36+ Wood Bathroom Vanity Ideas
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Small Vanity with Black Hardware and Green Subway Tile Backsplash
If you have a small space, make it cozy and add a statement feature so that you won’t even notice the bathroom’s smallness. Here, this Scandinavian bathroom uses floral-pattern shower curtains that bring pops of colors, making it homey. The small wall-mounted vanity adds a tiny, warm gesture to the wall, while the green subway tile backsplash injects serenity. For one final touch, the black hardware paints a sense of contrast with the cream-painted walls.
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Industrial Bathroom with Wood Bathroom Vanity Ideas and Wood Countertop
Here, the wood floating vanity topped by a wood countertop envelops the bathroom with warmth. The black-framed glass enclosure of the shower room brings an industrial edge to the design. The LED mirror introduces a high-end product, which keeps the bathroom in line with industrial home designs.
Wood Bathroom Vanity Ideas
Bathroom vanities consist of different compartments, from sink to storage, hardware, and vanity top. That’s why they are one of the key pieces of furniture in bathroom designs. In other words, with one furniture piece, you just get to wash your hands, aestheticize your bathroom, and are provided with storage. Available in different materials and designs, these bathroom vanities also pave the way for limitless design possibilities. And whether you want your bathroom to lean into a modern or classical look, wood bathroom vanity ideas find embodiment in various design options that will fit into the image you have.
Ranging from basins to double vanities, cane-front ones, dark/ light colored cabinets, and floating vanities, wood bathroom vanity ideas are diverse. And they are dedicated to catering to the needs of modern design functional and aesthetic tenets. To give you a better idea, here we gathered multiple wood bathroom vanity designs for you. Just read on to get inspired.
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Wood Bathroom Vanity Ideas with White KitKat Backsplash and Vessel Sinks
This contemporary bathroom nods to Scandinavian designs by juxtaposing white and wood elements. First, it goes with a white kit kat tile backslash that creates a sophisticated and clean backdrop. The white grout between the tiles furthers the brightness of the backsplash, while it stretches from floor to ceiling for full impact. The wood floating vanity, by contrast, softens and downplays this brightness with an organic touch. And its flat-front cabinet doors support the clean-line profile of the bathroom. Round-edged mirrors, brass hardware, and a duo of vessel sinks stand out as further enriching features. They bring warmth, texture, and soft aesthetics.
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Square Tile Backsplash and Wood Vanity with Colorful Runner
This contemporary bathroom is tinged with a boho feel that oozes a sense of authenticity. Though, at first sight, it looks like a typical design with wood floating vanity, white backsplash, and a runner. The small details make the design truly pop. For example, the colorful layers that draw a pattern of heart on the runner are a whimsical touch that brings coziness. The intriguing wood-carved seating with wood vanity incorporates warming wood shades and texture. The stone-look light-gray porcelain tiles clad the walls for the sake of a neutral setup. Their large formats make cleaning more practical as they bring less grout. Yet above all, what sets this bathroom apart is the use of brown grout between the white square tiles. It adds further warmth to the bathroom to assist the wood pieces of furniture.
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White Vanity Top with Vessel Sink and Gray Tile Backsplash
To create visual diversity, using two types of backsplashes are pretty popular in bathrooms. While some designers prefer it to distinguish between the different sections – shower zoom and vanity-, some love splitting the bathroom into two halves horizontally. The latter is showcased by this contemporary bathroom. Here, the large gray tiles serve as the main backsplash, while the white square tiles clad the top part of the walls. This way, the bathroom gains a dynamic and is given an urban feel. In the rest, the single sink vanity adds a mid-century flair. The white countertop and vessel sink brighten up the look. The walk-through shower is only separated via a glass division that maintains visual connectivity. As such the cohesiveness of the design is preserved. Lastly, the wall niche makes for a practical detail to store shampoos and body lotions.
What is the best wood for bathroom vanities?
Considering that bathrooms are wet rooms, it is important to go with materials with high resistance to humidity and water splashes. And solid wood is one of the best bathroom vanity materials both in aesthetic and functional terms. Made of oak, maple, and birch, these solid wood cabinets can be stained for a custom look and are durable against humidity. However, even though they are durable, still it would be better to keep the bathroom ventilated regularly.
