Bathroom vanities aren’t just for the bathroom, and we’re going to prove it.
See, there are a lot of places in the home other than the kitchen or bathroom where a sink and faucet can come in really handy. And installing a bathroom vanity makes the addition of a sink more attractive, plus it adds more storage space. It’s easier to install than a sink and separate shelving, too.
Here are our top three places in the home (other than the bathroom) to put bathroom vanities and sinks. Check out the photos, too. You’ll see that a vanity can be a natural fit in several parts of your home.
Bathroom Vanities in the Mudroom
It’s called a mudroom for a reason. That’s where you handle your muddy boots. It’s where you clean Rover’s dirty paws before letting him into the rest of the house. It makes sense that you’d want a spot to wash up a bit, too. There’s no reason your mudroom can’t be as stylish as the rest of your home. We used the rustic Glacier Bay Sea Bright Vanity to stow away cleaning supplies and simplify this easily-cluttered space.
Bathroom Vanities in the Craft Room or Potting Shed
Whether it’s a craft room or a potting shed, for DIY enthusiasts or gardeners, it’s the best room in the house. Unfortunately, it’s often the messiest. Having a place to wash up after digging the dirt or painting a chair is an obvious convenience. You can get clutter under control, too, with a charming vanity like the Home Decorators Collection Claxby Vanity. Store paint, wash brushes or clean gardening tools all within your crafty sanctuary.
Bathroom Vanities in the Garage
Try this classy alternative to the usual bare-bones approach to garage organization. The best part? It doesn’t take all weekend to install. We used the Glacier Bay Delridge Modular Vanity for tons of everyday storage. Plus, the utility sink helps keep garage grime at bay.
With so many bathroom vanity styles available, it’s easy to customize each of these to fit your home perfectly. So tackle one room, or tackle three. You’re bound to love the results.