Bathrooms have been featuring floating vanities more and more, as home owners increasingly appreciate the sleep minimalism they exhibit as hallmarks of the modern home.  Floating vanities give the impression of a more open space in the bathroom while getting rid of the cluttered look of full length vanities.  If you’re considering how to update the look of your bathroom, consider the unique accents floating vanities can add to your bathroom.  The following are some examples of floating vanities One Week Bath has installed for customers across Southern California.


1. This floating vanity extends out from wall to wall adding a minimalist look to the entire space. Fitted with flat panel doors without any cabinet pulls, the dark wood grain beautifully contrasts with the rest of the room. The horizontal lines in the bathroom give a calm look to the room.


2. While floating vanities typically go well a modern bathroom, this specific bathroom features dual floating vanities as part of a transitional design. The more traditional color scheme is combined with modern elements such as the large horizontal shower tile and glass vessel sinks. The sleek brushed nickel cabinet pulls and flat panel cabinets add a modern touch to this room.


3. This small bathroom makes use of a sleek floating vanity to expand the visual space in this bathroom while maintaining a simple look and modern design. The mostly black and white color scheme is a distinctive look of modern bathrooms, and the high contrast in the black panels helps to bring out the vanity as the primary focal point. The black color of the vanity ties in with the mirror and the shower liner, making the space feel cohesive.


4. This last example is a bold floating vanity tucked into a tight space in a modern bathroom. This vanity reaches from wall to wall, incorporating it into the structure of the room, adding to the simplicity of the space. The simple chrome cabinet pulls and flat panel cabinets are classic elements of modern design, and the tall vessel sink and chrome faucet help establish a strong look in this bathroom.

We always use our clients’ input when deciding how to redesign a space, and our in depth design meeting helps us work with each and every client so we can find out if a floating vanity is right for your preferences and needs. Check out the rest of our bathroom designs, and feel free to contact us if you’d like more information about our all-inclusive design-build process.