But if solid wood is expensive for you and you are looking for more budget-friendly alternatives, check plywood. But keep in mind that plywood comes in a wide range of qualities and densities. Since you plan to use it in the bathroom, go with a high-density one. In aesthetic terms, plywood lacks the authentic finish that solid wood has. But it still channels warmth and makes the design more approachable.
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Gray Chevron Tile Backsplash and Small Wood Vanity with White Countertop
Illuminated by clerestory windows, this contemporary bathroom is lucky to have enough sunlight flowing in. Relying on its light-filled interior, it chooses to go with gray chevron tiles used as a wrap-around backsplash, including the floors. They add a subtle shade of color without over-darkening the interior. Plus, the extensive use of a mirror and a glass division by the shower side further enhances the openness. They also provide bonus spots for natural lights to interact. The small wood floating vanity brings the right amount of warmth while keeping the floor level more spacious. It is topped with a white thick countertop with an under-mount sink that preserves the vanity’s sleek profile.
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Industrial Bathroom with White Tile Backsplash and Black Floors
Industrial bathrooms have a world of their own, featuring dramatic and dark color palettes. But they also know how to soften it- as showcased here. For example, this industrial bathroom balances white and black shades to perfection. First, the white square tiles create a backsplash and define the shower room. By contrast, the floor, ceiling, and adjacent wall remain black to create a striking contrast. The wood-floating vanity injects a healthy dose of warmth to temper the white-and-black palette. Additionally, the black grout between the tiles champions black as the main protagonist of the design. And while white and wood only assist it, the black grout pulls the design together.
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Wood Bathroom Vanity Ideas with Marble Backsplash and Countertop
This contemporary bathroom presents a very cohesive look while letting white marble be the protagonist of the design. Not only the marble clads the walls but also the floors and the countertop for a continuous look. As such, the ultimate elegance is delivered to the bathroom immediately. In the rest, the full-height mirror installed behind the vanity serves as a backsplash rather than an accent. This way, homeowners are also promised to deal with a low-maintenance backsplash material. The mirror is easy to clean and maintain, unlike the marble which requires regular resealing. The wood vanity warms up the interior, while its open cabinet shelves add extra interest to it. Overall, the design lets homeowners enjoy the beauty of the marble while offering practical solutions all at once.
Types of Wood Bathroom Vanity Ideas
Wood vanities come in different shades, finishes, colors, and forms. Some of them are wood basins, floating vanities, cane-front design single vanities, and rustic and modern design vanities. Floating vanities, for example, are the best if you want to keep the floor level free. The same also goes for wood basins that make the design feel more contemporary. For ensuite bathrooms, you can find mid-century-inspired double vanity models. If you wish, you can even reclaim an antique piece of furniture and use it in your bathroom for nostalgia.
Modern Wood Bathroom Vanity
Once solely characterized by flat-front cabinets, these vanities have now been transformed by advancements in technology and design. No longer limited to straight edges and angles, modern bathroom vanities showcase curvy forms and fluted or ribbed front panels that add a unique touch of personality. The introduction of biophilic pattern design panels has also given these vanities a trendy, contemporary flair, drawing the eye and sparking interest wherever they’re placed. Overall, it’s truly inspiring to witness how innovation and creativity can breathe new life into even the most basic of household items.
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Modern Bathroom Vanity Ideas with White Basin and Terrazzo Floor
Contemporary bathrooms love intriguing forms that look separate but somehow are also connected. Here, we have a great example of it. The white basin with wood vanity comprises a modern form. The top of the bottom vanity also provides an excellent spot to keep towels. This modern aesthetic is accompanied by a gray terrazzo floor coating that ensures the longevity of the design.
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Wood Vanity with Dark Countertop and Round Mirror
This wood floating vanity gets a helping hand from a full-height wall unit in the pursuit of maximizing storage space. What’s more, to introduce a laid-back vibe, open shelves join the mix. Elsewhere, the deep-hued counter and floor tiles team up, creating a theatrical ambiance. Meanwhile, the glowing backlight of the circular mirror casts a warm and inviting glow, toning down the darkness with a touch of comforting coziness.
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Contemporary Bathroom with Natural Stone Vanity Top and Floating Vanity
Benefiting from oversized mirrors to enlarge the interior visually, this contemporary bathroom feels inviting. Here, also, the warm textures and solid stone backsplash with the vanity top and farmhouse sink assert a calm aesthetic. The wood floating vanity is in consonant with the wood-coated floor that extends on the walls as well. By contrast, the shower room is sheathed in a light cream solid backsplash to lighten up the space.
