A split vanity creates a unique flow for this master bathroom space. By adding a vanity on either side of the door, the bathroom has a true "his" and "hers" space, giving this master en suite a smoother flow.
This elegant master bath with neoclassical touches includes a double entry shower. A floating tub separates the his and hers vanities, while textured wood floors add a rustic appeal. Sophisticated wallpaper creates a subtle design element.
In the master bathroom, split vanities connected by a makeup table create an interesting focal point in this Spanish Colonial bathroom. With the antique finish, the cabinets in get an elegant look while providing plenty of storage space.
A pair of large vanities in the master bathroom offer storage, convenience and flow without sacrificing an inch of space. The homeowners knew they needed a double vanity to give them the function that their previous space lacked, but there also wasn't a wall in the space long enough to make this request feasible, so designers decided to install two separate vanities rather than one double vanity, eliminating wasted space while still getting the homeowners the master bathroom of their dreams.
Light gray walls and white furniture create a bright transitional design in this Chicago bathroom. A glass door cabinet splits the vanities creating total his and her space. Red rugs add a warm color accent in front of the large bathtub.
A tile border outlines the split wall in this beautiful traditional bathroom. White paneling provides a break between the neutral floor tile and the neutral wall paint given a marbled look from the elegant hanging chandelier. A copper faucet is echoed with metallic picture and mirror frames. The dark vanity adds a contrast to the bright, warm space.
This gorgeous Craftsman-style vanity with dual sinks stretches wall to wall. Dark woods give the vanity an upscale appeal, and a shelf splits the two halves. Wall sconces complement the style of the vanity and provide soft lighting around the mirrors.
Vertical lights split the three sections of the mirror. A sleek, chocolate brown vanity is topped with white countertop that blends into the white wall. A marble tile backsplash features rich blue with a touch of beige.
Oval mirrors over white cabinets creates a side-by-side double vanity set up in this bathroom. A trio of sconces light the nook shape framing the vanities. The split wall features a textured white finish around the lower half giving a wave-like look to the room.
This custom-designed circular medicine cabinet measures in at 42 inches providing much-needed storage space. The mirror splits open to reveal shelving, its off-center position balancing out the sink's handles and the vanity's cabinetry down below.
A pair of vanities is split by a wide, arched doorway in this bright and airy transitional bath. A freestanding soaker tub takes advantage of the light from a large window, and built-in upper cabinetry provides extra storage, keeping surfaces clean and clutter-free. Recessed panels in the ceiling along with furniture-style feet on the vanities are architectural details that add both coziness and distinction.
The track lighting fixture shines on the glossy gray mosaic tile accent wall of this transitional bathroom. The dark structure of the vanity contrasts the white countertop and neutral split wall with half paint and half subway tile. A towel with dark yellow stripes and coordinating candle holder add soft color to the gray bathroom.
In this kids' bathroom, a skylight lets in plenty of natural light to brighten the space, while bold navy and green accent the space. The vanities are split here, making the space both functional and practical, allowing each child to have his own sink in the space, and wooden stools help the boys reach their sinks. Built-in shelves provide storage in the space, while an alligator shower curtain and zebra striped rug add personality and fun.