Asked on Aug 17, 2019

Where can I find a long but shallow bathroom vanity?

I need a 15 inch or less depth bathroom vanity. Would prefer it be 36 to 48 inches wide with storage. I've looked everywhere. Any ideas?

  10 answers
  • Cheryl A Cheryl A on Aug 17, 2019

    I found that Amazon has them, Home Depot, Lowes as well

  • The Inspired Workshop The Inspired Workshop on Aug 17, 2019

    Hey Patty! Depending on the look you are going for, there are some contemporary style vanities I found on a few websites like Houzz that offered vanities in that size range! Here's a link to one that I found! Houzz If that's not a style you like, if you could show me some pictures of vanities you do like, I may be able to create some plans for you to build one yourself, which is totally doable if you have a few tools! Or you can always find someone who builds custom furniture near you and get a quote from them! Hope this helps!

  • Megan Megan on May 04, 2020

    Did out ever find one? I am in that same exact situation.

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    • Patty Gill Shaver Patty Gill Shaver on Oct 31, 2021

      Nope. Still looking

  • Mitzi Mitzi on Oct 15, 2021

    We have a very small, narrow bathroom that serves the main upstairs. When we remodeled used wall cabinets (15" depth) and set them on a 2x4 base to lift them up from the floor. We used a wall corner cabinet to set the sink in and added a 10" wall cabinet next to it for storage. We extended the tile counter over the toilet to give more counter/display space.

  • Chris Chris on Oct 31, 2021

    Ha, I just found this thread. I'm looking today also. My challenge is I need to find one with minimal drawers because of the drainage and interior plumbing. Ikea has one, it's out locally. Ikea has a 25 x 10.

  • Bobbie Bobbie on Aug 26, 2022

    I have scoured every place possible looking for a wide vanity with less than 16" depth but had no luck at all. They don't exist! I only found 24" shallow depth vanities, none wider. I was frustrated thinking I would have to have to get something custom built. Then, I had an epiphany! I had spotted the TV stand in my spare bedroom and realized that it was less than 16" deep and had sliding doors that could cover the plumbing when slid to the center. Perfect! I found a tv stand online that had the right dimensions and a 12" wide vessel sink that was narrow enough to fit! Finally! Problem solved! No, it's not "ideal", but it will satisfy the requirements of the building inspector without moving a wall or using a super small vanity that is too small for the space and won't hold much of anything! I'll add some nice baskets to corral the "stuff" and this house will now pass inspection!

  • Deb K Deb K on Dec 04, 2022

    Hi Patty, you could do a few things.

    1. Build your own to the specs you want (or have a friend/contractor build it)
    2. Buy one that is close to your measurements and "trim" it with a saw, then finish the edge off to look good.
    3. Make you own with an old dresser, or cabinet.

  • Mogie Mogie on Dec 05, 2022

    Go to and type exactly what you are looking for in their search bar. Then when the results come up select customer reviews so the best rated products come up at the top of the list.

  • Mogie Mogie on Jul 01, 2023

    Try amazon.