Small Wood Bathroom Vanity
Small bathroom vanities are life savers, especially when you don’t have enough space to place a bigger one. Generally measuring up to 30 inches, they are available in a wide range of designs, including wood ones. If you want a different look, go with fluted-design and curved ones. If you want something simpler, wood basins are also great substitutes for vanities.
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Small Wood Bathroom Vanity Ideas with White Countertop and Earthy Color Palette
Though pint-size, this contemporary bathroom has all that it needs. From the small wood vanity to the good-sized shower room, and white thin countertop, it proposes a relaxed atmosphere. And all these additions are carefully proportioned to the scale of the space to make room for everything. Here, also, the mélange of light and dark earthy shades just makes it even better, while the wood-floating vanity keeps the floor-level airy.
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Scandinavian Bathroom with Wood Floating Vanity and Wicker Baskets
This Scandinavian bathroom is full of storage solutions to compensate for its compact space. First, the wall niches and any available extension effortlessly transform into storage. The baskets placed under the wood floating vanity both add charm and keep the floor freer. The light color palette makes the space look larger than it is. And the dark wood vanity with the mirror frame oozes drama, adding a sense of solidity.
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Blue Square tile Backsplash and Terrazzo Countertop with Wood Bathroom Vanity Ideas
As you enter the contemporary bathroom, your senses are immediately greeted with a tranquil yet vibrant ambiance that captivates you! The stunningly vibrant blue tile backsplash evokes a sense of awe within you, as its vertical stacking of ceramic tiles creates an air of fluidity that is both calming and energizing all at once. The wood and blue cabinets seamlessly intertwine, creating a visual tapestry of colors and textures that are dazzling. The understated terrazzo is the perfect cherry on top, adding a modern formula to the design that effortlessly ties everything together. Not only does it serve as a countertop but it also coats the floor and extends elegantly to the bathtub’s edge, creating a cohesive design. The bathroom is a true masterpiece of artistry, oozing with character and charm that will make you fall in love with it even more.
Wood Floating Bathroom Vanity
It doesn’t matter, whether you have a small or big bathroom, wood floating vanities are always a good option. Especially favored by modern, Scandinavian, and contemporary bathrooms, they contribute to the sleek and decluttered style of these designs. They keep the floor clean, leaving you extra space to place your favorite wicker baskets where you can keep your favorite towels.
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Wood Floating Bathroom Vanity with Small Subway Tile Backsplash and Black Hardware
In this contemporary bathroom, the white subway tile backsplash stretches from the floor to the ceiling. The use of smaller versions creates a mosaic effect and a texture-rich background. The light wooden floating vanity suits the understated color scheme abundant in light gray and white shades. Only to spice up the look, the black tapware and lighting fixture adds nice details for a sense of contrast.
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Scandinavian Bathroom with Vessel Sink and Black Tile Backsplash
Geometric patterned tiles with a small black penny round vanity backsplash create different moods throughout this Scandinavian bathroom. They are also supported by the perfect balance of light and dark shades warmed up with a wood floating vanity. The white countertop and dark blue vessel sink with brushed tapware enrich the overall design aesthetic. The final product feels light, expressive, and inviting.
Is a wood vanity good for a bathroom?
Wood vanities are considered good for a bathroom, especially solid wood ones thanks to their resistance to humidity. Even if they come into contact with water, they don’t swell or warp easily. Thus, they prove themselves as reliable materials in the bathroom. And in terms of aesthetics, they envelop the interior with warmth and texture. Especially, if you go with a black-and-white color palette, you can elevate the look with a wood vanity.
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Contemporary Bathroom with Cloud-Shaped Mirror and Terrazzo Floor
This contemporary bathroom proves one more time that designing is all about having fun, especially if you are designing it for kids. By using yellow in abundance, it rolls its sleeves to energize its users right away, injecting optimism into the space. In addition to that, the wood double sink vanity paired with a duo of cube-shaped vessel sinks introduces educative geometric forms. Overhead, the dangling cloud-shaped mirrors further entertain the design, creating a theme. On the floor, the seamless terrazzo coating makes the design more alluring. Its non-slip and durable nature also comes together with a beautiful color palette, taking the design to the next level.
