4 of the Best Bathroom Vanity ColorsOlivia
Thinking about adding a navy vanity to your bathroom? Planning to redecorate or update the color scheme in your bathroom to make it more modern, classic, or just more reflective of your own personal style preferences? Anve Kitchen and Bath has a huge selection of the most popular vanities and colors for you to choose from!
While trends in bathroom vanity colors are ever-changing, there are several colors that continue to stay popular year over year and decade after decade. And we wanted to talk about 4 of the best bathroom vanity colors that have stood the test of time.
Gray is a classic color that can create classic and versatile looks in any space. It is a neutral color, and unlike the bright red dining room trends from the early 2000s and the floral wallpaper that dominated in the 1980s, gray doesn’t peg your room to a specific remodel period or decade.
Gray is also a color that can lean toward cool or warm tones. You can use light gray hues to complement a wide array of other neutral or soft colors. Or you can add dark gray into rooms that have décor or accents with richer statement colors.
You can use gray accents in modern spaces, or even add a gray vanity to a bathroom that has more of a vintage feel.
Greige – a combination of gray and beige hues – has also gained popularity in recent years. It still gives you that classic look from the gray, while also creating a trendier neutral color to can set off a room’s statement piece.
The versatility and sharp accents of gray accessories, vanities, and paint have made it easy for the color to become a staple in anyone’s next home renovation project.
Including a navy vanity in your new bathroom or bathroom redesign is another popular and classic color.
Navy often gets used in bathroom and kitchen design elements. Adding a navy vanity can add the richness and depth of a jewel tone to your space, without committing to such a vibrant overall color scheme like sapphire or emerald.
Navy creates great accents for diverse décor styles as well. It is equally gorgeous in modern versus vintage and classic décor, and can even be incorporated in a number of different themes from nautical to farmhouse or even boho and plant-inspired bathrooms.
Lighting is also important in bathroom spaces. Many bathrooms feature white or light colors prominently to maximize the effect of light fixtures in the space.
Adding a navy vanity can create a strong and visually pleasing contrast while also helping to add dimension to the room.
Navy also works well to accent your other bathroom hardware – gold or silver fixtures, towel racks, and other small elements all look great with the dark blue hue.
White exudes the feeling that the space you’ve just entered is very calm, chic, and clean. As far as bathrooms and bathroom vanity colors go, white is one of the reigning champions of home décor and design.
A white vanity is simple and timeless. And it will go well with virtually any color palette you choose for your en suite, guest bathroom, or half bath.
Since white is likely to be featured in several places throughout your home and bathroom projects, it’s also important to think about how you want to incorporate it, from a functional perspective. If you have smaller bathroom spaces, white walls and a vanity with a dark or contrasting brightness could spruce up the space and make sure the lighting isn’t too reflective and overwhelming.
Too bright or too dark in the bathroom is a problem you will have to deal with every day, so finding the right palette and accents is worth taking the time to do. You can also reach out to Anve’s bathroom design experts if you want help tackling your next bathroom build or remodel.
While white accents bring stability and cleanliness to a space, black brings bold, chic statements to them. A black vanity is a very popular addition for those who favor bolder bathroom design features.
Black is great because it still captures the timelessness of a white or gray vanity, but it does it in a way that can be modernized, or even paired with gilded mirrors for a wholly art deco or vintage-inspired look.
This is one of the newer trends on the list, but we think black vanities are going to stay at the top for a while.
Newer Trends: Rich Green Vanities
Most of this list includes examples of the top bathroom vanity colors that have stood the test of time. But we also wanted to mention a growing trend: green vanities.
From light mint and sage hues to rich emeralds, a green vanity can truly transform your next bathroom project. Plant accents are gaining popularity, and a green vanity is a great way to marry those elements with your furniture choices and bathroom design aesthetic.
Your New Anve Vanity Awaits
We offer a range of sizes and finishes, which means you can start and end your search for a new bathroom vanity with Anve.
You can also contact us for custom vanities and bathroom design services, or browse our website by searching for specific bathroom vanity colors.