The Best Bathroom Vanity Units

Changing your bathroom sink is a quick and easy way to transform the look of your bathroom. Bathrooms tend to be small and lacking in storage, but the right bathroom vanity unit can provide the much needed storage. We asked one of our designers, Joel which his go-to vanity units are at the moment, and how you can replicate in your bathroom. Whether you are looking for a complete bathroom renovation, or just to refresh, don’t miss out on our annual sale where you can save up to 40% on our leading brands.

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The ribbed detail in the Walnut wood nods to 70s nostalgia, but still keeping hold of the luxury academy style of semi open furniture.  Available in various metal finishes its versatile to be customised to different customers brassware and stone preferences. With also a range of marble tops available it lends itself to blending in but still remaining the feature where required. Across this range there is a matching mirror and other storage solutions, adding the storage requirements of each user, even down to a dressing table. It’s a nod to the 70s but the marble accent gives to the timeless elegance.

Designers Tip: 

Pair with either wall sconces or for a wow factor pendant lights at different heights.


Working in partnership with our carefully selected bespoke joiners, West One Bathrooms have created the classically timeless Knightsbridge vanity unit. It is customisable from the marble finish, vanity colour & handles to size and configuration. The marble plinth detail helps ground the unit in symmetry, plus who doesn’t love a marble accent! The shaker style is a timeless classic, and fitting with many current kitchen trends. Available as a double, triple or cloakroom size, it can flow from room-to-room in a house or be the storage solution we all need for the only bathroom in the house.

Designers Tip: The look of the vanity can be transformed, all down to the brassware it’s paired with. For example, you can take it from a French Chateau to an East London warehouse and transform the look completely.

West One Bathrooms – Knightsbridge Unit 7
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Contemporary vanities with sleek clean lines don’t have to be a white box to be classified as minimal design. Over the past few years in both classic and modern designs the separation of basin to vanity has been very successful. By separating the two major components makes way for display space, open aspects and “clean lines”. In this project, we have used the Strato furniture from Inbani which enabled us to play around with the configuration and colours allowing this look to be customised to any colour palette and size.


Designers Tip: Customise the colour and finish of the vanity unit to tie in with the rest of your scheme and pair with a large recessed mirror cabinet for additional storage



Advancing on the look shown in three, we have started to see the split enhanced with the worktop and a feature basin.  This look is particularly ideal for a cloakroom where you still want to hide the essentials, but allow for open baskets or rolled towels. The counter top bowl isn’t for everyone but it does give the user a place to add a wow factor, the bowl could be marble, glass, terrazzo or even wood.

Designers Tip: Texture layering is just as big as mixing metals.

Bathroom Vanity Unit West One Bathrooms

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