Rustic Wood Bathroom Vanity
Weathered and discolored vanities are a perfect fit for rustic designs. You can also consider making your own vanity with reclaimed wood panels, which would be really authentic. To complement them, stick to dark and gray shades. Use black or brushed metal hardware. You can even make your own rope cabinet handles. As for the lighting, dropped-down light bulbs have a great potential to finalize the rustic feel perfectly.
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Rustic Wood Bathroom Vanity Ideas with Wood Panel Backsplash and Gray Countertop
Take note of this design if you love rustic bathroom looks. Here, this contemporary-rustic bathroom lays its foundation on the wood, using it in two forms: vanity and backsplash. Both come in dark shades to create true rustic charm. The gray countertop and exposed concrete floor add to the overall rustic feel. To illuminate the space, the white vessel sink, the backlit mirror, spotlights, and the Led-strip lighting are used. Altogether they make it easier to navigate inside, creating a cozy atmosphere and compensating for the dark color scheme.
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Rustic Backsplash with Wood Vanity and Wood Countertop
This well-curated rustic bathroom owes its stunning look chiefly to the rustic backsplash that takes its users on a visual and tactual journey. The wood countertop and wood vanity build onto it, contributing more texture to the overall design. With the wood door beams, wood ceiling, and wood frames of the mirror, the design is pulled together. Additionally, with the gray tiles, the design achieves balance and gains a breathable space amidst the bombardment of natural elements.
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Wood Floating Vanity with Vessel Sink and Gray Backsplash
The combination of gray and wood serves well in contemporary bathrooms- as proven by this contemporary-rustic design as well. Here, the wood-floating rustic vanity is paired with a vertically installed gray backsplash that adds movement. On the floor, the stone-look gray tiles bring another nice detail, along with the green basket and towel which add a pop of color. If you want to bring color into such bathrooms, scatter them around the room with a purposeful casualness. This way, you eschew any planned stylish look but rather create randomness to preserve the rustic look.
Backsplash for Wood Bathroom Vanity
Mermaid, subway, arabesque, marble slab, marble tile, wood panel, stone, and many more. Backsplash options for wood bathroom vanities are almost limitless. And it all depends on the look you aim for. For example, if you want something more colorful and cheerful, yellow subway tiles pair with wood perfectly. For a more industrial feel, large format gray stone-look porcelain tiles offer a great option. To create luxurious bathrooms, nothing exudes elegance as granite and marble do. In addition to those, feel free to use different colors and patterns. Bathrooms are very inclusive when it comes to creating diverse and adventurous looks -unless you want something classic.
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Blue Marble Backsplash for Wood Bathroom Vanity Ideas in Contemporary Bathroom
Featuring a sophisticated and colorful design, this contemporary bathroom knows how to honor its blue marble backsplash. First, it takes it up to the ceiling. Then it uses it in the form of a marble-carved basin. Below, the wood floating vanity with double sinks downplays the bold patterns on the marble. The antique brass hardware injects warmth to champion the wood and marble union.
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Blue Tile Backsplash with Marble Vanity Top and Wood Vanity
You know what they say, “Backsplashes can make the design or break the design. And here, it definitely makes one. Combined with a wood vanity, the blue subway tile backsplash extends from floor to ceiling. Not only it adds a pop of color but also creates a visual focal point that draws all attention. The white marble countertop adds a dose of a natural vibe. And the rest of the space is treated with a classic finish, thanks to the white marble walls and beige marble floor.
How do I protect my wood vanity from water?
Wood sealants are amazing! They offer protection to your wooden furniture and give them a longer lifespan. The most popular ones are varnish, lacquer, and polyurethane. The best part is they dry quickly and won’t burn a hole in your pocket. Lacquer is the king of durability, but beware, it might turn yellow over time. Therefore, it’s better to use it on darker wood vanities. Polyurethane, on the other hand, has water-based and oil-based versions. If you want more durability, go for the oil-based version. It’s super easy to apply and dries within 24 hours. Lastly, marine varnish is considered the best for waterproofing. Trust me, you won’t regret using them!
