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If you’re trying to achieve a clean, modern look in the bathroom, you’ll want a vanity to match. With streamlined designs and minimal detailing, modern vanities are ideal for maintaining an uncluttered bathroom that’ll help you feel rejuvenated. While you search for the best designer bathroom vanities for your home, keep the following pointers in mind.

How Much Room Do You Have?

It probably comes as no surprise that one of the first things you should figure out is how much room you have for a new bathroom vanity. That means it’s time to take out the measuring tape. But this also means you’ll have to decide whether you have room for a vanity with two sinks, or just one. Single modern vanities can actually have a lot of charm and are perfect for a powder room or guest bath. On the other hand, if you’re renovating a master bathroom, it might mean a lot less stress to have a double modern vanity with two sinks.

What Kind of Sink Style Do You Prefer?

Modern bathroom vanities go great with sinks that are a bit out of the ordinary. If you really want to make a statement, look for vessel sinks that sit on top of the counter like a bowl. For something a bit more subtle, look for vanity tops with integrated sinks. With this style, the countertop simply slopes downward in a clean line to direct water. A modern vanity sink can be anything you want — it just depends on what is practical for your family.

Wall-Mounted or Freestanding?

Finally, take a look at the variety of modern sink vanity designs out there. Wall-mounted modern vanities are typically boxy in shape, and some don’t touch the ground at all. Keep in mind, that means you need to ensure there’s flooring underneath your vanity if there wasn’t before. Still, you can also find freestanding vanities with legs if you prefer a more transitional look.