60 Beautiful Bathroom Vanities with Glass Doors

October 20th, 2014

Bathroom Vanities with Glass Doors do two things for your bathroom. They add beauty and a mystifying aura to your bathroom.  Glass is also an effective way to make small bathrooms look bigger while still concealing your personal accessories.  All of the vanities on this page are shipped in a timely manner with Fast and Free Shipping. California customers must pay Sales Tax. All other customers enjoy No Sales Tax!

Below you will find 2 lists. The first list has Bathroom Vanities with Glass Doors in all shades and colors. The second list only displays White Vanities with Glass Doors. White White Wall Mounted Vanities with Glass Doors are very hard to find. I suggest flipping through these wall mounted vanities if that’s what you’re looking for.  If you see similar vanities, this is because they are shown in a different finish, with a different top option, or a different basin.

Bathroom Cabinets with Glass Doors

1. 17.75″ Soft Focus Single Vessel Sink Vanity

Small Bathroom Vanity with Glass Door

17.75″ Soft Focus Single Vessel Sink Vanity – Glass. $699.00.

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Bathroom Vanities with Louvered Shutter Style Doors

October 17th, 2014

Looking for Bathroom Vanities with Louvered Doors? You’ve come to the right place. The idea behind the louvered design was spawned from the need to keep snow and rain out while allowing air ventilation from the roof. These slatted pieces allowed air to escape from the interior of the home while preventing exterior elements from entering the home. Now that our history lesson is over, we can proceed to these beautiful louvered vanities.

Louvers are akin to window shutters and the design has also been applied to attic vents. The adaptation to the bathroom cabinet allows you to continue this rustic and country theme throughout your home. Louvered vanities also allow ventilation to the interior of your cabinet, something only possible with open shelving vanities.

23 Vanities with Louvered Doors

A closeup of the driftwood finish on the 48″ Alessandria Single Bath Vanity.

Below is a list of bathroom vanities with louvered doors. Tradewinds Imports has over 3,000 unique vanities in all shapes and sizes. Click on the image of the vanity you’re interested in to learn more. All order come with Free Shipping and No Sales Tax* (*except in CA).

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Eco-Friendly Low VOC (Formaldehyde) Bathroom Vanities

October 16th, 2014

Have you ever purchased a new piece of furniture and noticed and noticed that it was emitting an unusual chemical order? What you’re smelling are VOC compounds, something that is created by adhesives that are used to bond manufactured wood.

In recent years, a large emphasis has been placed on eco-friendly, low VOC home furnishings. The green movement has spurred a whole new market of eco friendly, sustainable materials. Consumers are searching for items that will protect the environment and keep themselves safe. Low VOC bathroom vanities are hard to find so I’ve curated this list for those looking for cabinets with low formaldehyde content.

After the gallery you will find useful information that will help educate you about VOCs and Formaldehyde content.

20 Eco Friendly Bathroom Vanities

1. Maybell Rubberwood Vanity

Eco Friendly Bathroom Vanities

The 56.5″ Maybell Double Sink Vanity is made from solid rubberwood materials. Rubberwood is a sustainable material and is 90% the strength of solid oak wood. $1,495.00. More Rubberwood Vanities.

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The French Provincial Bathroom Vanities that You’ve Been Looking For

October 13th, 2014

French provincial bathroom vanities differ from Parisian furniture and French Royal furniture. The style comes from the provincial towns of France like Blois, Orleans, Lyon, and Liege. French provincial design holds a cultural identity that is subtlety distinct from styles of the towering metropolis. French provincial is a blend of French, country and rustic styles of decorating. Let’s take a look at some of the key features that identify this antique style.

Key Features of French Provincial Furniture:

  • Cabriole legs; dual curves vs bowed legs. Much more elegant and artisanal.
  • Scalloped Carvings have light grooves in them similar to the shell of a scallop.
  • Wheat Pattern Carving that are reflective of the country surroundings
  • An aged patina that is the result of polish and grim building up over time.
  • Emphasis on the carving rather than the paint, stain, or finish.

This post will highlight the beauty of French Provincial Vanities. If you do not find what you’re looking for, you can also browse the website to look through thousands of antique, transitional, and country bathroom vanities.  You can click on the images for more information about the particular vanity you’re interested in.

