Bathroom Vanities Bay Area

[ Freestanding • Wall-Mounted • Vessel ]

Stylish, Functional and Customizable Bath Vanities

Selecting a bathroom vanity for a remodel can be an exciting yet challenging task. Our Bay Area cabinetry professionals consider several aspects of client’s project to help them choose the right vanity for their bathroom remodel. Some of these are space, storage needs, plumbing, style, countertop material, type of sink, durability and budget.

As an award-winning showroom located in Walnut Creek, California, we serve clients in Alamo, Moraga, Orinda, Lafayette and other San Francisco East Bay cities. Since we offer a full range of design services with a customized approach on each project, we’re a favorite cabinet showroom for homeowners, builders, contractors and interior designers.




Freestanding Vanities

These are standalone units that rest on the floor. Freestanding vanities typically feature a cabinet with storage space and a countertop. Available in all types of sizes, styles, and materials.

Wall-Mounted Vanities

Also known as floating vanities, these units are attached to the wall and do not touch the floor. Wall-mounted vanities can have visible or hidden plumbing.

Single Sink Vanities

These vanities feature a single sink and are suitable for bathrooms with limited space. They come in various widths and styles, offering functionality and storage space for one person.

Double Sink Vanities

Designed for larger bathrooms or shared spaces, double sink vanities feature two sinks and a wider countertop. They offer ample storage space and allow for simultaneous use by multiple individuals.

Vessel Sink Vanities

Vessel sinks are decorative basins that sit on top of the vanity counter. Vessel sink vanities are popular for their unique and contemporary appearance.

Corner Vaniteis

These vanities are specifically designed to fit into corners, making efficient use of space in smaller bathrooms. They are typically compact in size but still offer storage and countertop space.

Console Vanities

Console vanities feature open shelves or a metal frame with a countertop, creating a minimalist and open design. They are suitable for bathrooms that prioritize a light and airy aesthetic.

Custom Vanities

Custom vanities are tailored to specific requirements, allowing you to personalize the size, style, materials, and storage options according to your needs and preferences. They offer the ultimate flexibility in design.

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Double Sink Vanities Perfect for a Master Bathroom


Sharing a bathroom with another person is easy if the two people never need to use the sink area at the same time. However, for two people who need to brush their teeth, wash their hands, or use the sink for any other purpose at the same time as each other, a double bathroom sink vanity is the perfect idea. Double sinks can offer a good solution to an age-old problem of not enough sink, counter, or mirror space in the master bathroom.

If there is enough room in a master bathroom for two separate sink areas, then this is a good option to choose when remodeling. Even if it’s not currently a useful option, it may become a valuable asset in the future. For example, if the house must be sold at some point in the future, a remodeled master bathroom with a double vanity can be a real benefit.

Bathroom Vanities Bay Area

When a master bathroom is shared by two people who both work regular business hours, and both must get ready for work at the same time each morning, a double vanity is the only way to go. Instead of fighting for sink, counter and mirror space, each person can have their own individual area that they can “own.” In addition to a double sink, each sink can have its own medicine cabinet associated with it, so that personal items can be nearby.

Double vanities are common enough that they can be purchased as standard items from any bathroom remodeling store. They are also for sale in many large hardware chains throughout the United States. However, for a more custom and specific double sink vanity, they can always be custom designed. There are double vanity sinks available that can fit perfectly in a master bathroom, and once the couple who has been sharing a single sink begins using a double vanity… there will be no turning back!