1. Ancient towns such as Spa, Belgium and Bath, England gave their names to today's hydrotherapeutic luxuries. Traditional bathroom vanity cabinets in 18th- and 19th-century furniture styles evoke the classic architecture of that age, with carved pilasters, shaped feet, and antique fixtures and finishes to complement your old-fashioned clawfoot tub.
2. Who says vanity and modesty can't live together in harmony? Traditional single sink bathroom vanities in the Shaker and Mission styles feature smaller sizes and simpler lines, with designs that emphasize the natural charms of wood.
3. Grandeur and ornamentation were typical of the style of Queen Victoria's England, when Gothic and floral motifs flourished in interior and furniture design. Our Victorian single sink bathroom vanity styles are suitably regal, with highly decorative accents and metal hardware.
4. Contemporary style isn't the only reason to consider a modern single sink vanity for your bathroom. Another is size: most of our contemporary single sink bathroom vanities are less than 36 inches wide.
5. Wood vanity cabinets featuring authentic hardwood construction and natural hardwood finishes are fine furniture for master bathrooms and powder rooms. Our selection includes cabinet and chest-style vanities, as well as wall-mounted bathroom vanities in cherry, maple, mahogany, oak, and walnut.
6. Beautiful as it may be, a natural wood finish doesn't go with everything—a SpongeBob shower curtain, for example. Our single sink bathroom vanities in black, brown, espresso, and white finishes offer a more neutral palette for eclectically decorated bathrooms.
7. Metal pedestals are unique bathroom vanities for contemporary interiors and small or half baths with minimal storage needs. A metal bathroom vanity with vessel sink would be a clean, compact solution for minimalist bathroom decors with glass shower doors.
8. Marble vs. Granite may sound like Fred Flintstone's dilemma at the ballot box, but it's also a difficult decision for bathroom decorators. Marble bathroom vanity countertops have the advantage of inimitable elegance and swirling colors, but granite bathroom vanity countertops are preferred for their hardness, durability, and scratch resistance.
9. Glass and ceramic are perennially popular alternatives to marble and granite bathroom vanities, but travertine is the ideal lower-cost choice for decorators who prefer the qualities of stone. Travertine bathroom vanity countertops are made from a natural limestone that's white, tan, or cream in color.
10. Need a sink and mirror in a non-bathroom spot? Wall-mounted vanities can be useful furnishings in guest bedrooms or adjacent to a master bathroom or bedroom.