The Best Double Vanities to Upgrade Your Bathroom in Style

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Hear us out: double vanities are basically the sofas of bathrooms. They’re usually the central fixture in the room and can set the stage for the look of the entire space while helping to inform decisions ranging from what color towels to choose to which tile would look best in a walk-in shower. So, choosing the right one is an important decision if you’re renovating a bathroom or designing one from scratch. 

Besides the obvious question of size, there’s a lot to consider when it comes to finding the right double vanity for your bathroom. Luckily, there are tons of options to choose from, including budget-friendly double vanities that look way more expensive than they are and plenty of farmhouse, modern, and mid-century designs that can help your bathroom blend in with the rest of your home’s decor.

Here, the best double vanities to consider to help you make this oh-so-important decision.

Our Top Picks

Best Overall: Water Creation Madison 60” Double Bathroom Vanity Set

Water Creation Madison 60” Double Bathroom Vanity Set

This double vanity is a crowd-pleaser thanks to its solid wood construction, marble top and backsplash, and overall sleek look. It has three drawers for storing toiletries, and the cabinets under each sink have shelves for towels and the like. Three finishes are available (gray, espresso, and white), each of which can work with pretty much any bathroom color palette.

The drawer and cabinet pulls are minimal and neutral but could be replaced if you’re going for a custom look. An added bonus: the drawers have soft-close hardware, which is always satisfying.

Best Budget: U-Eway 60” Double Vanity With Porcelain Basin Sinks

U-Eway 60” Double Vanity With Porcelain Basin Sinks

This Amazon find is worth the hype—it comes complete with faucets, porcelain basin sinks, and even matching mirrors for under $700. The great thing about this wallet-friendly find is that you can install the center cabinet in between each sink unit or place it separately somewhere else. This makes it an especially versatile choice for smaller bathrooms. Some assembly is required, but at this price, who could complain?

Best with Mirror: Home Decorators Collection Harrisford 61” Double Vanity

Home Decorators Collection Harrisford 61” Double Vanity

Home Depot’s Home Decorators Collection includes lots of double vanity options, including some sets with mirrors included, such as the Harrisford Double Vanity. It’s available in three colors (though we’re partial to the sage green version) and has a versatile, sleek design. Its ceramic top is pre-drilled for the faucet of your choosing, so it’s also somewhat customizable. Given that the included drawer and cabinet hardware is shiny nickel, we’d recommend a faucet that matches, but you could also install new drawer pulls and cabinet knobs to match whatever faucet you choose for a truly custom look.

Best Floating: Ivy Bronx Jasso 46” Floating Double Vanity

Ivy Bronx Jasso 46” Floating Double Vanity

Floating vanities can help give a bathroom an open and airy feel, and this one from Wayfair is also great for smaller spaces since it comes in at just 46 inches wide. It’s super minimal, with integrated cabinet handles and a simple ceramic top, so it could easily work with most decor styles. Floating double vanities are a little trickier to install than standing ones, but it’s worth it if you’re going for a sleek look. Another advantage is that they make sweeping and mopping underneath a lot easier.

Best Small: Eviva London 48" Double Bathroom Vanity

48" Double Bathroom Vanity

Courtesy of Wayfair

For smaller bathrooms, this 48-inch double vanity is our top pick when it comes to style and durability. It combines a solid wood base (in your choice of three colors) with an elegant Carrara marble top, complete with six drawers and brushed chrome hardware. The fancy marble top feels especially luxe, and the entire piece feels very high-quality—without taking up much space. The cabinets and drawers feature soft-close hardware, and offer plenty of room for all your necessities.

Best Farmhouse: Kitchen Bath Collection Charlotte 60” Double Vanity

Charlotte 60-inch Double Bathroom Vanity

Courtesy of Amazon

If you’re going for a farmhouse chic vibe in your bathroom, this double vanity can help. It has a rustic but polished look thanks to its farmhouse sinks and slatted base, as well as plenty of storage in two spacious drawers. The base is available in lots of colors, all with Carrara marble tops, as well as two sizes ranging from 48 to 72 inches. Single-sink versions are also available in a variety of colors and smaller sizes. This option arrives fully assembled, which is a big timesaver, and it comes with a matching backsplash too.

