If you ask most homeowners, they’re likely to tell you that there’s no such thing as a master bathroom with too much space. Master bathrooms just seem to be one of those places in a home where more is almost always better! As such, there are many homeowners whose master bathroom designs are always inclusive of a double vanity.
A double vanity need not be as simple as a long counter with two sinks, though. There’s actually a lot more that can be done with a double vanity, both to increase the functionality of your master bathroom and also to increase its aesthetic value. With this in mind, we’re going to take a look at 15 master bathrooms with dual vanities, giving you an idea of what’s possible in the process…
1. The Split Vanity
Rather than running the vanity all together, this master bathroom divides its one. In the middle you’ll find a deliciously modern and inviting tub.
2. Twin Basins
In order to achieve it’s decidedly contemporary look, this master bathroom uses a dual vanity that features two beautiful white porcelain basin sinks.
3. His and Hers
Lets face it; with a dual vanity “her stuff” is likely to dominate the countertop. Why not create two completely separate spaces like this, then?
4. Grab a Seat
If you have the space to allow for it, a dual vanity that provides a place to sit in the middle can be a real convenience.
5. Shelving Underneath
When storage becomes a bit of an issue in your master bathroom, a dual vanity with a storage shelf underneath can be just the thing you need!