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No bathroom is too tiny for these lil beauties. Hand Wash Basin
If you have a half-bath (or live in a major metropolitan area), then you're probably all too familiar with the struggle of having a small bathroom. Between the cramped quarters and lack of storage space, a tiny bathroom presents plenty of challenges—such as finding a small bathroom vanity that actually fits. Unless you want your bathroom to feel like an airplane lavatory, you'll wanna pick a vanity that maximizes sink space and storage while taking up very little square footage, and we've got some stylish picks that do just that. Ofc, there are a few things to keep in mind before making the plunge.
When shopping for small bathroom cabinets, be sure to consider your space limitations, as you don't want to get stuck with drawers and cabinets you don't actually have the room to open. You should also note that none of these vanities include p-traps or faucets (though most are pre-drilled with holes to accommodate them), so those will be an additional cost. And unless you have plumbing skills, you'll def wanna call up a professional to install these bad boys, which will also cost ya $$. Now let's check out all the best space-saving solutions for your tiny-ass powder room.
These bathroom vanities are all chic and small-space-friendly, with options ranging from as large as 30 inches wide to as narrow as 17 inches wide—and there are plenty of affordable picks, too. Keep scrolling to find the itty bitty vanity of your dreams!
Measuring less than a foot-and-a-half wide, this freestanding vanity from Joss & Main is just about the tiniest option you can find that's still functional (and stylish!). Available in four finishes, it includes a glossy white countertop, chrome hardware, and a rectangular porcelain sink. You'll also love the soft-close drawer and slat-style shelf down below for storage.
THE REVIEWS: "This small vanity is perfect in our small 1/2 bath at the cottage," says one tester. "Very impressed with the high quality at such a reasonable price. Compared to other vanities of the same size, this is definitely the best bang for your buck...and super cute!"
With an Italian Carrara marble top and solid engineered wood base, this bb looks WAY more expensive than it actually is. You'll love the wide variety of color options, delicate steel knobs, spacious cabinet, oval-shaped porcelain sink, and the fact that it's only a foot-and-a-half wide.
THE REVIEWS: "Very well made vanity," one person writes. "The marble is gorgeous, and there is a ton of storage underneath. The sink is deep and a great size for the small width of the piece. Very happy with this purchase!"
Ofc West Elm has stunning bathroom vanities, like this fun industrial-style option. Available in four wood stains, this vanity features an engineered hardwood frame, a glossy quartz top, and steel hardware in a matte black finish, as well as an oval-shaped sink and spacious cabinet for storage. And if you have a bit more space, you can also opt for a 24-inch or 30-inch-wide version.
Okay, but this trendy cutie is such a steal. Featuring metal-capped feet, gold-finished hardware, a large rectangular sink, and a super compact build, reviewers love this option for its size and style—and if you have a bit more room, then you can also upgrade to a 24-inch-wide version. Likewise, if the bold green color isn't for you, then you'll be glad to know it also comes in blue, gray, and white.
THE REVIEWS: "I read great reviews about the construction of this and I found it to be true," one review reads. "The drawer slides with ease, the kick plates are classy, and the granite is easy to wipe down. I love the color green in person, and gold accents are muted in a sense that they match any other metallic colors in that family. It came packaged very sturdy and it was easy to assemble."
For a chic coastal farmhouse lewk, go with this sophisticated pick. Available in three neutral hues, this vanity has a crisp white ceramic top, manufactured wood base, sleek brushed nickel bar pulls, a rectangular sink, and a good amount of storage space, all for less than $500.
THE REVIEWS: As one buyer writes, "We LOVE this vanity. It came almost entirely pre-assembled and is nice and sturdy. We painted the handles black to match our faucet but that was the only thing we had to do except attach it to the wall and glue the countertop down. Very easy, straightforward, and it’s so cute."
Looking for something classy and classic? The search is over, bb. Available in a variety of base finishes, this vanity's got a timeless marble countertop, cute oval-shaped sink, plenty of storage space, and simple brushed steel hardware. Oh, and the interior shelves are adjustable, which is def a bonus.
THE REVIEWS: "So we searched for a vanity that looked high-end but didn’t cost a fortune and this one worked perfectly!" says one tester. "Color was spot-on and it came within a week—all we had to do was put the legs on and attach the sink fixture. We have received so many compliments already!"
With its visible metal frame and contrasting textured base, this two-tone vanity is seriously stylish. It's available in three colorways and comes complete with a rectangular sink, a large cabinet with interior shelving, and minimalistic polished chrome hardware. And though it's made with engineered wood rather than solid wood, reviewers say it's built to last.