Best Modern: Rejuvenation Marquam Teak Double Vanity

Marquam Teak Double Vanity

Courtesy of Rejuvenation

Part of the West Elm family, Rejuvenation's Marquam Teak Double Vanity has a classic look that would be great for any modern bathroom. It's made of durable, FSC-certified teak wood with a porcelain countertop, and there are four hardware finishes to choose from to match your faucet, ranging from polished nickel to antique bronze. The streamlined design, wood construction, and narrow legs give it that classic mid-century style, and you can be sure this double vanity will last (and look great) for decades.

Final Verdict

Overall, we recommend the Water Creation Madison Double Vanity (view at Wayfair), due to its excellent storage space, three color options, included backsplash, and reasonable pricing. If you want something even more budget-friendly, we recommend the U-Eway 60-Inch Double Vanity (view at Amazon), which is priced well under $1,000 and comes with plenty of storage.

What to Look for in a Double Vanity

Dimensions

It should go without saying, but: measure twice and cut once. Start your search for a new double vanity by narrowing down the options based on size, both width and depth. While some double vanities could technically fit in your bathroom width-wise, choosing one that’s too deep could prove to be a headache. If you’re replacing an existing double vanity, base your decision on the current one’s dimensions for reference. If you’re choosing a new one for a brand new bathroom, it helps to layout the dimensions with painter’s tape on the floor and walls. 

Also, don’t forget to pay attention to dimensions, such as how far pre-drilled faucet holes are from the sink basins. Some double vanities require faucets with longer necks so they can reach the center (or at least close to it) of the sink basins. This will help prevent lots of frustration in the long run. Also, take under-vanity plumbing into account. Most vanities will work with standard plumbing, but if you’re renovating an older home or one with quirky sink plumbing, you’ll want to make sure your new vanity works with existing plumbing to avoid the cost of reconfiguring things.

Hardware

Your vanity’s drawer and cabinet hardware should match the finish of your faucet and probably the lighting fixtures and mirrors in your bathroom to create a cohesive look. Don’t necessarily let that stop you from buying a double vanity you love that has hardware that doesn’t quite match, though—cabinet knobs and drawer pulls are relatively inexpensive and are easy to replace on your own. Also, pay attention to special features such as self-closing and soft-closing drawers. These features can help make an ordinary double vanity feel a lot more luxe.

Storage

Be honest with yourself with how much storage you need when choosing the right double vanity. It’s possible, but unlikely, that you just need space for your hairdryer and toothbrush. Most of us, however, need a lot more space for toiletries and the like, and a double vanity can easily max out the storage space in your bathroom. Even if you’re currently storing towels and bathroom cleaning supplies elsewhere, consider that the right vanity might let you store them under the sink and help free up some closet space. 

FAQ
  • What is a double vanity?

    As the name suggests, this bathroom vanity layout involves a countertop surface that is twice the size of a single-sink vanity. A double vanity often has matching sinks and other shared features, like mirrors and light fixtures. Having two separate sinks and extra counter space makes it easier to accommodate two people who share a bathroom.

  • How long is a double vanity?

    Double vanities can be customized in several different lengths and depths. Smaller options can hover around 48 to 50 inches, but they can be as long as 88 inches. It depends on the size and shape of the bathroom it’s being installed in and the counter space and sink preferences of the person purchasing it. 

  • What size mirror should you have for a 60-inch double vanity?

    A good rule of thumb is having two to four inches of wall space on each side of the mirror. So, for a 60-inch double vanity, one mirror that’s around 52 to 56 inches will look best. If you’re on the hunt for separate mirrors over each sink, reference the size of the basin or bowl. The same rule remains, look for a mirror that is about two inches less in size.

Why Trust The Spruce?

Tim Minerd covers furniture, home decor, and lighting for The Spruce. To write this article, he focused on double vanities made from quality materials with plenty of storage and lots of style. Additional reporting was done by Sarah Lyon, a home, lifestyle, and wellness writer whose work has appeared in Apartment Therapy, Architectural Digest, The Everygirl, Lonny, MyDomaine, the Wall Street Journal, and more; and Melissa Epifano, a news writer for The Spruce covering trends, decor, and design topics with a deep appreciation for all things interiors and exteriors.

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