Our new modern vanities are designed to personalize. You can create your own unique look by choosing the perfect style, size and materials for your space. Here’s how to make a Room & Board bathroom vanity your own modern masterpiece.
1. Choose your style
We offer four modern vanity styles: Adrian, Hudson, Linear with wood base, and Linear with steel base. To create our vanities, we work with trusted U.S. craftspeople who have been making our furniture for decades. Using responsibly harvested American wood, artisans make each vanity to the same exacting standard as all of our storage collections.
2. Choose your wood
For each vanity style, you can choose among three to seven wood options, from light and bright to rich and dark. All vanities have a low-sheen lacquer finish to seal the wood and highlight the grain without adding too much shine.
3. Choose your size
All of our vanity styles are offered in the same three sizes: 26″ which is perfect for a small powder room, 36″ for compact sizing with a little more counter space, or 72″ with two sinks. Every vanity is 34″ high (a little higher than the standard) for added comfort as you wash your hands or face.
4. Choose your top + sink
Next up, the top! All Room & Board vanity tops are quartz composite for the best durability, and you have three color options: fog, white or marbled white (for the look of marble without the maintenance). The sink basin is also included, and you can select a rectangle or oval sink with a single or 8″ spread faucet holes. Bonus option: top overhang configurations are available at no charge if you’re planning to place either both sides of your vanity flush against wall. Want to use your own top material? No worries. You can buy just the vanity base without a top.
5. Choose your hardware finish
We’ve selected modern hardware that suits the style of each vanity, but you get to pick your finish color. Consider black for a dramatic look, or stainless steel for a light and bright feel. Our bath decor, towel racks and mirrors are available in the same finishes for a cohesive look.
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