Welcome to our dedicated collection of designs featuring master bathrooms with floating vanities (one and two sink designs).
Adding a floating vanity to your master bathroom is a great way to create open space while adding a contemporary feel. Out of the 299,641 counters we analyzed, 9,813 of them were floating vanities, which accounts for about 3.27%. Whether you want a small dressing table or a large one with a sink, there are plenty of options to suit your needs, each with their own unique style.
If you are looking to add a floating vanity to your bathroom design, we encourage you to browse our gallery of 119 different floating vanities to find ideas for the one that would work best for you.
Style Choices for Floating Vanities
Depending on the extensiveness of remodeling you are doing to your master bathroom, there are vanities to fit all different styles. If you are seeking a whole new look, you have more choices for the style you want to achieve.
There are 17 different styles of floating vanities on our website, including 53 modern styles and 39 contemporary styles, among others. Some of the other vanity styles include Asian, midcentury, southwestern, industrial, Mediterranean, beach cottage, and more.
Floating vanities are easily customizable to fit in any master bathroom, no matter the size. For people who are interested in adding one to their tiny home, there are seven potential options on our site. On the other hand, there are floating vanities that can fill a whole wall of your master bathroom. It all depends on personal preference and need. You can utilize our enhanced search generator to find the style that you prefer.
Making the Most of Your Space
One of the best features of a floating vanity is that it allows you to create a beautiful space while also opening your master bathroom walls up. There are some floating vanities that do not have any drawers, while other floating vanities have a decent amount of under-sink storage.
When you have determined where you want your vanity, and what style you want to achieve in your master bathroom, you can explore different types of material you prefer, like wood or ceramic, and how many sinks you want to have.
The varieties and styles of floating vanities for the master bathroom can turn your bathroom into a peaceful oasis or a contemporary dream, depending on your preferences. From sink styles, flooring, and vanity materials, there are plenty of styles to fit your needs.