They say that variety is the spice of life, so why is it that the majority of us end up going for a brown or white bathroom vanity? I know it's for the timeless factor, bathrooms are pricey and then there is the availability factor, most of the reasonably priced bathroom vanities are, you guessed it, white or brown.
However, as you'll see in these photos, buying a simple white vanity and repainting it a daring or delicate shade of blue can take your bathroom from feeling the blues to the sky's the limit! Not bad for a weekend project and the price of a gallon of paint. I doubt I'd ever get sick of any of these blue vanities, but if you did you can always scoop up some primer and a different colour paint.
I love the combination of these Robin's egg blue cabinets with the
frosted glass handles, it's so feminine.
And how perfect does this deep blue vanity work in a boy's bathroom:
I also like the modern look of these Ikea kitchen cabinets used for a bathroom vanity. Yes, those are Ikea cabinets! Don't you just love that wake me up to go go blue? The bright blue vanity paired with the light grey carrera marble and patterned floor is just fantastic.
The cute little blue vanity above is actually an inexpensive vanity from Canadian Tire that was repainted blue. It is in the basement of House & Home Senior editor, Meg Crossley. You can read about her basement bathroom renovation here.
(I couldn't find the model Meg used on the Canadian Tire site, but I did find 2 others that were nice. For a contemporary look the Debbie Travis Tudor Vanity would work & for a more classic look, the For Living Lexington Bathroom Vanity could be nice. I think the Lexington one would look great like this:
Isn't it much more fun and interesting to have a blue vanity then if they had left it white?
And what girl could resist a Tiffany blue bathroom vanity? Pas moi!
That little nook is a great space saving idea and I like how they used the contrasting yellow subway tiles to give an extra punch to the Tiffany blue cabinet.
Want to keep it real simple? Then this little blue table with the white
vessel sink might be just up your alley:
Which is your favorite shade of blue?