Thank you for all of your great feedback last week on the first post of our guest bathroom renovation series! As I mentioned in that post, the design board I created was purely to paint a general idea of the look we’re going for. So, we actually still have to shop for all the products we’ll use in the new space. Today I am sharing a collection of bathroom vanities that are possible contenders for the space!
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Bathroom Vanity Thoughts
Before we dig into all of my bathroom vanity finds, I thought I’d recap just a bit on our plans. As a reminder, here is the design board with the general, overall look we want.
MOOD BOARD SOURCES: Vanity | Pivot Mirrors | Light Fixtures | Vanity Faucet | Faux Greenery | Vase | Towels | Marble Subway Tile | Carrara Mosaic Tile | Memory Foam Bath Mats | Toilet | Moravian Star Light Fixture | Shower Head | Paint Color: Benjamin Moore Simply White
Now that so many vanities come with a solid surface countertop and sink, we’ll likely go that route so we don’t have to order a vanity and then have a custom top fabricated at a stone yard. Since this is our guest bathroom in a Jack and Jill bedroom situation, this doesn’t need to go into “dream bathroom” territory 😉 We’re simply looking for a clean, durable and classic look that will be beautiful for years to come! And if we can save money with an included countertop and sinks, I’m totally okay with that (assuming it’s not an obnoxious stone).
Two other things I didn’t touch on in the post last week, but did come up in comments that I tried to get back to each of you on. For us this bathroom connects the guest bedroom and our den. But they are both technically bedrooms and this is considered a Jack & Jill bath. So, while I would love to do a single sink for actual guest room purposes, I think for resale, it needs to be a double sink since this is technically the “kid’s” bathroom. Along with that, the tub also needs to stay for this reason, since the only other tub in the house is in the master and it’s a jetted tub.
Bathroom Vanities To Consider
I’m actually very much in love with the vanity I used in our moodboard. You may recognize that it matches our new dresser and the bed in our other guest bedroom! Although I had some issues with the delivery of my dresser, I’m willing to possibly try that route again. I may just be a glutton for punishment 😉 But, it’s one of the few unique designs I’ve found that is both classic and with a coastal feel. They also have fairly regular sales where you can take $800-$1,000 off the price. But, I also wanted to explore some other options.
This vanity is another beautiful option and is currently on sale at a pretty great price in the Charcoal Gray (which looks almost navy in the pics) with the Carrara marble top).
I’m currently looking at 60″ vanities, since our space is 67″ wide. So with that, I need options that are finished on the side. Many of the vanity options I’m sharing below come in other size options and color/finish options, as well! I’m wanting something classic with a slight coastal vibe that will be a timeless and durable option!
Following are some of the other vanity options I’ve found so far. Simply click on any of the images below to learn more about each of the items.
Which bathroom vanity is your favorite? Are there any other great options out there that I should know about? I’ve literally never had to buy a bathroom vanity before so I’ve basically just adjusted to whatever has been in each of our houses. So I’d love to hear feedback! Have a great weekend!
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