Vanity Designs for Him and Her
A set of his and her vanities provides invaluable convenience in master bath, especially when floor space is efficient, but limited.
Here are several examples of master bathrooms with dual vanities and open knee-hole / dressing chair storage in between. See which configurations you like best, full or lowered height tables:
- Full wall of vanity storage in the Serengeti
- Mountain rustic finishes with modern dressing vanity in the Smokey Ridge
- Craftsman style master bath with his and hers built in dressing counter in the Statesman
- Contemporary black, white, and gray bath with single height dressing counter between the his and hers vanities in the Woodlake
- Dual vanities for dual heights, with a wider dressing table in the Lakehouse
- Connected his and hers vanities with morning counter top in between in the Rossi
When working with a custom home builder, the master bathroom tends to be the second most modified room of your home (after the kitchen). Read on to see how our home buyers made their master bath a space of their own - with connected his and her vanities. (Also get details on paint colors, counter tops, and cabinet sizes found in these photos.) Design ideas from Raleigh new home builder Stanton Homes - get help finding a floor plan with the master bath layout you want.
7 Top His and Hers Vanity Designs:
Each of the master bathroom photos below show different ways to include connected his and hers vanities. Several custom home baths will give you "dressing table" ideas (when a section of the counter top is lowered to accommodate chair-height uses). See our full ideabook of dual master vanities, here.
1. His and Hers Vanity with Dressing Table
A dual vanity with dressing table requires a single, long wall on one end of the room. The dressing table (the lower center section of the counter top) is sized for a chair to fit comfortably underneath.
Generally, a 33 inch tall vanity may be more ideal for women, while a 36 inch tall vanity suits most men.
These vanity cabinets are Cherry wood with a Slate stain. Each vanity has six drawers and a center cabinet. The square sinks give a modern appeal. 4'' backsplashes protect the walls between the sinks and mirrors.
2. Furniture Style His and Her Vanity with Makeup Counter
Tall ceilings, large windows, wide mirrors, frameless shower glass, and light tones work together to open up this hallway style master bathroom.
The vanity cabinets are Maple wood with espresso stain, dovetail soft close drawers, and furniture style feet. The vanity tops are "Crema Marfil Marble," with two white oval undermount vanity sinks.
Wall sconces add light to the room, and let the full wall mirror extend to the ceiling (many vanity lights are installed above the mirrors). The room is painted in SW "7548 Portico".
3. His and Hers Vanity with Knee-Hole Space for Dressing Chair
We're seeing a trend towards master bathrooms with dressing or makeup counters - here is another example layout.
The vanity cabinets are made of Oak wood with an espresso stain. Each tall vanity is 39'' wide. The center dressing table is 27'' wide. The vanity is 24'' (two feet) deep.
The vanities are mirror images of each other, with all drawers located to the center and cabinets to the outside.
The shower and closet are completely open to the vanity area. (The door pictured leads to the private toilet room.)
4. Long His and Her Vanity with Full Wall Mirror
The bathroom vanity is Maple wood finished in Antique White paint. Each vanity is 39'' wide, with a center set of drawers 21'' wide.
The "Carolina Cream Gloss" countertop is a standard 24'' depth. Integrated oval sinks keep a smooth surface. The sink backsplash is 4'' tall.
This master bathroom fits smoothly into the farmhouse style home, filled with shades of white, beige, and tan. The paint color is called "SW 7506 Loggia".
5. Small Bathroom with Dual Vanity
These vanity cabinets are made of Hickory wood in a Chestnut stain.
This is a more compact master bathroom space. The vanities are each 27'' wide, connected by an 18'' wide set of drawers in the center. The granite vanity top is called "Suede Brown".
It is always a good idea to balance size with cost in the master bathroom. Do you need 39'' or 36'' cabinets, or will 27'' wide cabinets, with additional drawers, provide enough storage space? Try measuring your current bathroom, for a starting point on the space you have - and get a better idea of what you need.
6. Modern Bathroom with His and Her Connected Vanity
These vanity cabinets are made of Maple wood with an espresso stain and oil rubbed bronze drawer pulls. The granite counter top color is called "Mirador Gold".
The bathroom is painted in Benjamin Moore "AF-670 Nightingale". Hanging lantern style lights replace more traditional vanity lights.
The three-sided glass shower takes center stage in this master bath, with two shower heads (one hand-held option and one rain head).
7. Vaulted Ceilings in the His and Hers Bath
The his and hers vanity is built in Maple wood and finished in Antique White paint. Each vanity is 36'' wide with a 21'' center set of drawers.
The vanity counter tops - made of cultured marble - are called "Riverstone" A big advantage of cultured marble is the integrated, seamless sinks, so much easier for cleaning and very appealing to the eye.
See 12 more popular master bathroom layouts, here.
Best His and Her Layouts in the Master Bathroom:
If you're like many NC new home owners, you crave a little separation and personal space for your morning and evening rituals. The master bathrooms pictured above provide good examples of how to maintain separate space, without installing two separate vanities.
Contact Stanton Homes at 919-278-8070 or visit www.StantonHomes.com to learn more about building an NC custom home.