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An increasingly popular choice for jack-and-jill and master bathrooms alike, the double vanity has been credited for saving many a relationship. Why? Double vanities offer two sinks for side-by-side toothbrushing, making it easier for couples or families that share a bathroom to get ready at the same time. Besides the two sinks, double vanities typically include loads of storage, a must for active bathrooms that are accommodating more than one person. A double vanity that looks good and provides the space you all need to get ready together is a great addition to a shared bathroom — and one with increasing resale value, too.
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Best Overall: Vinnova Gela 60” Double Vanity
The best double vanity for most people will be a classic style that can work in many kinds of spaces. The right vanity can elevate a plain bathroom to make it look upscale or seamlessly enhance a more formal master bath. It should provide adequate storage and plenty of counter space to line up toothbrushes, makeup, jewelry boxes and more. A relative newcomer in the bathroom cabinet space, gray-painted wood is increasingly popular and works with a range of wall paint colors and floor tile styles, and Carrera marble is the new go-to for a luxe-looking countertop. This vanity is raised on tapered feet for an elegant furniture look and includes a mix of cabinets and drawers to maximize storage.
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Best Budget: Home Decorators Collection Hamilton 61” Double Vanity
Whether you’re trying to get the biggest bank for your buck or trying to make an inexpensive upgrade before putting your home on the market, a good-value double vanity is a must. But even a lower-cost vanity can look good when done in crisp, classic white. To save price-wise, look for slightly smaller-scale vanities made using a mix of wood and veneers instead of all wood. Despite the low price, this double vanity has elegant turned-wood feet and shutter-style cabinets for an upscale feel.
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Best Tower: Barnwood Double Sink Vanity with Tower
If you’re putting your double vanity into a bathroom shared by two or more family members, storage is definitely key. Adding a tower to the vanity — a column or shelving in the middle that blends in with the cabinetry — is a way to add storage with a built-in look. It can also help to make a large space feel cozier by creating two distinct zones for getting ready instead of just one large one. This made-to-order vanity is crafted from reclaimed wood and can be customized to suit your individual needs. It’s shown in the 80 inch version but can be scaled up or down depending on the size of your space.
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Best With Mirror: Urban Furnishings 60” Jocelyn Vanity Set
While having two sinks is great, you need more than just a sink to put on makeup, shave or blowdry your hair. Finding the perfect mirror to coordinate with your double vanity can be challenging. You can choose either a single large mirror, or two smaller ones, but you have to make sure proportions and style should work well with the vanity below. To take the guesswork out of the process, some vanities are sold with one or two matching mirrors. This transitional-style vanity comes with a wide mirror to match the vanity below, and the set is available in three contemporary colors. The finish on the mirrors will match the vanity exactly, so it’s a foolproof way to pair a vanity with a mirror.Continue to 5 of 8 below.
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Best Floating: Finley 54” Double Vanity
A modern take on the vanity, a wall-hung, floating double vanity can be a key piece in a contemporary bathroom. It can also make the vanity appear smaller and less bulky in the space, since the clear area below the vanity gives it some room to “breathe.” This trendy double vanity does just that, while still offering drawers for storage and a hidden space the sink’s plumbing. It has an elegant integrated sink and countertop and comes in five chic colors. The clean lines, flat-front panels and horizontally-oriented wood grain, along with the thin, wide hardware keep the piece from feeling bulky, even in darker stains.
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Best Open Shelving: Home Decorators Collection 60” Aberdeen Double Vanity
While many double vanities are built as closed cabinet to provide storage and conceal plumbing, a vanity with open shelves can have a lighter, brighter feel that works especially well in smaller spaces. It should still provide storage and hide pipes, but if you don’t have that much stuff and would rather have the space below to use for stacked towels and decorative baskets, a double vanity with a large open shelf is a great pick and more of a furniture feel than cabinet-style double vanities. This classic white vanity has a marble top and elegant legs to make your bathroom feel spacious.
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Best for Small Bathrooms: Silkroad Exclusive 48” Baltic Brown Double Vanity
While having two sinks is amazing, not all bathrooms, especially those in older homes, were built with a double vanity in mind. Fortunately, you can still find vanities that hold two sinks within a narrower footprint so you don’t have to totally renovate your bathroom to fit them in there! This vanity is just 48” wide, the size of some larger single-sink vanities, but still comfortably holds two sinks. The traditional wood stain and molding details give the double vanity a traditional styling that will elevate a simple bathroom.
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Best for Large Bathrooms: Martha Stewart Living Lynn 72” Midnight Blue Vanity
Whether you live in a newer construction or are renovating your place to make room for the ultimate master bathroom, a roomy double vanity is a must! If you have a large bathroom, a single, stunning double vanity can set the tone for the entire room and provide plenty of storage for all your needs. This vanity is done in midnight blue paint, a new alternative to white or black that works well in a variety of bathroom styles, from farmhouse to traditional and everything in between. Behind the cabinet doors are divided drawers to keep your toiletries extra-organized.