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Mid-Century Bathroom with Fish Scale Backsplash and Round Mirror
Bored of subway tiles? Why not try something new? This mid-century bathroom employs a marble mosaic fish scale tile backsplash to clad the entire wall. Modern vanity accompanies it by channeling a sense of warmth. The white quartz countertop and vessel sink introduce brightness and openness. The frame-free round mirror deepens the artistic mood of the design with soft features. The black hardware constitutes contrast, and the indoor plants bring the design to life.
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Fluted Design Wood Bathroom Vanity Ideas with Marble Chevron Tile Backsplash
This contemporary bathroom knows how to invigorate a calm aesthetic with small details. To achieve that, it uses a fluted-design wood vanity that is suspended to keep the floor free and clean. In the background, what accompanies it is the marble chevron tile backsplash. Though subtle and understated, it brings enough interest to command attention. The round-edge mirrors and round white vessel sinks converse harmoniously with the cabinet hardware to tie the design together.
Different Wood Types for Bathroom Vanities
From oak to maple and birch, solid wood bathroom vanities are made of various wood types. Each of them is resistant to humidity and warping, featuring various aesthetic features. Yet what they share in common is that they all introduce the authenticity of the wood. But given that they are very expensive, it would be great to consider budget-friendly wood options such as plywood to find substitutes. Plywood is also good at holding up to water damage, but it lacks the beauty of the wood. In addition to it, another cheap option is MDF which consists of various types of compressed wood. But unlike their countertops, it can easily warp when it comes into contact with water. Also, when it is damaged, it is not forgiving. Even if when it is fixed, it shows that something is off.
Natural Wood Bathroom Vanity
Natural wood bathroom vanities, available in different finishes, colors, and designs, add warmth and texture to any space. For that reason, rustic, Scandinavian, mid-century-modern, contemporary, and eclectic designs love using different versions of these wood vanities. And if you want to bring further warmth out of them, you can pair them with brass hardware (whether brushed or polished). For the backdrop, you can utilize marble slabs and geometric tile backsplashes.
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Eclectic Bathroom with Multi-Colored Backsplash and Stone Vessel Sink
This eclectic bathroom in Moscow makes the eye-catching bespoke wood cabinet the star piece of the design. It pairs it with the book-matching round mirror that accentuates the wall. In the rest of the room, the small multi-colored tiles distinguish the shower room to function as a whimsical touch. The tiles’ color palette is in resonance with the overall color scheme. Complementing the look is a stone-carved vessel sink and a synthetic aloe vera plant that form part of the design to assert a natural vibe.
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White Subway Tile Backsplash with Wood Vanity and Indoor Plant
One of the best ways to bring a design to life is to use plants- as showcased by this modern bathroom. Placed atop the wood counter and vanity, it adds a pop of color. The white ceramic vertically stacked subway tile backsplash creates a neutral setup for other elements to shine. The gray floor tiles support this neutral design, while the glass enclosure of the shower cabin maintains visual connectivity to highlight the design’s modern vibes.
Dark Wood Bathroom Vanity
If you want to create visual drama, dark wood bathroom vanities are the way to go. Rustic, industrial, and mid-century bathroom designs are ready to welcome dark wood vanities. For a more classical look, you can pair them with marble or any other solid stone vanity tops and backsplashes. White ceramic tiles laid in a geometric pattern also pair well with them, giving the bathroom a modern spin. As for the hardware, gold and chrome along with glass pendants can be used to complement them.
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Wood Bathroom Vanity Ideas with Chevron and Hexagon Tİles
Even though dark wood vanities feel like a classic finish, modernizing them is up to you. This contemporary bathroom, for example, uses black chevron tiles as a backsplash and floor coating to evoke a modern feel. While these chevron tiles are all black on the walls, and the floor, an ombre effect is created to break up the monotonic look. This combination gives the bathroom an instant modern spin. Yet, the designers don’t even stop there. What lies behind the vanity is a white hexagon tile backsplash from floor to ceiling that creates a drastic contrast with the rest.
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Wall-Mounted Vanity with Oval Mirrors and White Countertop
Here, the wall-mounted dark wood vanity is softened with a white benchtop and white vessel sinks. And the gray matte finish porcelain tiles clad the entire space. The oval mirrors accentuate the walls while also offering extra storage.
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Stacked Subway Tile Backsplash with Wood Vanity and Black Floor Tiles
The small yet airy beach-style bathroom owes its lightness to the white subway tile backsplash. Here, the subway tiles are stacked vertically to give the bathroom extra height. The wood vanity and black-and-white busy pattern floor tiles jazz up the white background.
