You've come to the right place if you are looking for a large bathroom vanity 73 inches wide or more. Here you will find single and double sink vanities up to 122 inches wide (10 foot vanity).
When shopping for a bathroom vanity, several details should be considered to ensure you select the right one for your needs and design preferences.
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Measure the available space in your bathroom to determine the size constraints of the vanity, ensuring that it fits comfortably within the designated area and allows for proper functionality and movement in the bathroom.
The standard width of large vanities includes 72 inches (6 foot bathroom vanity), 80 inches, and 84 inch vanities (7 foot vanity). Standard means you will find more selections in these sizes.
While the standard depth for bath vanities is 22 inches, we also have several narrow depth vanity options under 20 inches.
The standard bathroom vanity height used to be 32 inches but has been raised to 36 inches to match the standard height of kitchen countertops. If you need the countertop to be higher, consider a wall-mount vanity that provides height flexibility.
We offer large vanities in multiple styles, no matter your design preference. Whether you prefer modern, traditional, transitional, rustic, or another style, choose a vanity that complements the overall design scheme. Consider the vanity's shape, finish, and detailing, such as the cabinet doors, drawer fronts, and hardware.
The fundamental principles of modern bathroom design are simplicity, clean lines, functionality, and a focus on natural materials.
Traditional bathroom design can encompass different styles, such as Victorian, Georgian, or Colonial, each with unique characteristics. The goal is to create a timeless and elegant space that pays homage to classic design elements.
Transitional bathroom design offers the flexibility to adapt to evolving design trends while maintaining a timeless and inviting atmosphere. It provides a bridge between traditional and contemporary styles, making it a popular choice for those seeking a harmonious and balanced aesthetic.
Rustic bathroom design aims to create a warm and inviting retreat that celebrates the beauty of natural materials and a connection with the countryside. It embraces imperfections and the patina of time to evoke a sense of comfort and nostalgia.
A freestanding bathroom vanity is a self-supporting unit not attached to the wall or built into the bathroom structure. It is a standalone piece of furniture specifically designed for use in bathrooms.
A wall-mount bathroom vanity, also known as a floating vanity or wall-hung vanity, is mounted directly on the wall without any support from the floor. It is popular for modern and contemporary bathroom designs, offering a sleek and minimalist aesthetic.
When shopping for large bathroom vanities, choose from various finish options: oak, walnut, mahogany, cherry, gray, espresso, blue, black and white.
Consider the material options for the vanity countertop, such as quartz, granite, marble, or solid surface materials. Consider factors like durability, maintenance requirements, and aesthetic appeal when selecting the countertop material.
You can also purchase long bathroom vanities with no countertop to further customize.
Beyond selecting a single or double sink vanity, decide on the type of sink configuration you prefer, such as integrated, undermount, or vessel bathroom sinks.
An integrated bathroom sink, also known as an integral or one-piece sink, is a type of sink that is seamlessly incorporated into the countertop surface.
An undermount bathroom sink, also known as an under-counter sink, is a type of sink that is installed beneath the countertop surface. Undermount sinks are mounted from below, creating a seamless and clean look.
A vessel bathroom sink, also known as a vessel sink or bowl sink, sits on top of the bathroom countertop or vanity. It is designed to resemble a freestanding bowl or basin, creating a striking and visually appealing focal point in the bathroom.
Ensure that the vanity you choose can accommodate the plumbing configuration in your bathroom. Check the location of the plumbing connections (such as drain and water supply lines) and ensure they align with the vanity's design and installation requirements.
Consider the type of faucet you prefer and ensure the vanity has the appropriate number of pre-drilled holes to ensure compatibility and prevent any potential issues during installation.
Assess your storage requirements and choose a vanity with good storage options. Consider the number and size of drawers, cabinets, or shelves needed to accommodate your toiletries, towels, and other bathroom essentials.
Assess the quality and durability of the vanity, including the materials used, construction, and hardware. Look for solid construction, sturdy materials, and reliable hardware to ensure the longevity and functionality of the vanity.
Determine your budget for the vanity purchase and consider options within your price range. Balancing quality, features, and aesthetics with your budget will help you find the best value for your investment.
By considering these details when shopping for a bathroom vanity, you can find a suitable option that meets your functional needs, design preferences, and budget while enhancing your bathroom space's overall look and functionality.