Vanities | Statement Pieces for Your Master Bath
Choosing a vanity for your bathroom remodel can be a time-consuming process. (After all, that’s how you landed here, right?) Whether you are researching vanities for small bathrooms or unique vanities with lots of storage, you’re not just looking for a piece to hold a sink. You’re looking for a statement piece that can hold its own.
A look through a few recent projects in our favorite neighborhoods in Boston’s MetroWest area tells us you’re not alone. Here’s what our homeowners chose for their bathroom remodel projects.
There’s a growing trend to repurpose vintage desks and dressers as vanity pieces, although few homeowners have the time or the skill to make them fully functional. That’s why we love this wood-toned conversation starter for a charming half-bath. It stands like a piece of furniture without having to reinvent the plumbing. Not only that, its honey stain warms up the deep turquoise walls and practically invites you to peek in its drawers. Not that you would, of course.
All the Right Angles
Sleek lines and smoothed edges have cornered the modern aesthetic, and this trim full bath squares up in marvelous ways. This stately vanity, with its inset accents and full-circle knobs, nestles into the tiled floor and wall with quiet resolve. The bathroom has a lot to say, and this vanity holds its own without interrupting the conversation.
Don’t let this demure black vanity fool you—it’s amazingly nimble in tight spaces. It may not look like much, but that porcelain sink is as luxurious as it gets. Politely tucked away in the corner to leave plenty of room for everything else, the abundant sink and rolled edges are soft to touch and easy to reach, thanks in part to the oversized bowl.
Tradition with a Twist
This classy single vanity is proud of all its details. From each framed drawer to its wraparound moldings, it wears its black countertop like a bowtie on a tuxedo shirt. Not just a pretty face, it lives to serve with plenty of storage for this master bath, all within arm’s reach.
Sink into Symmetry
When a bathroom has to serve two masters, a synchronized effort works best. This double vanity also doubles the storage while offering a clutter-free outlet on its side to keep everything within reach. The glass tile backsplash adds another layer of style and function while anchoring the matching mirrors. (Explore the rest of this master bathroom remodel here).