By a show of digital hands, how many people have put off remodeling your bathroom due to cost, long lead times, construction, or just feeling overwhelmed? Well folks, you are not alone – ME, TOO. Of course I’m currently designing THREE bathrooms for our new house, which all have to be done by the end of next week. As I was pinning the heck out of vanities, I realized that a vanity roundup was more than necessary so you don’t have to spend the 19 hours that I did to find the right vanity (which of course now we might be custom making or maybe going with vintage).
But first, lets talk bathroom options – 1). You can go vintage, which is what I did in our recent guest bathroom renovation where I used a dresser that we had retro fit to accommodate the plumbing and a vessel on top. I love the way that it looks and the vintage vibe that it brings into the room, but it does require time, some custom woodworking and it can be expensive depending on the piece of furniture you use.
2.) Custom, which is what Orlando did in his bathroom in the below pic and we love for his space. Custom allows you to really work it to fit any space, style and any specific requirements you have. So while the ease and functionality may be great it can also come with a hefty pricetag. 3.) IKEA, this is the very user friendly and affordable option which most of the time can be DIYed on the weekend. The cost is low but their styles may not be for everyone; and for those of you looking to enjoy your vanity for years and years to come, it may not be the best option as far as longevity goes. 4.) Last but not least we have pre-made. These guys come fully finished (some with plumbing included and basically everything you need minus the faucet. Years ago the only places you would see these were at your big box home improvement stores and most were so bad that you would never think to put them in your bathroom. But, there are so many good ones out there on the market now at affordable prices; they are definitely worth taking a second look.
So, today we have round up 68 of our favorite ready-made, prebuilt, online vanities. These are all ready to be ordered online and we pulled together a few different price points to make everyone happy. We haven’t seen most of these in person so we can’t vouch for their quality but man are some of them good. Be sure to check below to see which ones are my favorites.
I am very into #3 for a kids room. It has a little built in pull out stool which can be tucked in after use. #15 for a powder room or guest bathroom is also a good option what with its plentiful amount of closed storage.
1. Brooks Vanity | 2. Classic Mini Vanity | 3. Portsmouth Vanity | 4. Simpli Vanity | 5. Kelly Vanity | 6. Belmont Vanity | 7. Brooks White Vanity | 8. Cannes Vanity | 9. Union Square Vanity | 10. Dove Grey Vanity | 11. Chelsea Vanity | 12. White Vanity Set | 13. Thompson Vanity | 14. Winterfell Vanity | 15. Pewter Vanity | 16. Yosemite Vanity | 17. Hampton Bay Vanity | 18. Phoenix Vanity | 19. Charleston Vanity | 20. Sonoma Vanity
If you have room for #18 I love all the countertop surface that it has, or if modern is your vibe then I am very into #20.
1. Urban Loft Vanity | 2. Virtu Vanity | 3. Danville Vanity | 4. Foremost Vanity | 5. Ripley Vanity | 6. Birch Vanity | 7. Loft Vanity | 8. White Bathroom Vanity | 9. Chloe Vanity | 10. Catania Vanity | 11. Tribeca Vanity | 12. Paige Vanity | 13. Providence Vanity | 14. Madison Vanity | 15. Chesapeake Vanity | 16. Campo Vanity | 17. Savannah Vanity | 18. Cream Vanity | 19. Claxby Vanity | 20. Godmorgon Vanity | 21. Fraser Vanity | 22. Ella Vanity | 23. Hemnes Vanity | 24. Montaigne Vanity | 25. Cannes Grey Vanity | 26. Sadie Vanity | 27. Brentwood Vanity | 28. Winterfell Grey Vanity | 29. Cashmere Grey | 30. Harper Vanity | 31. Savoy Vanity | 32. Tennaby Vanity
At under $400 a piece these are all such good options, but #10 at $299 is so simple and pretty and #13 would look so pretty in an all white bathroom with a simple white penny tile on the floor (good for my new powder room in the english cottage?).
I’m shocked at how much I love this roundup. YES, I am designing 3 bathrooms right now but I feel like vanities are one of those things that is daunting and not terribly fun to shop for. There you have it – 68 that we highly recommend (based on looks and price).
1. Spa Vanity | 2. Ashen Vanity | 3. Hemnes Vanity | 4. Danville Vanity | 5. Cedar Cove Vanity | 6. Hemnes Dark Brown Vanity | 7. Seal Harbor Vanity | 8. Godmorgon Vanity | 9. Stancliff Vanity | 10. Claxby Vanity | 11. Fullen Vanity | 12. Single Vanity | 13. Cranbury Vanity | 14. Legion Vanity | 15. Abbotsford Vanity | 16. Godmorgon Vanity
So what do you think, which ones are your favorite or are there any that might work in your own bathrooms? Or are you still having a hard time pulling triggers… like I did for so long? If any of you have tried any of these please let us know in the comments below.
Need more bathroom inspiration? Check these out: Guest Bathroom Reveal, Master Bathroom Reveal, Sylvia’s Makeover: A Quick Bathroom Refresh, Brady Gives A Refresh To His Vintage Bathroom, Modern Old-World Master Bathroom.