How to seal wood for bathroom vanity?
First, remove the previous finishes and sand the vanity for a smooth surface with no bumps. Clean the vanity properly to make it ready for sealing.
Continue by dipping a cloth in the sealant and wiping the cloth across the wood surface. Ensure that it is evenly applied across the surface. Wait for the first coat to cure. How much you have to wait depends on the type of sealant. For example, while some dry in 24 hours, some can dry in an hour. Thus, just follow the instructions. Also, remember that waiting is important to guarantee the durability of waterproofing.
By following the instructions, also check if sanding is required after each coat. If so, sand the surface and clean it one more time to get it ready for the next coat. Again, how many times you should apply a coating depends on the sealant itself. So, check again the instructions. After applying the last finish, wait for another 24 hours just to play safe and ensure that it is all dry and perfect.
Additionally, when sealing, make sure the room is well-ventilated. If possible, you can also take the vanity outdoors and apply the sealant outside. Use gloves and eye protection, and even a face shield for your safety as sealants can be toxic that you shouldn’t inhale or get exposed to in the long term.
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Contemporary Bathroom with Marble Slab Backsplash and White Countertop
Dramatic elements such as dark wood vanities are honored by classical finishes- as showcased by this contemporary bathroom! Here, the gray marble slab backsplash honors the wood vanity. To draw further attention to the vanity the white countertop is also kept thick, featuring a duo of sinks.
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Wood Bathroom Vanity Ideas with Diamond Floor Tiles and Round Mirror
Here, the diamond floor tiles animate the design, even if they come in neutral shades. The double dark wood vanity accompanies them to give the modern space a classic finish. The white countertop, a duo of vessel sinks, and a round mirror endow the design with timelessness.
Light Wood Bathroom Vanity
Not as dramatic as the dark ones, light wood bathroom vanities create a visually lightweight look. Thus, they especially go well with white tile backsplashes that further illuminate the interiors. You can top these vanities with wood or solid stone countertop. In bathroom designs, juxtaposing different natural elements generally pay off well, especially one of them is a light wood bathroom vanity.
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Light Wood Bathroom Vanity Ideas with Marble Floor And Open Cabinet
Bathroom floors demand attention as much as the top half of the rooms. This contemporary bathroom, for example, blankets the floor with blue marble, making it the centerpiece of the design. For the rest, it uses light wood vanity and an open cabinet with full-height mirrors to make the room feel more spacious!
ID# 148733 | Houzz.com – Credit | © Екатерина и Андрей Санниковы | Scandinavi
Scandinavian Bathroom with Hexagon Floor Tiles and LED Pendants
This nature-inspired Scandinavian bathroom imparts calmness to its users. From the light wood vanity to white hexagon floor tiles, and gray backsplash with gentle freckles, each piece harmonizes beautifully. And the white LED pendants add dimension overhead without causing any visual clutter.
ID# 148734 | Houzz.com – Credit | © Светлана Афанасьева | SVETLA design
Subway Tile Backsplash and Black Tapware with Patterned Floor Tiles
It is almost impossible to go wrong with subway tiles. Thus, use it as a fail-safe design tool as this bathroom does. Here, the subway tiles come together with black tapware and patterned floor tiles. They form an intriguing and eclectic union that feels cozy and homey.
How much does it cost a wood bathroom vanity?
Depending on the size and material of the vanity, the prices for a wood bathroom vanity shift drastically. But generally, the prices range from 300 to 2000 USD. Solid wood vanities are quite expensive. If you want something cheaper, check out plywood and MDF.
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Beach-Style Bathroom with Green Tile Backsplash and Terrazzo Floor
This beach style offers the best of both worlds that presents a colorful yet monochromatic palette all at once. The vanity part, for example, accommodates a visually striking green tile backsplash and wood vanity. And the rest hosts a white freestanding tub and is defined by white ripple tiles. On the floor, the gray terrazzo floor brings a subtle shade of color to offer a color scale that mediates between the two.
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Modern Coastal Bathroom with Wood Bathroom Vanity Ideas
This colorful coastal powder room design is characterized by terracotta-color cross-shaped tiles. They not only clad the wall behind the light wood vanity but also the floor for a cohesive look. And the brushed tapware and arched mirror add a touch of glamour.