Getting the master bathroom in your home right can really transform your morning and nightly bathroom-related experiences. To get your bathroom right, though, you’ve got to have the right design. And, to have the right design, you have to consider the ways in which you and your significant other use the master bathroom.
Often, you’ll find couple complaining about not having a “space of their own” within the master bath. For this reason, you’ll often see people install massive built-in vanities. While this can work for some, there’s actually a more elegant solution that’s worthy of your consideration. We’re talking here, of course, about having two separate vanities.
The benefits of this setup are obvious. When there are two separate vanities, you don’t have to worry about one another’s messes. However, this isn’t the only benefit. As you’ll see in the 23 examples that follow, having two vanities within your master bathroom can actually increase the floor space available to you, allowing you to install things like massive tubs and beautiful walk-in showers.
If this sounds like a solution that could work for your master bathroom, then come take a look at these amazing 23 master bathrooms that feature two vanities. We’re sure you’ll find all the design inspiration you need right here!
1. Separate Areas
Typically the two vanities in a master bathroom will be placed next to each other; however completely separate spaces can be created by doing something like you see here.
2. Tub Zone
This master bathroom makes an elegant choice by separating the two vanities with a drop-in tub.
3. Similar Choice
Here you see the same design premise at play, however the tub has been aligned differently in order to preserve available floor space.
4. Sharing Counter
When you include a seating area like this master bathroom does, the two vanities can share counter space.
5. His and Hers
These two differently aligned vanities provide plenty of space for he and she. The one with more counter space would obviously belong to her!
6. A Doorway
To preserve space in this master bathroom while also making the most amount of counter space available, the two vanities have been separated by a closet door.
This master bathroom uses the same design premise, while also using short walls to create completely separate and private areas.
8. Hot Corner
In this master bathroom, a large corner tub has been included. On either side, you have the two separate vanities.
9. Contemporary Scheme
Here you have an example of a master bathroom that uses the same design premise. It’s been outfitted in a contemporary style, however.
10. Making The Most
This master bathroom is an excellent example of how having two vanities can help you to preserve a sense of openness.
11. Bathroom Noir
We love the color scheme of this contemporary master bathroom with two vanities that adopts a noir aesthetic.
12. Dual Pedestal
To really maximize available space when using two vanities instead of one, consider going with pedestal units.
13. Let There Be Light
The two vanities in this stunning master bathroom are tied together thematically by the beautiful stainless steel light fixtures that hang above them.
14. Two Opposing
One interesting solution for using two vanities in a master bathroom is something like this, where the two vanities oppose one another on opposite sides of a floating wall.
15. Color Choices
By choosing to go with black cabinets for both vanities, this master bathroom really allows that center drop-in tub to shine!
With a lower piece of countertop functioning as a small seating area, this master bathroom with two vanities gets things right!
17. Generous Scale
Here, you have an example of a beautiful and enormous master bathroom that provides two vanities with more counter space than you could shake a stick at.
If you really want to create that sense of ownership or each vanity, consider building them into alcoves as this master bathroom does.
The understated look of both vanities in this master bathroom really allows the beautiful tile work to shine through.
20. Opposite Sides
When you have to vanities on either side of the master bathroom, their mirrors will reflect one another, making the space seem enormous.
21. Classic Love
This master bathroom adopts classic styling with its small pedestal vanities. The cabinet in between them both is a masterful stroke.
22. Walk-In Shower
Another smart design for a master bathroom is to put the two vanities on opposite sides of a walk-in shower.
23. The Smart Choice
When you really want to open up the space of a bathroom (and have a space to call your own), there’s no better choice than going with two vanities!
24. The Split Vanity
Rather than running the vanity all together, this master bathroom divides its one. In the middle you’ll find a deliciously modern and inviting tub.
25. Twin Basins
In order to achieve it’s decidedly contemporary look, this master bathroom uses a dual vanity that features two beautiful white porcelain basin sinks.
26. His and Hers
Lets face it; with a dual vanity “her stuff” is likely to dominate the countertop. Why not create two completely separate spaces like this, then?
27. Grab a Seat
If you have the space to allow for it, a dual vanity that provides a place to sit in the middle can be a real convenience.
28. Shelving Underneath
When storage becomes a bit of an issue in your master bathroom, a dual vanity with a storage shelf underneath can be just the thing you need!
29. Changing Elevations
Amid the boxy and contemporary styling of this master bathroom, the dual vanity with two levels of countertop height adds visual spark.
30. The Long Hanging Vanity
Depth and dimension are important in a contemporary master bathroom. That’s what makes the dual vanity, which juts out from the wall, such a smart choice here.
31. The Faux Double
Without the space for a true “dual vanity”, this master bathroom uses a double-wide basin sink with two faucets to accomplish more or less the same effect.
32. The Regal Look
With elegant cabinetry featuring gold hardware, the dual vanity in this master bathroom imbues the space with a tremendous level of regality.
33. Benches and Chairs
Spanning the whole front wall of the home, the dual vanity in this master bathroom also includes comfortable benches beneath the windows and a place for doing makeup.
34. Total Symmetry
With two vanities opposing one another on opposite walls, this space feels large, even though it’s designed entirely symmetrically.
35. Flooring and Vanities
With a floor as eye-popping as this master bathroom’s, it totally makes sense to have a dual vanity that offers plenty of clearance beneath.
36. Hanging Lights
Often you think about how the dual vanity itself is designed when trying to make the most of your master bathroom design… Sometimes it’s what’s hanging over that vanity, though!
37. The Built-In Mirror
You’ve got to love the detailing on the cabinetry of this master bathroom’s dual vanity, but it’s what’s been done with the mirror behind that really makes this room sparkle.
38. Clean and Elegant
Overall, simplicity is the name of the game in this master bathroom. But, against that simplicity, the Spartan but smart dual vanity adds the right level of pop and dimension to the space that’s needed.