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Bathroom Vanities in Madisonville

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Bathroom Vanity Ideas

Guide to Designing Your Bathroom Vanity


Before deciding on finishes, fixtures, or color, you need to know where your vanity is going to go, and how big of a vanity you need. A common vanity layout is horizontal vanities with one cabinetry section. This layout is efficient with its available storage and counter space. 

Number of Sinks

How many sinks do you want? Many homeowners prefer double sinks, space permitting. Vanities that are smaller than 60 inches wide typically have one sink. If greater than 60, you can accommodate an additional sink, or use the extra room for counter space.

Type of Sink

You can pick a type of sink like an undermount, drop-in, vessel, or wall-mount. Then you pick what color you want, and what material it is made of. Undermount sinks are popular because it provides a seamless look. Vessel sinks are popular due to being able to choose patterns, designs, and custom shapes. They are more work to clean, however. Drop-in sinks have lips that rest on top of your counter.


When picking fixtures, be coordinated with the rest of your vanity design and color selection. Settle on a finish and then choose a style. 


Do you want wall-mounted lighting, recessed lighting, or sconce lights?

Do you want a built-in mirror? Or maybe a decorative mirror?

What kind of cabinet pulls and knobs do you want?

Do you want a detailed faucet design? Or perhaps more simple and modern?


Time to focus on vanity design. Traditional vanity cabinets have you consider: paint vs. stain, the color you want, different door styles, and whether you would prefer drawers vs. doors vs. pullouts.

Other options to consider include freestanding vanities or a floating vanity.


There are a number of materials you can pick from. You might even have leftovers from a kitchen remodel. Options include quartz, marble, granite, marble, laminate, concrete, wood, and solid surface. 

The most popular options are quartz and granite, due to durability, high-quality material, and designer patterns. Marble tends to scratch more easily and is less moisture tolerant. Wood and laminate are budget-friendly but don't tolerate moisture well either.

Bathroom Vanities Madisonville: Buying Guide

There are 6 vanity types.

  1. Pedestal - which requires minimal space, but offers no counter or storage space. It can work with any home style and is easy to install.
  2. Free Standing - A great option for a master bath. Its square/rectangle shape can support 2 sinks.
  3. Floating - A wall-mounted vanity. Offers an open, contemporary look with floor space underneath. 
  4. Vessel - Sits above your counter. Can come in intricate patterns and designs.
  5. Under-mounted sink - Built in basin mounted below the countertop. This is a sleek, smooth style, but has limited space underneath the sink. Also requires a professional to install.
  6. Cabinet - Vanity cabinets are popular due to customization. Pull-out drawers, lots of door and hardware styles, etc.

White bathroom vanities are very popular. It offers a stunning, versatile centerpiece that works with most interiors.

Vanities should not be identical in all bathrooms. You can however match specific elements to create a unified feeling in the house. For example, you might match the style, color palette, countertop material, fixtures, or backsplash!

Standard widths for vanities are:

  • 24 inches
  • 30 inches
  • 36 inches
  • 48 inches
  • 60 inches
  • 72 inches

The standard depth is about 20 to 21 inches.

Bathroom vanities do typically come with sinks but typically do not come with faucets. 

When it comes to bathroom vanity colors, you can get creative. Stronger accent colors work to bring a pop of color into the bathroom without taking over the room. If you want to go for a classic look, you can opt for cabinets that are a shade or two darker than the wall.

The material you pick should withstand high humidity and moisture levels. It should also support the countertop and sink weight. 


There are 4 options you should consider:

  • Solid Wood - The strongest, most durable material for a bathroom. Offers a classic touch. Over time it can shrink and expand, depending on humidity levels.
  • Plywood - Great option for those looking for an in-between on quality and prices. 
  • MDF - Most budget-friendly option. Easy to paint, allowing customization. If water penetrates the surface, it can lead to damage.
  • Poly Vinyl Chloride - Cost-effective option, gaining popularity overseas. 100% water-resistant. Smooth surface, easy to clean.


For a single sink vanity, the average size is 36 inches wide.


For a double sink vanity, the average size is 72 inches wide.


Standard height is 31 inches high, and standard depth is 20-21 inches deep.

Due to all the customization options, there is no one average vanity cost. However, most vanities range from $300 to $3800.

This will vary based on bathroom size, vanity size, if you need to install new plumbing lines, remove a wall, install backsplash, etc. Installing a new vanity can cost anywhere from $300 to $3,800, with $1,500 being average. 

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