PS Design For You // Floating Vanities

When remodeling a bathroom there are so many vanity options you can choose. One of them being a floating vanity. These vanities are being seen more and more. They are minimalistic, yet they can be functional at the same time! One of the great characteristics is that they are unique (you are not seeing them in everyones bathroom) and this vanity makes a statement all on its own! Sometimes the hesitation in picking this vanity would be  because it lacks the storage of other vanities. But there are plenty of different styles that offer more storage than others. Think of it like a statement piece that makes your bathroom really stand out!

Design: Tracy Hardenburg Designs

Design: Tracy Hardenburg Designs

Unique Features of a Floating Vanity

1. Shows off the flooring:

Because the vanity is raised more of the flooring will show. So if you have some beautiful flooring that you love this a great way to highlight that.

Design: Studio Mcgee

Design: Studio Mcgee

2. Makes the space appear more open:

With the added floor space underneath this helps make it look like it has more space than it actually does.

Design: Erin Williamson Design

Design: Erin Williamson Design

Design: Amber Interiors, Photography: Tessa Neustadt

Design: Amber Interiors, Photography: Tessa Neustadt

3. Creates a Minimalistic Look

Floating vanities are more streamlined and simple than most vanities. They bring in a modern element to a bathroom.

Design: Alexander Design, Photography: Tessa Neustadt

Design: Alexander Design, Photography: Tessa Neustadt

Design: Amber Interiors, Photography: Tessa Neustadt

Design: Amber Interiors, Photography: Tessa Neustadt

Source: My Domaine, Photography: Elizabeth Roberts

Source: My Domaine, Photography: Elizabeth Roberts

4. Makes a statement

These beautiful vanities really make a impact in the bathroom. They bring have so many unique qualities versus a traditional vanity. It is the  statement piece in the bathroom.  They can be anything from modern and sleek to a more classic style with wood and marble. 

Design: Studio Mcgee

Design: Studio Mcgee

Design: Robert Elliott Homes

Design: Robert Elliott Homes