30 Black Bathroom Vanity Designs that Will Make a Statement

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Published: August 31, 2021
Updated: December 1, 2023
Black Bathroom Vanity

Planning a stylish bathroom means choosing the perfect vanity design for it, especially since this is one of the first things that you or other people will see when they enter the room. While most would go with white color or wood finishes, there is something more eye-catching and unique with a black bathroom vanity.

Black is a great choice if you’re looking for a focal point because of its striking tones. Aside from its dramatic attributes, it is also versatile and can work with a variety of interior design styles depending on what you pair it with.

Black bathroom vanity with a plain or light veined white countertop, for example, is a timeless choice for transitional and contemporary interiors. Meanwhile, a white countertop with dramatic veins will look great in making a statement for modern or traditional spaces. A black countertop on black vanity, on the other hand, will create the right mood for modern and industrial bathrooms.

When it comes to finishes, matte, semi-gloss, and wood paints and stains work best in most interior styles while distressed finishes are ideal for farmhouse, industrial, and rustic bathroom themes. Another thing that you have to consider when working with black is the level of contrast that you want to achieve. If you’re looking for a clean and seamless approach, matte black or steel finishes for cabinet hardware are your best bet. However, if you want to create an elegant composition, brass and gold knobs and pulls will look great for your black bathroom vanity.

Here are beautiful black bathroom vanity designs that will give you an idea of how to work with this stunning color.

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A Timeless Piece

Black Bathroom Vanity

Simple and elegant, this black bathroom vanity has a timeless aesthetic that’s versatile and appropriate for different types of bathroom interiors. The recessed panel design of the cabinet doors and drawer face brings a classic quality to the piece. Meanwhile, the black wood stain, quartz countertop, and matte steel pull give the vanity a contemporary appeal.

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Crisp Elegance

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Add Functional Storage

Black Bathroom Vanity

This black bathroom vanity features a variety of storage options. The long length of the counter houses two sinks, allowing for two people to use it simultaneously. Below, the vanity has a combination of cabinets and three side drawers for each side and a central section to hold other items such as towels and other toiletries.

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Linear Mood

Black Bathroom Vanity

Create a statement in your black bathroom vanity by incorporating design language into the piece. This one, for example, showcases linear patterns as applied to the base cabinet’s apron and is also reflected on the veins of the EcoPoxy countertop. The vanity’s storage is fabricated using alder wood with a matte black finish and accentuated with black and brass drawer pulls. The round mirror and vintage-style bathroom light fixture softens the lines and balances the entire look.

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Black and White Vanity for a Graphic Bathroom

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Console Style Bathroom Vanity with a Modern Twist

Black Bathroom Vanity

The clean lines of the black bathroom vanity matched with a white countertop lend a contemporary twist to this Tudor-style home. The freestanding vanity design shows a combination of storage for the upper part and an open frame below, giving the bathroom a more modern vibe.

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A Compact Transitional Vanity for the Guest House

Black Bathroom Vanity

Whether placed in the guest room or in the powder room, this vanity design will wow your guests with its combination of black wood stain, white quartz countertop, and satin gold pulls. The base storage features two drawers, two cabinet doors, and two side shelves, giving different organization options for the space.

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Bathroom Vanity In Black, White, and Gold

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Long Floating Vanity for a Narrow Galley

Black Bathroom Vanity

For a narrow galley-style space, install a floating black bathroom vanity instead of full base storage. It visually opens up the room and allows for more floor space. For functionality, you can place two cabinet doors on each side and two drawers in the middle. The matte black finish and gold accents, combined with a long wall mirror and overhead sconce, give this interior a refreshing and contemporary vibe.

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Marble Vessel Sinks on a Console Vanity

Black Bathroom Vanity

Chic elements can make your black bathroom vanity a statement piece in the primary bath. While the drawers and open frame bottom shelf bring functionality to the vanity console, it’s the marble countertop sinks that will capture your attention. For additional chic points, you can accentuate your vanity with gold pieces on smaller items such as the knob bulls, drop light fixtures, faucets, and mirrors.

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Make a Statement

Black Bathroom Vanity

Enhance your bathroom with a black vanity, ideally paired with a chunky countertop to showcase the stone’s veining and add a significant style quotient. When choosing a thick countertop, consider the vertical dimensions, including cabinet storage height and overall vanity height, to maintain proportion and balance. An under-mount sink complements thick benchtops, reducing visual bulk and contributing to a clean, seamless look. Reflecting on this combination, interior designer Camila Lyons observes, “A substantial countertop with a wall-mounted faucet above a seamless black cabinet exemplifies thoughtful customization, adding bespoke sophistication to your powder room or ensuite bath.” This setup not only serves a functional purpose but also brings a unique, tailored elegance to the space.

