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Nothing is more practical than washing your hands, checking your hair or cleaning your teeth – however, these vanities soar beyond the pragmatic, playing the hero in their bathroom designs

1. Striking the right note

Part of a wider interior by Diego Revollo Arquitetura, this vanity includes wooden drawers in Pau Ferro wood – famously used in guitar construction – with a glossy finish on the outside and polished on the inside.

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2. Standout in a standout location

This august bathroom complete with refined vanity is part of a Thames-side penthouse's comprehensive and luxurious (think late-period Picasso on the wall) makeover by interior designer Jo Littlefair of Goddard Littlefair.

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3. Not born to follow

A Rubi vanity cabinet in colour Cuzco Cobre with a Hi Mac White benchtop, from Robertson Bathware, offers a natural focal point in this contemporary home by Landmark Homes North Shore /Rodney. The owners loved the vanity colour and this led the colour palette in the bathroom. 

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4. Hidden strengths

The vanity is cantilevered off a short wall
The vanity is cantilevered off a short wall and structural steel was designed and engineered to hold the vanity up.

You can't hang out like this cantilevered vanity without some serious backbone – in this case a steel beam provided the honours. The bathroom is by Sonja McAuliffe, of Archertec Interiors, while the vanity is painted Dulux Natural White with the benchtop in spotted gum.

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5. It's like a jungle sometimes

First to greet the eye, the wall-hung vanity in this bathroom – by Carla Molyneaux and Gaynor Rodgers, Melanie Craig Design – is a pleasing composition of rectangular floating elements, backed by a dramatic jungle wallpaper and large-format black tiles. The custom vanity is by Leading Edge Joinery with the benchtop in Concrete Formwood Natural, by Euroedge.

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6. Wonderful in wood

Marine grade teak makes a statement in this ensuite pod and vanity, part of a design by Pippa Paton of Pippa Paton Design. "For the ensuite we designed a T-shaped teak ‘pod’ to house shower, double vanity, floor-to-ceiling storage and display niches and screen the WC from view," says Paton.

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7. Mum, there's another feather in the basin

Kevin Toukoumidis and Bob McFadden of dSpace Studio designed the dynamic home that this bathroom appears in. The vanity is pretty dynamic itself, with a wall-mounted pourer emerging from a wall of plumage. The wild pendant is perfectly at home in the eclectic, edgy space.

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8. It's official – wood floats

Part of a home, designed by Bronwyn Aldridge of Brilliant SA, this solid wood vanity – floating and underlit to effect – commands attention within the bathroom. The vanity is in solid timber – Australian Wormy Chestnut – with black melamine interiors.

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9. Dramatic atmosphere

Part of a house by South Architects, this ensuite is nothing if not moody – the wood cabinetry is matched with a black benchtop and brass fittings. We're not even going to mention the wild wall finish. Oops.

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