Are you in love with your bathroom? If not, maybe it’s a good time to book a little renovation project to fall in love with your very own private spa.
Bathrooms are one of the places that can make a grand impression, especially on your guests. We underestimate how much time we actually spend in the bathroom, so it makes sense to put a little effort into making it as cozy and special as possible. If you don’t have an excessive budget, the good news is that with just a few small extra touches you can make it feel more luxurious and special.
When choosing between double sink vanities and single ones, consider the practical elements of your daily routine and pick one that makes the most sense. Even though double vanities look gorgeous, they might not be necessarily the best solution for you, for example, if you have a small bathroom or usually get up different times than your partner/husband so there is no need to worry about sharing a sink.
Get inspired and let us know which one was your favorite!
Victorian Style Vanity
Gorgeous and grand would be the words to describe this beauty!
Gold & Brass
Very modern approach with lots of golden touches and simplistic design.
Beautiful color and design of this vanity set makes you feel like you’re staying at your grandma’s place.
White Double Vanity
Statement option with plenty of drawers to store your clutter.
One of the most popular designs combining hard materials like iron with Scandinavian simplicity.
Perfect option if you have kids that are sharing bathroom.
Fancy getting a little creative?
Vanity & Beauty Corner
Makeup desk in a bathroom, under a window – genius idea!
Wood & plants – beautiful symphony.
Farmhouse Double Vanity
Another farmhouse bathroom, featuring two vanity sinks and round mirrors.
A touch of exotic – this marble sink works really well with vibrant wallpaper.
Upcycled vanity sink.
Minimalist with Drawers
Simple and practical.
Perfect for small apartments where you want double vanity sinks. Think mirrors and smaller sinks will work perfectly for a limited space like this one.
Dresser to Double Vanity
A little DIY project if you want to save money.
Another option for kids bathroom.
Wood looks gorgeous, especially when combined with metal and stone materials.
Dresser to Vanity Sink
Upcycled dresser turned vanity sink.