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Statement Black Bathroom Vanity Benchtop

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Match it with a Playful Wallpaper

Black Bathroom Vanity

Designing your black bathroom vanity also means taking the vanity wall into consideration. In this image, the sophisticated look of the cabinets in matte black finish and gold pulls are further emphasized once paired with this contemporary bathroom wallpaper. For a cohesive look, take note of the vanity’s color scheme when furnishing the rest of the space and apply these shades and finishes to the mirror, faucet, and lighting fixtures.

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Contrast is the Key

Black Bathroom Vanity

Playing with contrast when it comes to your black bathroom vanity will achieve a statement. For example, this piece juxtaposes the vertical cabinet doors with smaller horizontal drawers that frame its perimeter. The deep black paint is also given more emphasis when paired with lighter-colored materials. The white countertop provides the right background for the black faucet while the mixture of acrylic and brass cabinet hardware acts as jewelry-like pieces that accentuate the black vanity.

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Play with Metals

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A Farmhouse Bathroom Vanity in Black

Black Bathroom Vanity

Bring in a cozy industrial twist to your bathroom by using a black farmhouse vanity. The batten door style of the cabinets is a known attribute of cottage-style interiors while the textured matte black finish is closely connected to industrial style spaces. Painted in Tricorn Black, you can match the vanity with a small knob pull for that unassuming vibe and pair it with a white surface-mounted sink. Keep the rest of the vanity setup straightforward by using matte black colors for the faucet, mirror, and wall sconces.

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Separate The Vanities

Black Bathroom Vanity

A long bathroom wall gives the perfect opportunity to play with volumes and functions within the space. This handsome bathroom is designed by creating two dramatic vanity areas separated by a door in the middle. Each black bathroom vanity features a single sink, fixed panel top drawers, and a low shelf for baskets and towels. As for the colors, its dramatic effect can be attributed to the deep dark blue finish with black undertones for the cabinetry and the use of oversized brass knobs.

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We’re Seeing Double

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Seamless and Modern

Black Bathroom Vanity

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Add a modern touch to your industrial-style bathroom by opting for black bathroom vanity with a seamless design. The base cabinets have an integrated finger pull detail, reducing the need for pulls and knobs. To keep up with the interior theme, install a marble countertop with dramatic light-colored veins and combine it with vintage-inspired faucets, mirrors, and bathroom overhead light.

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Black Wood

Black Bathroom Vanity

Photo: mimiandhill

Aside from paint and wood stains, another way to achieve an elegant black bathroom vanity is to use dark wood with black undertones. The richness of wood will bring warmth and texture to the space while giving it a fresh and natural vibe. Combine the wood cabinetry with a white stone countertop and match it with a mixture of black, white, and metal accessories for a visually appealing contrast.

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A Monochromatic Scheme

Black Bathroom Vanity

A black countertop on a black bathroom vanity brings in a monochromatic approach to the space. The under-mount sinks keep the counter open and seamless while the console cabinetry is designed with two doors, deep central drawers, and open shelving for towels and baskets. Maintain the black-on-black scheme by choosing the same colors for the faucets, mirrors, and wall sconces.

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Compact Black Bathroom Vanity

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1920s Flair

Black Bathroom Vanity

Bring in the glamour of the 1920s with a vintage black bathroom vanity console that either came from or is inspired by this era. The gold cup pulls lend a dramatic effect to the black cabinetry while the stone countertop with curved backsplash and gold faucet give it an old-world charm. Pair this piece with a vintage mirror and cylindrical Art Deco wall sconces.

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A Handsome Customization

Black Bathroom Vanity

Customize your black bathroom vanity to achieve the dream bathroom furniture piece that you’ve always wanted. The amount of detailing and contrasts applied to this handsome piece elevates the luxury of the interiors. Each cabinet door features a thin-tiered molding that frames the recessed panels. The same details are applied to the recessed panels of the lower drawers, while the top drawers sport a plain surface. Meanwhile, the gold pulls sparkles in contrast to the Off-Black paint of the cabinetry.

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Gold Accents for a Black Bathroom Vanity

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Accentuate with Gold and White

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Let it Float

Black Bathroom Vanity

Soften the look of a black bathroom vanity by opting for a floating design. This strategy visually expands the room and provides foot space underneath. A floating vanity can be beneficial whether you have a narrow floor space or if you have oversized cabinetry and would like to offset the visual heaviness that comes with it.

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Black Floating Vanity with Marble Counter

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In the Mood for Gothic

Black Bathroom Vanity

Unique statement pieces are a must-have when designing your interiors. If you veer towards the vintage, traditional, or eclectic theme, this Gothic-inspired black bathroom vanity washbasin is the perfect piece that will add an exquisite touch to your space. Designed as a console, the basin counter and backsplash are fabricated in black marble while the lower frame is constructed using black aluminum.

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Black Bathroom Vanity with Playful Touches

Black Bathroom Vanity

Photo: willabyway

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