THE REVIEWS: "Small but elegant, it was the perfect piece for our clients' powder room," one reviewer notes. "It installed easily and we are sure will stand the test of time!"
Hope you like storage space, because this stunner from Pottery Barn has oodles of it. Offered in a variety of finishes, this vanity is constructed with medium-density fiberboard with a sturdy steel base and ivory quartz counter top, and it includes a rectangular fitted sink and aluminum cabinet pulls. And for those who have the room, you can also opt for a 30-inch-wide version.
You won't find a cheaper vanity made with solid hardwood than this bb, trust. Available in three color options, this narrow beauty has a ceramic integrated sink with a curved Euro design, as well as a spacious cabinet and brushed nickel bar pulls. Plus, reviewers say installation is a breeze.
THE REVIEWS: According to one review, "Just installed this morning. Well-made and looks lovely. Lowest price for real wood vanity I saw and the Euro style gives the bathroom more space."
With its beveled edges and tapered wooden legs, this mid-century vanity is so darn charming—and since it's made with kiln-dried solid eucalyptus wood and covered in a water-based finish, you know it's made to last. You'll love the built-in levelers in the legs, the interior drawer for extra storage, the Carrera marble top with its oval-shaped sink, and the fact that you can choose between three different hardware finishes. And for a bit more counter space, you can upgrade to the 31.5-inch-wide version.
Between the asymmetrical split square handle, thin metal legs, and rectangular drop-in sink, this modern vanity is SUCH a statement piece. It's available in five base colors and three hardware finishes, and though it's constructed with plywood, reviewers say the construction is solid.
THE REVIEWS: "Bought this in the grayish wood finish and really achieves a rustic glam vibe in a pool bathroom with wood look tile," says one tester. "This piece is a showstopper with its large square hardware."
For something totally unique, pls feast your eyes on this perfectly modern vanity from Pottery Barn. Crafted from solid acacia wood, oil-rubbed bronze metal, and cement, this stunner has a built-in rectangular sink, tons of counter space, and a huge shelf for storing towels and extra toilet paper rolls.
If you're willing to shell out the big bucks for a high-quality piece, then check out this functional yet fashionable option from Rejuvenation. It includes a four-inch-thick Carrara or Calacatta marble top with a rectangular sink and backsplash, as well as a solid maple wood base and your choice of nearly a dozen different drawer pulls. You'll love the mix of open and enclosed storage options (plus the fact that both drawers are functional!). Oh, and it comes in a walnut finish, too.
For a vanity that's one-of-a-kind, check out this specialty rustic furniture shop on Etsy. This vanity is made from authentic reclaimed barn wood from Mexico, which is then hand rubbed with paste wax for protection and fitted with your choice of a round or oval copper sink. And since it's made to order, you can request modifications to make it totally your own.
THE REVIEWS: According to one customer, "Love the vanity and copper sink…well built, attractive, and solid. The builder was gracious enough to move the sink a bit forward so we could fit the faucet that we wanted in between the baseboard and sink. We can’t wait to see it in our bathroom."
Bright and airy, this coastal vanity is *just* the thing you need to achieve beachy vibes. It includes natural cane door fronts enclosed in white matte lacquer with tiny brass knobs, and the Carrara marble top has a four-inch-tall backsplash as well as an oval-shaped porcelain sink. It may not be cheap, but it'll def make a statement.
Bathroom vanities aren't cheap, so before you click that "add to cart" button, here are a few things to keep mind as you shop:
Not to state the obvious, but if you're working with limited space, then you'll need to make sure any vanity you choose is slim enough to fit into that space while still giving you room to navigate your bathroom. Look at all of the measurements (including when the drawers or doors are fully opened) and make sure your lil powder room can handle the vanity you select.
You want a vanity that looks cute, ofc, but you also want it to be practical. Bathroom vanities often feature cut-outs to accommodate pipes, so read the descriptions to see how much storage space you're actually getting out of your vanity, making note of any decorative false drawers or drawers that are cut into a U-shape to make room for plumbing.
Countertop Basin Sure, you'll find small vanities out there that cost as little as a few hundred dollars, but remember that the expense doesn't end there. You'll also need to get a compatible faucet, a p-trap, and possibly a mounting bracket and backsplash, depending on what your vanity includes. And let's not forget the installation costs...unless you want to attempt the install yourself (which we def don't recommend). The price of the vanity itself will depend on the quality of materials you choose for the counter top, hardware, and wood finishes, so while a quality piece is always a good idea, you should budget for the additional costs involved as well.