30 French Bath Vanity Ideas for Your Home

1) 72″ Provincial Double Sink Vanity – Light

72 inch French Provincial Double Vanity Light

72″ French Provincial Double Vanity Light. $5,775.00.

The 72″ Provincial Double Sink Bathroom Vanity has a breathtaking design that truly completes your master suite. It features an antique crackle parchment finish with aged silver highlights, filling the room with a regal atmosphere.  A bone fossil stone top complements the lightly aged patina on the cabinet perfectly. The Provincial Vanity has 3 drawers and 2 door panels that open up to reveal plenty of storage space for all of your hygienic supplies. If you want to transform your bathroom, this French Vanity has some of the best features that are reminiscent of authentic french provincial craftsmanship.

2) 48″ Cortona Single Bath Vanity

Silkroad Exclusive French Cortona Vanity

The 48″ French Cortona Vanity. $1,099.00.

Made by Silkroad Exclusive, the Cortona Single Bath Vanity is one of the most popular vanities and it’s not hard to tell why. This quaint cabinet set has a charming appeal with hand-crafted designs etched into the along the top and bottom of the vanity.  The finish is a cross between a cream and grayish accents to give the vanity an antiquated appearance filled with Old World Fashion. The Cortona Vanity is available with a Travertine or Cream Marfil Marble top.  All faucet holes are pre-drilled for easy installation (faucets sold separately).  Attention is paid to even the smallest details with appropriate antique brass hardware to put the finishing touches on this elegant French Provincial Vanity.

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Why the Economy Going Down the Toilet is a Good Thing

October 8th, 2014

Seven years after one of the worst economic recessions in American history, the American economy is still in the toilet, but that’s not necessarily a bad thing. You see, toilet sales are directly connected with the general health of the American economy, the housing market in particular.

According to toilet manufacturer American Standard, toilet sales have risen 28% since 2011. This indicates that home improvement and home remodeling projects are on the rise. Along with the automotive industry, the home improvement industry is one of the biggest indicators of the nation’s economic outlook.

Toto Neorest 600

The Toto Neorest 600 was just one of the high tech toilets to make the list. Check out the Coolest Toilets in the World.

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How to Avoid Ebola Contamination

October 7th, 2014

In lieu of the recent Ebola Outbreak, I thought it would be appropriate to discuss what we can do to avoid Ebola contamination. First, what is Ebola? Ebola is a rare but deadly virus that causes bleeding inside and outside of the body. The virus damages the immune system and the organs causing levels of blood-clotting cells to drop; ultimately leading to uncontrollable bleeding.

Also known as Ebola Hemorrhagic Fever or the Ebola Virus, those infected have a 90% mortality rate. Thomas Eric Duncan returned to the U.S. from Liberia on September 20, 2014. This is the first documented case of Ebola here in the United States. Ebola is very serious and you and everyone in your family needs to know how to avoid contamination.

Ebola Virus Particles

Ebola Virus Particles. (CC)

What You Need to Know to Avoid Ebola Contamination

How is Ebola Spread

Ebola is spread by skin contact (a simple handshake) or contact with bodily fluids (needles, bedding, clothing) of infected persons. Often times those who care for those suffering from the virus end up contracting it themselves. Similarly, people who bury those who have died from the disease contract the disease as well.
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The Ultimate List of Halloween Bathroom Decorating Ideas

October 3rd, 2014

Last year I found 5 spooky ways to decorate your bathroom. This year my findings are even better! The ultimate question of Halloween comes down to this; trick or treat? I myself am here for the trick!

Here are some of the best ways to decorate your bathroom for Halloween this year. As a note, some of these ideas are a bit gory because they use fake blood so please skip this post if this sort of thing offends or makes you uncomfortable. For the rest of you, read on!

Blacklight Bathroom Nightmare

Halloween Bathroom Decorating Ideas


Nothing kills the mood more than having the entire house decked out in Halloween decor until somebody enters your bland and uninteresting restroom. Use black light bulbs in your restroom and throw up some fake cob webs. You can even write your own special message to your friends with a black light pen!

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The Secret to Buying a Vanity Online

October 1st, 2014

Each and everyday, the team at Tradewinds is trying to make it easier for you to shop. We believe that educating the customer helps them make better decisions.  You’re happy with the vanity you chose and we’re able to deliver  an appropriate vanity in terms of dimensions, materials, and build quality.  The more informed you are about the craftsmanship that goes into building a bathroom vanity, the more you will be able to appreciate the one of a kind vanities we provide. We even let you see how we ship and package your orders!

