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December 20, 2019
From furniture to wall art to pillows, our home decor has become as much a reflection of our lifestyle and interests as the clothes we wear. We even select our home fixtures depending on the type of statement we want them to make!
If you’re shopping for a new bathroom vanity, there are so many practical factors to consider, but perhaps the most important feature is the overall appearance. An ornate cream-colored vanity will look out of place in an industrial-style downtown loft but fit right in with an opulent Upper East Side mansion.
When designing or remodeling your home, keep in mind that the vanity will set the tone for the bathroom. At Kitchen Bath Collection, we carry a variety of designs to fit every aesthetic, so if you’re not sure which vanity is the best match for your space, keep reading!
Modern decor can be hard to define, but hallmarks of this style include spaciousness, clean lines, and carefully curated furnishings. The Aria bathroom vanity is a showstopping (but not showy) design that is created with the modern consumer in mind.
Shown: Aria 60” Weathered Gray Double Sink Bathroom Vanity with Carrara Marble Top
Farmhouse decor is often referred to as rustic or vintage due to its nostalgic countryside roots. This style is noted for its mix of natural textures (wood, metal, fabric) and cozy, welcoming environment. Our Charlotte farmhouse vanity is available in a variety of colors and comes complete with a beautiful ceramic apron sink.
Shown: Charlotte 60" White Double Sink Farmhouse Bathroom Vanity with Quartz Top
Minimalist decor is one of the most refined, with functionality and style playing equal roles when it comes to furnishing the home. Like a well-designed minimal room, the Avery vanity exudes warmth and serenity, thanks to its natural oak finish and streamlined design.
Shown: Avery 60" Gray Oak Double Sink Bathroom Vanity with Carrara Marble Top
Coastal decor is light, airy, and all-around charming. As you might expect, this style incorporates natural materials, nautical patterns, and ocean-inspired color palettes. The beadboard styling of our Paige vanities captures the breezy feel of an oceanside cottage!
Shown: Paige 48" White Bathroom Vanity with Carrara Marble Top
Although today’s tastes tend to lean modern, Victorian decor can still look lovely if done correctly. Don’t go overboard with Victorian elements - combining damask wallpaper, heavy fabrics, and antique cabinets can make your place look outdated. Rather, invest in a few key pieces like our Versailles bathroom vanity, an updated take on classical European glamour.
Bohemian decor is often filled with so many colorful and interesting finds, it’s hard to know where to look first! An eclectic combination of flea market furniture, handmade wall hangings, and retro fixtures all manage to come together in delightful harmony. The casually sophisticated Eleanor is the ideal vanity to complement your distinctive style.
Shown: Eleanor 30" Powder Blue Bathroom Vanity with Carrara Marble
As the name implies, contemporary decor reflects what’s trending in the moment and can change radically from one year to the next. If you love switching up the look and feel of your home to stay current, opt for furniture and fixtures that are versatile and timeless. The Peyton design combines simplicity with high-end craftsmanship, making this an enduringly impeccable choice.
Shown: Peyton 72" Dark Oak Double Sink Bathroom Vanity with Carrara Marble
If you describe your style as traditional, you’re likely a fan of well-made, classic pieces that will never go out of style. The Katherine collection adds depth and richness to your home, while effortlessly blending in with its surroundings.
Shown: Katherine 60” Chocolate Double Sink Bathroom Vanity with Crema Marfil Top
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Ask anyone with a fireclay kitchen farm sink (or more accurately, apron-front sink) what they love about it, and gushing just may follow. If you're considering adding a fireclay farmhouse sink to your own kitchen, here are the answers to 7 frequently asked questions to help you make the right decision.