2015 design trends in bathroom vanities

Categories: Blog | Posted: January 22, 2015

Beautiful sink in a bathroom

Bathrooms have evolved into more thoughtfully designed spaces that afford luxury, comfort, and convenience. The bathroom vanity is a focal point in the bathroom, and bath designers are giving us an extensive array of vanity styles to capture the unique look.

In 2015, design trends in bathroom vanities continue to present exciting ways to change the look of the room—from casual to sophisticated, contemporary to Old World.

One of the design trends that continues to gain popularity is the double-sink vanity. Whether a bathroom is shared by a couple, roommates, or a family, the extra sink gives everyone more room for personal care tasks.

Bathroom vanities are also looking less like cabinets and more like fine furniture. Whatever style you use in your home’s décor can continue into the bathroom. Rustic, antique, modern—whatever suits your taste. You can choose sleek, clean lines or carved and claw-footed. The vanity can be wall-mounted, like it’s floating in the room, with space underneath, instead of installed on the floor.

Bathroom vanities are also designed to accommodate the new sink styles, like the self-rimming, undermount, and popular vessel sinks, giving you more flexibility for getting the look you want.

The countertop reflects another design trend in bathroom vanities. Like their kitchen counterparts, bathroom counters are now styled with granite, marble, tile, wood, and solid surface material (a combination of crushed stones, like quartz, set in resin). Each one provides a durable surface that stands up to the water and chemicals (soaps, cleaners) commonly used in a bathroom.

By combining all of these options, you can create a signature focal point in your bathroom.


Martha Clifford

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