When designing your master bathroom, a floating vanity can provide a beautiful focal point for the space while also being highly functional. A floating vanity is currently one of the hottest trends in bathroom design and will add to the overall aesthetics of your space.
Some of the key benefits to having this type of vanity, aside from the aesthetics is the following: it makes your bathroom appear more spacious, it makes it easier to clean, it can add an elegantly minimalist look, radiant heat flooring underneath the vanity can keep your feet warm while you stand at the sink, wall tile is more exposed, and it can accommodate people of all heights.
Have a look below for some inspiring ideas of how you could integrate a floating vanity into your master bathroom.
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1. In this stunning master bathroom, the floating vanity is composed of walnut. The deck around the tub is made from cedar with a clear stain on it. The ceiling is cedar. The bathtub is by Wet Style. The mirror is on a sliding track with a window behind it, as it moves from wall to wall. Tech Lighting provided the pendants. On the wall, the tiles are 8x 20 Bitech White tiles from Pental. (via Lane Williams Architects)
2. This spa-like bathroom features a window that continues from the floor to the roof and across the ceiling to form a skylight. The vanities, storage cabinets and mirrored cabinets are from the M Collection by WETSTYLE. Finish: Chocolate Walnut. See the rest of this incredible home here: Arizona desert home blurs indoor-outdoor boundaries. (via Tate Studio Architects)
3. A remodeled Victorian in San Francisco features a custom floating cabinet with a clear walnut and a satin finish. The wood grain is horizontal, lending a more custom look. On the floor, the marble hex tile is called Nero Marquina at Ann Sacks. They are 2 1/2″. The grout color is Custom Building Products / Custom Grout Solutions #60 SANDED CHARCOAL. The original cast iron tub was refinished. On the walls, Gray Cloud 2126-60 | Benjamin Moore. The lights are the E27 from Design Within Reach. The faucets are from Dorn Bracht and the marble sinks are from Stone Forest. (via Hart Wright Architects)
4. This master bath features floating vanities and glass details to create an open and light bathroom. The shower tile is a glass tile from Ann Sacks. The light fixtures above the vanities are from City Lights in San Francisco. The towel rail is a plug in unit with hot water : you can find this at Bed, Bath & Beyond. (via Staprans Design)
5. A modern master bathroom with floating vanities. On the ceiling, the square recessed lighting is the perfect compliment to the rectilinear interiors. A custom LED strip light and mirror detail delivers soft illumination while standing in front of the vanity. The lights in the mirror were a custom detail, backlit using a frosted lens with an LED strip light. The faucet and sinks are the Toscoquattro design. The faucets are hidden in the steel shelf. (via Robyn Scott Interiors)
6. This master bathroom in an Arizona home features a floating vanity and sunken tub. The countertop and tub surround is Marron Cohiba granite. The sink and tub are by Kohler. The mirror is custom and the dimensions are roughly 4’x6′. It is a piece of unframed mirror, backlit with led strips. To achieve the floating look of the mirror, the architects used a 1.5″ cleat, necessary for backlighting. The bathroom is 15′ x 17′. See the rest of this spectacular home: Spectacular contemporary dream home immersed in the Arizona desert. (via Tate Studio Architects)
7. A custom floating vanity was designed by the architects and fabricated in Austin, Texas by Honea Woodworks. The wall-mounted faucets are by Dornbracht. On the floors, Rugosa cement tile from Mosaic House. (via Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects)
8. This modern master bath in Seattle features a dual sink, marble counter and floating vanity. The vanity is made of vertical grain fir. (via RW Anderson Homes)
9. A home in Lake Tahoe, California features this contemporary bathroom with a granite waterfall countertop, radiant heat flooring, and a Be Bathtub BBE01 freestanding tub with floor mounted faucet from Wetstyle. The tub is a 60″ soaker inside a 7×9 curbless shower. There is a cove with LED tape in the shower. The shower tiles are 2×14″ strips of quartzite. (via Kelly & Stone Architects)
10. This zen-inspired modern bathroom features a floating vanity with a thick white marble countertop. The wood is finished naturally and derives its color from the natural coloration of the wood. The light fixture is an antique, modified to work for this condition. The soaking tub is by Lacava. See the rest of this amazing home here: Mid-century dream home in Corona del Mar features tranquil gardens. (via Laidlaw Schultz Architects)
11. The dual floating vanities are custom – rift cut white oak. The drawers fit around the plumbing. Vanity light is the Artemide 2 Square Strip Wall Light. The striking feature wall behind the freestanding tub is the Interceramic “Interglass Shimmer” glass tile – color “daylight”. The tub is the WETstyle “CUBE” BC0801, 60″ x 30″ x 22.5″. The tub filler is Dornbracht – KATA wall-mounted single-lever bath mixer with shower set.
