Vanity units without basin
Make the most of your bathroom space
The space under and around your bathroom washbasin is a storage opportunity. The smallest bathroom can squeeze in storage and style with a compact bathroom vanity unit. This storage is ideal for keeping your bathroom and toiletry supplies out of sight and within easy access.
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Create storage under the washbasin
A vanity unit under the washbasin is the ideal place to stash away your extra bottles of shampoo, cleaning supplies, towels and toilet paper. While bathroom shelves are useful for keeping daily necessities within reach, a closed storage cabinet keeps the bulkier items and supplies tucked away.
The space under the washbasin is wasted in most bathrooms. Use a vanity unit that is the right size for your washbasin and bathroom. Our designs can be used in the tiniest of bathrooms with a small footprint. Pick a design that will accommodate the sink you have chosen for the bathroom.
The storage you need in a bathroom vanity depends on what you use it for. If you need to store many grooming products and cosmetics in the bathroom, pick a vanity with more storage. A smaller unit would be enough if you do not store more than the basics.
Colour and finish
Pick a colour that will be harmonious with the rest of your bathroom design. If your washbasin is white, a white vanity will be a straightforward choice. You can also bring warmth into your bathroom with a wood finished cabinet. Choose from our wide range of vanity doors in different colours and patterns. If in doubt, a neutral colour inspired by your bathroom walls and other furniture is a good choice.
A vanity cabinet with drawers makes it easier to put items away without fear of them falling out easily when you access them. Drawers also make it easier to access all the items in the vanity without bending too much. Drawers are also helpful if you store many makeup and grooming products in the vanity. You are less likely to tip bottles and jars over in a drawer than a shelf.
Shelves are useful for storing tall bottles, bulk packages, toilet paper and towels. Bulkier and taller products are easier to store on shelves.
If you use the area around your sink, you need a vanity with counter space. In a smaller bathroom, you may have to use a bathroom shelf instead.
A vanity that works well with the existing plumbing is hassle-free to install. Pick from our selection of vanities to choose one that will not require plumbing modifications.
Before you buy a vanity unit, study the layout of your bathroom. Consider whether the vanity will get in the way of a door or pathway. The vanity should not get in the way of your using the shower or the toilet. Mark the space that the vanity will take up and see if it will get in the way. You should be able to open the drawers and doors of the vanity without bumping into anything else. Drawers will pull out to the front of the vanity. If there is too little room, you may not be able to easily access the back of the drawer. Vanity drawers swing to the side. Pick a design that works with your bathroom measurements and layout.
Your bathroom vanity should be designed for the humid conditions of the space. It will get daily use and should be durable to withstand repeated use cycles.