Double Sink Vanity Designs for Men and Women


If you are married or live with your significant other and even remotely considering a bathroom redesign or overhaul, do your partner a favor and opt for a double sink vanity in your bathroom. You have no idea how big of a deal this is until you have one. While there are many choices in vanities and designs, if you have the space, this is by far the best thing you can do in a shared bathroom.

Having the double sink options allows both of you to use the space at the same time when in a hurry or simply gives you an opportunity to discuss your plans for the day as you are preparing for the day ahead. You also have added storage for those items that tend to clutter up valuable counter space below as well as more space to spread these items out along the vanity as well. I highly recommend keeping as much as possible out of sight however as this is not visually distracting.

As the double sink design for vanities becomes more common, there are more and more suppliers of these special vanity tops cropping up all around. Finding them is the easy part, deciding which one is the best for you might be a little more difficult. Decide on the overall look you want for your vanity then choose the one that fits best with the overall design. Don’t rush your decision because once you’ve decided what you want, things will move rather quickly.

You will want to consider your budget for the project before making any major decisions about specific vanity tops, cabinets, or other hardware. A bathroom design can be second in expense to a kitchen design, but it will also have a significant impact on the overall value of your home so it is a worthy investment, particularly if you are going to enjoy your time in your home even more as a result of the remodel. In order to make sure you have enough money to complete your project, establish a realistic budget (by this I mean compare prices and know what’s available) with a little wiggle room for unexpected emergencies that may crop up and stick with it.

When you’ve gotten to the part of actually selecting the bits and pieces of your vanity keep in mind that you will need the cabinet, the countertop, the basins, the fixtures, and hardware (drawer pulls and knobs). I always recommend mixing and matching according to your taste, especially if you can afford to do so rather than sticking with the pre made sets that many stores offer.

Once you’ve put all the pieces together, you need to decide how they are going to be installed. Do you have the knowledge and confidence to do the installation yourself or do you need to pay someone to do it for you. I always recommend if you can afford someone else to do it, go that route. This way if something gets broken or damaged during the installation process it should be taken care of and repaired by them. If you break it yourself, it’s your own tough luck. Of course this adds a significant expense to the overall cost of your project and if you have some knowledge of basic plumbing, cabinetry, and the other steps involved, you should be just fine. The end goal of course is the beautiful double vanity that you will have when the project is complete.


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