending on the size and type you want.
4.2. What is the most common bathroom vanity size?
- O’Brien says single-sink vanities are generally 24 to 48 inches wide by 20 to 23 inches deep. Double vanities are usually 60 to 72 inches wide, which is more suitable for a shared bathroom.
4.3. Are bathroom vanities easy to install?
- Since plumbing is involved, we suggest professional installation, though you can set up your bathroom vanity without assistance. The entire process takes roughly two hours, but make sure you’re familiar with your plumbing lines and sink piping before beginning.