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Our  modern vanities are designed to personalize. You can create a 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

Kenwood 72-inch vanity with marbled white quartz composite top and powder-coated steel hardware and 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 and recycled steel, artisans make each vanity with high attention to detail and craftsmanship.

2. Choose your material

Hudson single vanity in sand stain

Hudson 36-inch vanity in ash with sand stain with marbled white quartz top

You can choose among an array of wood options, ranging from light and bright to rich and dark. Prefer a sleeker look? Our Parsons vanities are available in stainless steel or powder-coated steel. Or add a pop of color with our Copenhagen vanities.

3. Choose your size

Parsons 72-inch vanity with marbled white quartz composite top and powder-coated steel base.

All of our vanity collections are offered in the same five sizes: 26″, 36″, 48″, 60″ and 72″ (72″ has 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

Adrian walnut vanity with flush right side

Adrian 36-inch vanity in walnut with marbled white quartz top (and no overhang on the right side)

Next up, the top! All Room & Board vanity tops are quartz composite for the best durability. 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 or both sides of your vanity flush against a 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

Linear with steel base double vanity in walnut

Linear 72-inch vanity in walnut with marbled white quartz top (stainless steel hardware)

We’ve selected modern hardware that suits the style of each vanity, but you get to pick your finish color. Finish off your new bathroom with bath decor, towel racks and mirrors available in the same finishes for a cohesive look.

Ready to be in inspired? See our full collection of modern vanities online now.

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  1. As always you have amazing ideas for Home Decor. This is a really helpful information when refinishing area.

  2. asefasdf says:

    should offer a 55 inch variation on these. pretty common size…

  3. Anne says:

    It would be nice if the vanities came in an option for custom sizes. Your dressers come custom, why not vanities? I live in a 1956 ranch with double sinks in the main bathroom. Counter width is 58″ (not 60″ or 72″). Since these pieces are made in the USA in wood working shops, why can’t this be done for a price? Please consider!! We are big fans of Room and Board.

    • Lyndsay LeClair says:

      Thanks for checking out our vanities and I’m sorry our size is close but not quite right. So close! Custom vanities is on our mind as a possibility – I will be sure to pass along your feedback to our product designers!

  4. Mary Ann Littell says:

    What are the delivery options on the larger-size vanities? Is it the White Glove or something similar? We bought a large Parsons steel and glass table from R and B last year and the delivery was perfect.

    • Lyndsay LeClair says:

      All of our vanities are delivered via our flat-rate, white-glove delivery service you know and love! Because vanities require professional installation, our team will bring the vanity and quartz top into the room of our choosing, and we can either leave packaging on for you or remove it. (Some people like us to leave packaging in place while they finish a renovation to keep it protected) Your contractor or whoever is doing the installation would need to cut the back panel of the vanity to accommodate your plumbing, and also attach the quartz top with a little adhesive – easy things for pros to do and typical of any vanity install. Hope you find a vanity you love in all of our options!

  5. Megan Turner says:

    I wish you had an option for a 60″ double vanity in walnut. Our hall bath cannot accommodate a 72″ vanity. Our 4 children share that bathroom, so we really need two sinks in the space. We’d happily purchase from R&B if this were an option.

    • Lyndsay LeClair says:

      Hi Megan, Thank you for the feedback! We recognize the need for a double sink 60″ size as well and are working on adding it, but it will be a few months yet before it’s ready. Sorry we didn’t quite have the right thing for you at the right time!

  6. Pamela J Ramos says:

    Is it possible to get the Linear vanity with the hardware from the Kenwood vanity, handles rather than pulls? How do I go about ordering?

    • Lyndsay LeClair says:

      Hi Pamela, please call Customer Care at 800.301.9720 to order a vanity with hardware other than what’s shown online. Thanks for asking!

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