Tip #1: Choose open storage for showcasing heirlooms or linens, closed storage for cleaning supplies and personal affects. Look at your current bathroom and storage and determine your ideal design. This bathroom vanity, from the Vintner’s Collection, incorporates reclaimed wine staves and boasts open storage shelving and closed storage drawers. There’s even a “secret” removable front panel for easy plumbing access and hidden storage!

Tip #2: Vanities that resemble dressers are a great way to get plenty of drawer storage.

Tip #3: A wall-mounted vanity can create the illusion of more space in a tight bathroom or powder room.

Zaca 48in Wall Mount (VNS48S) with Slate Trough (NSL4819-S)

Zaca Wall MountWith NativeStone Trough

Example: Zaca Wall Mount holds NativeStone Trough while leaving plenty of open space below.  It’s also ADA compliant!

Tip #4: A spacious master bath may include dual vanities with a bridge or storage shelving between.

Example: Look no further than our Americana Collection. Two 36″ Americana reclaimed wood bath vanities are “his & hers” perfectly paired with an Americana Cubby and Americana Hutch combination tower.  (Americana Cubby and Hutch are no longer available.)

Tip #5: Make sure you have plenty of space for foot traffic around your vanity – especially when the doors are open. Don’t have room for doors? Consider an open vanity.

Example: Cuzco steel bathroom vanity leaves foot traffic entirely up to your design.
For more tips on selecting a vanity, read this For Residential Pros article with insights from our Founder, Naomi Neilson Howard.