Prices on single bathroom vanities have changed drastically in the past couple years – much like with everything else, I suppose. I remember a time when it was wild to find one over $1000, and now that seems to be the standard, especially if you want real stone for the top.
When sourcing vanities for the Cape Cod Rental, it was a challenge to find anything nice below that $1000 mark. But I did find a handful, and today I’m sharing these sources with you in case you, too, are in the market for a budget-friendly but still beautiful single vanity.
Besides price, I also narrowed down my search by size. I need 36-inch vanities for all three bathrooms at the Cape Cod Rental. I also need the sink to be centered on the vanity; none of that left-centered and right-centered nonsense. Ideally, I’d like a vanity with a symmetrical front, too, to go with the symmetry of having sconces around the mirror.
Read on for single bathroom vanities under $800, and see which ones I ordered for the Cape Cod Rental. Most of these have more than one color option, so be sure to click the links!
We chose vanity number 1 for both the powder room and the kids’ bathroom. Not only is it super budget-friendly – $239 each! – it’s also durable enough for a rental! We installed something very similar in the downstairs bathroom at the Greystone House, pictured at the beginning of this post.
For the Cape Cod master bathroom I chose vanity number 11. I was set on a black vanity to add some drama to the overall design. So when I considered price, durability, and shipping times (due to our quickly-approaching deadline!), number 11 was the top choice. I’m excited to see how that beige countertop will play with the rest of the room, but on photos it looks like a timeless choice. The bullnose edge gives it a more refined look, and once I change out the hardware to brass, it’ll tie quite nicely with the rest of the plans I have for that space. I’ll be sharing my design plans soon, by the way. So stay tuned!
Other personal favorites are number 3 – we installed the 72″ version of it in the Greystone master bathroom. We had the black version of number 2 in the kids’ bathroom at the Greenfield Remodel. That was my first pick, but unfortunately the black one is currently sold out. Numbers 7 and 13 look like something you’d find at Restoration Hardware – but for way, way less. Number 4 is another personal favorite, but I wish the top wasn’t Luna Pearl granite.
Which are your favorites?