Modern Coastal Bathroom Vanities (on a Budget!) | Olive and Tate

Modern Coastal Bathroom Vanities (on a Budget!)


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Row 1: Navy | Grey | White |
Row 2: Grey | White | Oak |
Row 3: Navy | Dark Grey | White |
Row 4: Grey | White | White |

I'm not really sure how to describe the vibe I'm going for in our Master Bathroom but I do know the rest of our house leans towards clean, modern coastal, so that's where I started when picking out the major elements of our renovation. 

We are always working on a tight budget and a tight time table, so some of my fave double vanities sadly weren't options for this project (looking at you, vanity number 10!).


I try to keep my design ideas flexible when we renovate for this very reason, so instead of focusing on one specific product, I focus on the overall vibe I'm hoping to create.

After ordering a vanity and having the order canceled due to an endless backorder, ordering another vanity from a completely different retailer to have that order canceled because the stock was miscounted and getting shut down by my budget conscious business partner on my dream vanity, I chose this one!

I'm actually thrilled with the style, the counter top that comes with and know it will lend a timeless vibe to the space. And bonus points for me, it also happened to be the cheapest of all of my choices! 

I kept all of the options I considered on hand so that I could round them up - and looking at them all gathered together, I can absolutely see my style translated in each of them, despite different washes, finishes and genres of design. 

When discussing vanities and their price point, it's important to double check every single listing to see what items are included with the vanity.


Each vanity in this post comes with a marble (or comparable) counter top, two sinks and is 60" in width. We will source and purchase faucets and mirrors (more on those soon!). 

You can see the before of our Master Bath here and our design plan here

Pro Tip:

if you are doing a large scale renovation/build that includes purchasing stone surfaces from a stone yard, you may be able to negotiate a "scrap" or remnant for your bathroom vanity top! 


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