Double basin vanity ideas for bathrooms that are twice as nice.
When it comes to bathrooms, two basins are better than one. Double the space, double the storage and double the style points.
There’s plenty of reasons for choosing a double basin not just because they look so damn gorgeous. Having two identical basin areas creates a harmonious, pleasing symmetry and a luxe, hotel-like vibe. They effortlessly transform bathrooms into envy-inducing ensuites.
These are the most stylish ‘his and hers’ bathroom sinks that have been making a splash at Livingetc.
In the master bathroom, unexpected full-length mirrors are set above the basins to take your eye right up to the ceiling.
Get the look: The mirrors were bought at auction. The box pendant light is by Davey Lighting. The Duravit Foster basins are from CP Hart.
This industrial style en-suite bathroom was created from a guest bedroom. The ‘stone’ support for the basins was actually cast in concrete from a clay mould.
Get the look: CP Hart does similar basins. Plaster Decoration Company could provide a similar concrete support. To source a skilled glass engraver, contact the Guild of Glass Engravers.
Monochrome tiles and chic mirrors exude the Art Deco glamour of a New York hotel suite, while the built-in cabinets under the basins hide ample storage.
Get the look: The statuary marble tile design, framed mirrors and washstand are by Tamzin Greenhill Designs.
Bespoke concrete wall and floor panels create a gritty backdrop to the sculptural basins in this deliberately masculine bathroom.
Get the look: The Il Bagno Alessi One basins by Stefano Giovannoni for Laufen and the Dornbracht MEM wall-mounted mixers are from Ripples. The Hector Mini Globe pendants are from Hector Finch. The bespoke concrete wall and floor panels are from Ivanka.
For a more country-inspired, rustic approach, wood panelled walls and a muted colour palette create a calming bathroom. The traditional style sink stands has been supersized to create double the space.
Get the look: The mirror is from Les Sardines Antiques and Interiors. Find similar ticking fabric for blinds at Emily Bond.
Sleek, smooth tiling and curved modern basins combined with the simplified, minimal lines of the matte black wall lights, mirror and taps creates a simple and textural space.
Get the look: The Milan basin mixers are by Tre Mercati at QS Supplies. The basins are from Lusso Stone. The mirror is from Next Home. The wall lights are from Holly’s House. The Italgraniti wall tiles are from Tower Ceramics.
This bathroom is a steampunk mash-up of valves, pipes and contemporary art. Although the vanities don't offer additional storage, the symmetry is pleasing and takes advantage of the ample space in this industrial style bathroom.
Get the look: The basins are vintage finds. Try Victorian Plumbing for similar. Check out William Holland for a statement copper bath. The artwork is by Barcelona-based artist Fernando Prats.
Ribbed-glass Crittall doors separate the shower and WC from the basin, located in the bedroom. Painting ceilings in the same shade as the walls gives rooms a cohesive, cocooning feel.
Get the look: The bespoke basin was made with a Béton Ciré finish. The 19th-century French oeil-de-boeuf (bull’s eye) zinc window mirror is from Anton & K. The walls and ceiling are painted in Felt IV flat emulsion by Paint & Paper Library.
This room is all about the materials – the Arabescato marble contrasting beautifully with the dark walls, parquet flooring and nickel fittings.
Get the look: For marble vanities, try Catchpole & Rye
The monochrome palette and modern freestanding bathtub with matching his and hers sinks create a chic hotel-like interior. Simple ovals, marble and a micro cement floor keep things serene and uncomplicated.
Get the look: The basins and bath are from Victoria + Albert. The taps and bath filler are by Bagno Design. The marble is from Venice Marble. The bespoke vanity unit features Buster + Punch handles. The mirrors are from The White Company.