After deciding on white quartz countertops for the upstairs bathroom, we wanted to go with white vanities as well.
We looked around at Home Depot. Choosing a bathroom vanity comes with a lot of decisions: width, height, color, drawers vs. cabinets, cabinet handles.
Width and height
Due to the size of our bathroom, we were looking for two vanities, both 30 inches wide (32 inches with an inch of counter overhang on each side) and 34 inches tall.
We had this height vanity in our Cincinnati bathroom, and we loved it. Older vanities were about 30-32 inches tall, which just seems short after having a taller one.
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Color and storage options
We decided on a white vanity. It had one cabinet door on the left and two drawers on the right.
Seemed like great storage – and we liked the look of the drawers versus the typical two cabinet door vanity. What storage options do you prefer in a vanity?
Once the vanities were installed, we loved them!
There was one small problem: these vanities came with bronze cabinet pulls, and we had already decided to go with silver accessories in our bathroom.
I found silver handles at Target. I put them on the vanity, and they looked great! I kept the bronze handles just in case down the road we decided to switch out our color scheme. Hey, you never know!
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