On the floors, integrally colored concrete (Davis Colors) with an acrylic sealer (“Arizona Sealer”). Notice the medicine cabinets are flush with the wall? They are a custom painted MDF cabinet, installed prior to drywall installation. The corner bead wraps into the medicine cabinet box. See the rest of this sleek pad here: Modern vacation house suspended above the desert. (via Ibarra Rosano Design Architects)
12. The floating vanity is a dark-stained walnut veneer. The cabinet is hung with cleats from solid backing in the stud wall. Vanity dimensions are 24″ x 72″ wide. The sconces are the “Tin Square wall sconce”. The counter is white Ceasarstone, while the sink basins are by Duravit and the faucet is Jado. The tile in the shower consists of remnants from a tile shop. The owners used a kit which contained a grid template and mixed the tiles. Walls are painted inOxford White CC-30 | Benjamin Moore. On the floors, 1/2″ thick marble statuario tile, 12 x 12. (via Mark English Architects)
13. An Upper East Side carriage house features this stylish and contemporary master bathroom. The countertop material was sourced from Stone Source. See the rest of this incredible home here: Carriage house transformed into stylish contemporary dwelling in New York. (via DHD Architecture and Interior Design)
14. The vanity is from the custom line Bellmont by Pacific Crest from Washington State. The vanity is 90″ long x 21″ deep. The decorative hardware is AMEROCK # 26135-26 chrome, sourced from Top Knobs. Sinks are the Ladena by Kohler. The countertop is made of Caesar Stone material , color is Blizzard : 2141. The shower is 84″ wide x 42″ deep. The wall tile is CALACATA SILVER by Porcelanosa, size 12″x35″. The floor is a porcelain tile from Porcelanosa — Tissue Silver 17″x26″. (via Cabinets and Beyond Design Studio)
15. All the tile in this bathroom was purchased through Triton Tile of Palm Springs. The lighting in the shower niche was created by using a “channel” for the led light strip to go in. It adds a touch of light to illuminate and highlight the details! This bathroom as 8′ wide; from wall to shower is about 42″. See the rest of this fabulous home here: Midcentury dream retreat with a poolside oasis in Palm Springs. (via H3K Design)
16. This stunning floating vanity is custom stained rift white oak, made by Baywood Cabinets. Cabinet pulls are the Sugatsune SN Series. The sinks are Kohler Ladena, while the faucets are Jalco 8″ Contemp widespread faucets, 9880. Countertop is Silestone Blanco Zeus. This porcelain tile is available at Statements Tile in the Groove line. The floor color is Jute and baseboard color is coffee. Walls are painted in C2 Paint, C2 – 410 P, Shitake. (via Dyna Contracting)
17. This trendy bathroom in Boston features a custom floating vanity composed of Elm, complimented by undermount sinks and a white Carrara marble countertop. (via LDa Architecture & Interiors)
18. This bathroom vanity is custom built, bamboo veneer on 3/4″ birch plywood. On the vanity is a quartz countertop by Caesarstone – Concrete 2003. The large floor and shower tile is Porcelanosa Ferroker Porcelain 17″ X 26″ with #H142 French Gray grout by Hydroment. The lights are made by Eureka Lighting and called Mini Square Silene. (via Ryan Duebber Architect)
19. The vanity was custom made with walnut, complimented by a Caesarstone — Pure White 1141 countertop. The cabinet size is 6′ x 2′-3″. The faucet is: Danza Parma single handle lavatory faucet, tall, chrome. The mirror is custom made. There are special reinforcements in the wall for the vanity and for the floating shelves (1″ thick). The light fixtures were purchased online at Lighting Direct. The tiles in the shower are Travertin, Ivory Chiseled Edge, French style 2″x4″. (via Anav Design Studio)
20. This stunning master bathroom offers a fantastic vision and execution. The floating vanity dimensions are about 22″ deep by 9 ft long. On the floor, the porcelain tiles are manufactured by Caesar, purchased from Hamilton Parker in Cincinnati. (via Ryan Duebber Architect)
21. This gorgeous master bath features a vanity/sink combination the Modular Skye Vanity series from LA-based furniture company Maison Bertet. It is made of a white MDF. The sconces are from Lamps Plus – Possini Silver String Shade Style # 15731. The chandelier over the tub is from ATG Stores – Item Number ICH394A04CH9. The feature wall behind the tub is called deco block, an homage to mid-century modern. (via H3K Design)