Space Savers

Tight spot? Not to worry, there are tons of petite vanities available. Some, even, with storage! Our most popular seller, the Archer, is big on style, yet small in size, measuring only 24”in width. Click here for a full selection of petite vanities.

Archer

Wall-mount

For an uber-contemporary look, try a wall-mount vanity. The no-fuss styling and clean lines create a fashion-forward environment, and make cleaning a breeze. Paired with a wall-mount toilet, your bathroom will become a simple, yet luxurious, minimalist retreat. Duravit’s Happy-D line is one such example.

Happy D

Drawers

Many vanities on the market now feature a multitude of drawers, in place of standard doors. Drawers can often better organize your bathroom “cargo”. Drawers also add interest to the piece, and again, emulate the look of furniture. Kohler’s Ballard vanity is tiny but holds more than enough in its spacious drawers.

Ballard

Open Shelf

Choosing vanities with open-areas helps to achieve an open airy feel in the bathroom. The Persuade open-shelf vanity allows you to showcase decorative items or towels on the lower shelf, while still concealing toiletries in the two drawers.

Persuade

Metal Legs

Metal sink legs are a versatile option for any style of bathroom. Leg stands are available multiple metal finishes, sizes and styles, from vintage-looking, like the American Standard Retrospect to minimalist, like the Kohler Kathryn.

Retrospect
Kathryn

Furniture Legs

Vanities with integrated legs create the look of a piece of furniture. The Bella has clean simple legs which are a cross between modern and old-world. Ornate and antique-looking vanities usually often showcase wonderfully carved legs like the Jamaica by Fairmont.

Bella
Jamaica

Semi-recessed Bowls

The Tuxedo line of vanities, by Fairmont, has the porcelain bowl cut right into the cabinet. This functions as a space-saver, as it allows for a bigger bowl surface, yet a smaller cabinet. This also adds visual interest.

Tuxedo

Curved Front

Some vanities have curved, or bowed fronts, which, heightens the visual impact, and adds to the “furniture” look. The Madison, shows off its intricate detail, with a marble countertop following the same curved line.

Madison

High Laquer

For that Ultra-Mod look, the Mirror-wall Vanities from Duravit feature clean simple lines, in a highly reflective, glossy finish. These pieces, ranging in colours form cherry red to pastel blue, to avocado green, can evoke a retro-feel, when paired with the right faucet and décor.

Mirror-wall

Seeing double

Choosing a double vanity for a master bath is a great idea, for both convenience and organization. The Vermont double affords storage area, a basin and a tap for each individual user.

Vermont

Share the Love

Sharing the same trough sink suddenly makes washing up an exciting, romantic endeavour!! The Duravit sink is showcased on console table. Extremely minimal in design, yet effective

Share the Love

Accessories

Some vanities feature metal holders for your styling tools. So your curling iron and blow-dryer can be neatly stored inside, and ready to use at any time. Other accessories include built-in GFI’s and jewelry drawer dividers.

Accessories

Additional components

Depending on the vanity line, additional components may be available to match the main piece. These can include stools, linen towers, medicine cabinets, and mirrors. The XL stool/seat from Duravit is a perfect match to the full line of XL cabinetry.

XL Stool

Line-Matched

Many vanities are part of a line-matched suite. For example, the Kelston line has a complete offering of complimentary pieces to co-ordinate with its petite vanity, such as a toilet, faucet, and accessories.

Kelston