Top 9 Floating Vanities for Your Next Bathroom Remodel

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Trend alert: wall-mounted vanities are having a moment. They are not only sleek and modern, but also offer some functional benefits. Floating vanities tend to make small bathrooms feel more spacious but still allow for storage (vs. pedestal sinks). It must be that extra few inches of floorspace that creates a sense of openness and illusion of space. Also, that extra few inches of floor space eliminates the nooks and crannies that make the bathroom floor so difficult to keep clean.

At this point, I’ve spent hours poring through all the wall-mounted vanity options for #FlippinBrushy. Today I’m going to save you some time by sharing the best-of floating vanities at various price points for you to bookmark for your next bathroom remodel project.

Wynn 48″ Wall-Mounted Single Bathroom Vanity in Natural Oak with Resin Stone Top by MOD; $1,099

While we did not end up going with this vanity for #FlippinBrushy it was a top contender for sure. The natural wood ton is gorgeous. With ample storage space and soft-closed drawers, this is a practical and beautiful choice.

Beacon 72″ Wall-Mounted Double Bathroom Vanity in Natural Oak by MOD; $1738

Same brand here as the first, similar style with various size options. Simple, understated, and well designed, it is really not surprising this vanity gets such great reviews.

Makoto Floating Single Bathroom Vanity (36″); $2,599

I like the darker counter on the Makoto. I’m imagining it in a powder bath with fun wallpaper.

Batten 72″ White Marble Top and Oak Wood Double Sink Floating Vanity by Crate and Barrel

I’m completely smitten with this beauty from Crate and Barrel, available in 30″ ($1899) or 72″ ($3699). If price were no object I’d snag this one in a heartbeat. With those vertical slats of oak, sleek finger pulls, and honed marble top with perfect gray veining, it’s a winner if your budget can allow.

Render 48″ Wall-Mount Bathroom Vanity by Modway; $787

If you like the Batten Crate and Barrel vanity , but can’t quite swallow the pricetag, this one is for you. This vanity has a similar look with the vertical slats and a mid-century modern vibe. Spoiler alert, we are going with this vanity for the #FlippinBrushy primary, and I can’t wait to see it in person. Is the price just too good to be true? We will find out soon enough.

Geneva 36″ Walnut Single Vanity With Vessel Top; $2887 (27″ and 60″ also available).

This vanity is simply gorgeous and looks expensive. It comes with a couple of marble options and several hardware and finish options to suit your needs. Actually, I noticed that many of the floating vanity options are without hardware so it’s nice to see such a great option with hardware. I am also loving the look of this vessel sink pared with a wall-mounted faucet.

40″ Bisbee Wall-Mount Vanity and Sink – Sage Green with Warm Oak Frame; $1,699

I have to admit, this isn’t normally a look I would gravitate towards, but for a fun kid’s bath or for a bold statement in a modern home, I’m loving the punch of color! The sage green and oak combo is so good! If you haven’t noticed the fluted panels are clearly trending and I’m definitely a fan of the added texture and interest.

48″ Dita Wall-Mount Vanity with Rectangular Undermount Sink – Black – Carrara Marble Widespread; $2749

If you’re going for a moody, mid-century modern look, this is the vanity for you. The Dita also comes in 30″, 42″, and 72″

Baylor Floating Open Storage Double Bathroom Vanity (72″); $3,299

West Elm’s Baylor vanity stands out with a very bright and crisp look. The storage design on floating vanities is not always so great, but this vanity gets an A+ with open shelving for towels and two spacious pull out drawers for other essentials. Note this also comes in a single 42″ vanity.

Montague Floating Single Bathroom Vanity (60“); $3,599

Last on our list is the Montague which also comes in a 48″ width.

Which is your favorite?

Happy shopping!

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