8 Great Vanities From Rate My Space

If it's time to update your vanity, find inspiration from the thousands of bathrooms posted on HGTV.com. Check out some of our favorite sink/cabinet combinations; scroll down to read what fellow RMSers had to say about the space.

  • This master bathroom in Illinois went from having one long vanity and one sink to his-and-hers pedestal sinks, separated by a lower cabinet that's stylishly topped with granite in a contrasting color. A medicine cabinet above adds extra storage. Design by paintingismypassion.
  • If you like this style vanity, look for antique or reproduction dining room furniture, and then find a mirror that mimics the size, style and shape of the cabinet. Buy a vessel sink that you love, and invest in a great faucet and light fixture. Paint the room a color that contrasts with the furniture, and keep the area clutter free. Design by mmack3090_4620920.
  • A small space doesn't have to be a design disadvantage. This tiny powder room is clearly ready to wow guests with its glass vanity, glass sink and sleek faucet and mirror. Glass subway tiles were laid vertically to make the room seem larger. Design by gdeancooper.
  • This bathroom is inspired by the beauty of Bali. The carved vanity is a converted table, and the mirrors were fashioned with molding. "Zen sinks" add to the organic and exotic feel of this space. Design by BoBendana.
  • This bathroom caught the attention of a RMSer when it was featured on HGTV's Rate My Space. It was chosen as an inspiration room because of its color scheme and use of dark woods with contrasting colors. The modern vanities offer large drawers for storage but still feel open and airy. Design by Tiki262.
  • This master bathroom was designed by NewSquaredID, who said, "The client's home is long and narrow, with wonderful windows and plenty of natural light. The back-to-back built-in vanites with the reverse-mounted sinks allow two people to use the space without being cramped." The custom look is clean and understated.
  • Vanities that resemble furniture are readily available and require minor DIY skills to install. This ornate, Old World-inspired beauty was purchased in a department store. Models like this one are often sold with the countertop and sink. Add a fabulous faucet, and your vanity is complete. Design by RMSer hombudy54.
  • When you have a sculptural sink like this one and alternative storage space, there's no need to clutter the wall with a vanity. Let the Italian beauty be the star and surround it with equally impressive modern elements. Design by Timdreese.
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