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We added a powder room to our basement last year and selecting the vanity was one of the many things I spent way too much time sourcing. I tagged every vanity that caught my eye and now I’m rounding up top picks by price range to help you in your search!
You might be wondering when does it make sense to save and when should you splurge on a Powder Room Vanity?
Here are my thoughts… If you prefer a painted vanity, especially white, you should consider the value route, if you want a walnut or a white oak vanity splurge or go for a mid range option. Wood vanities in the save category tend to look cheaper as the wood is not as high quality or a veneer and while this doesn’t show in a painted piece, it most definitely does in a natural or stained wood.
Also ask yourself how important this powder room is to the overall look and feel to your home. Is it on a main floor or is it tucked away? This should also help you decide whether to save or splurge.
And lastly, what else will the powder room include? Are you wishing to splurge on lighting and maybe a pretty wallpaper? Then saving on the vanity might be your best bet. But if your vanity is your main attraction and it’s within budget, then definitely go all in on the high end vanity!
Looking for a way to upgrade your value vanity? Consider swapping out the hardware for something a little more substantial. I love a polished nickel for a bathroom or an unlaquered brass. You can see our more recent powder room project here. We used this value vanity from Lowes and and upgraded the hardware with these unlaquered brass knobs that can be found throughout our home.
Below I’ve listed Powder Room Vanity options by price range – Value (Under $1000), Midrange ($100-$2500) and High End (Over $2500)
I hope this post is helpful for anyone who is designing a powder room of their own. If you need design help, I’m always happy to jump on a quick call though an hourly consult to discuss ideas and make suggestions or we offer virtual full room design. Fill out out our contact form to get started.