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Bathroom Vanity by Size

If your bathroom requires a 41- 50 inch vanity you have found it here. Fill that space with a vanity that is spectacular. We offer a wide selection of vanities by Cambridge and Fresca to meet your needs. You will find a range of colors from Black to White and Cherry Red to Natural Wood, it is all here. Keep in mind that shipping is included when delivery is in the continental USA, so there are no additional fees. Outside the US, call for shipping costs or add the vanity of your choice to your online shopping cart and your postal code will determine any additional costs. Call toll free 877-795-5684!

We want to make it as simple as possible for you to purchase the right vanity for your bathroom. As you can see we have listed our vanitie by sizes so with a simple glance, you can see how small and how large a vanity can be. Although there are standard dimensions for the bathroom, not all homes are built the same. Measure the dimensions of your current vanity and then start from there.  If you’re looking for a really odd-size, be sure to look closely on our pages as you may find it here in our large selection of vanities.

Sizing Up the Situation

Many vanities are available in smaller and larger sizes. This is good to keep in mind in case you fall in love with a large double sink vanity. Many times, you can find that same vanity in a condensed version that you can use in your guest bathroom. This will allow you to maintain a uniform design throughout your home. It's important to measure your space. There are several key factors to keep in mind. Make sure to leave enough room for door openings for the room entry and shower door and trim. Every space is different, so open vanity doors and drawers and measure against the dimensions of your bathroom. You'll want to ensure the vanity won't be too big or disrupt the flow of traffic. Keep in mind existing features such as mirrors. Verify the location your plumbing location. This could determine the width of your vanity. Moving plumbing will increase costs. Then measure sizes for vanity cabinets and vanity cabinets with tops. Take into account your storage needs and who will use it. If you're purchasing a vanity without a Countertop, you’ll also need to measure for the countertop. Measure the width and depth of the vanity cabinet. The vanity counter top should be 1 inch wider and 1 inch deeper than the vanity cabinet. If space is not a factor in choosing a vanity, the number of sinks is all about your preference.​ As the most common size, single vanities with one sink are the best option for small bathrooms. If you want ample counter space, single vanities with a large width are best. Double Vanities are perfect for a shared or family bathroom.

Where and How

You should decide how your bathroom vanity will be installed into the home. The standard way is Freestanding, this is the most common bathroom vanity. It is your best option for maximum storage space. Another type is Wall Mounted, most wall-mounted vanities hang on the wall without legs touching the ground. This modern style opens up floor space in a small bathroom. If you need to save space, a corner mounted vanity is the best option. Corner-mounted bathroom vanities are built to fit perfectly into a corner.

Insatlling a vanity can be a good experience, when you purchase a quality piece of furniture with all of the necessary installation materials.

You Should Give Us a Call

Give us a call at our toll free phone number, 877.795.5684. We will answer any questions you have about our vanities and we can even take your oder over the phone. All you have to do is wait for your vanity to be delivered.