In an effort to do so, we’ve created our Bathroom Vanity Buyers Guide. If this wasn’t enough, we even chopped it up into an easily dissectable slideshow that you can view below. Here’s a breakdown of what you’ll learn.

Table of Contents

  • Materials Used to Make Bath Cabinets
  • Deciding What Size is the Right Fit
  • Bathroom Vanity Height Guide
  • Types of Vanities
  • Variations of Sinks
  • Styling Options
  • Being a Frugal Shopper

    The Ultimate Bathroom Vanity Buying Guide

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French Hen Farm Shows You How to Wax Wood Cabinets

September 25th, 2014

This DIY Vanity Refinishing project comes from a former customer named Linda. We stumbled across her project after noticing a blog post that she published 2 years ago on her site, French Hen Farm. This is how the story goes.

Linda was doing some renovation around the house and decided to update the upstairs bathroom. After doing some shopping, she fell in love with a vanity from Restoration Hardware. When she tried to place the order, she ran into one problem.

The vanity she had her eyes on was not available in the size she wanted and the price was a bit out of her range. So, she decided to do what any savvy shopper would do. She started perusing the internet and to her surprise, she found something similar on Tradewinds Perhaps the best part of it all was that it was about 2/3 the price!

French Casement Single Vanity from Restoration Hardware

The French Casement Single Vanity from Restoration Hardware listed at $2,345-$3,395.

Above is the vanity Linda originally wanted and below is the one she ordered from Tradewinds Imports.

Bellante Double Sink Vanity

The Bellante Double Sink Vanity shown in a raw finish. Listed at $2,220. Linda saved herself almost $1,175!

*It’s important to note that the Bellante is 4 1/2″ wider and comes with 2 sinks instead of 1.  And it costs less!*

Spotlight on the Bellanta Double Sink Vanity

Just for being catching wind of such an incredible story, I think the Bellante deserves a quick spotlight. It’s your time to shine buddy! Part of the Premiere Collection, the Bellante Vanity is made from natural solid oak. The wood is kiln-dried to prevent any warping that occurs when moisture is left inside the wood during the manufacturing process. It’s also available in a rustic driftwood finish.

The Bellante features high quality dovetail drawers, soft-close glides, and it even comes with an anti-mildew vanish that protects it from humidity and moisture. The Bellanta is available with 13 different top options and it can also be ordered without a top. In this case, Linda chose to go with the beautiful carrera marble top.

Close up of the Natural Oak Finish

A close up of the Natural Oak Finish on the Bellante Vanity.

“I think the one we picked was very close to the one we loved at Restoration Hardware!” – Linda from French Hen Farm

Before and After Waxed Wood Cabinets

Linda purchased a raw (unfinished) vanity with the intention of painting it. After thinking about it, she decided to wax it instead. Using a coat of clear wax followed by dark wax, she finally finished her new vanity off with several clear coats of wax to give it a more noticeable shine.

Here are the before and after pictures of her old vanity, and the new one they installed.

Before and After Waxing the Cabinets

Above you can see what the cabinets looked like before. Below is an after shot showing the new Bellante Vanity with a raw finish that’s has been updated with dark and clear wax.

How to Wax Wood Cabinets

Waxing wood cabinets is a fairly simple process. It’s much like painting but it’s not quite as messy. You can apply furniture wax to give your cabinets a glowing shine or even opt for stained waxes that will alter the color of your finish. Linda chose to add a second layer of dark wax so that’s why the finished outcome is much darker than the vanity she originally received.
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Surprise, Surprise, Toilet Seat Liners Don’t Work

September 23rd, 2014

Research finds that toilet seat liners offer no hygienic benefits. This begs the age old question, “do you hover, or do you cover.”

Even though we do everything we can to avoid it, there’s no doubt that you’ve had to use a public restroom at some point in time. No need to feel ashamed, we’ve all had to tuck our chins and take the walk of shame to the public restroom. Do you hover, or do you cover? Well new research may give insight into the best option.

  • 60% of American refuse to sit when they use a public toilet. Source.
  • Nearly 30% of Americans avoid public restrooms out of fear of germs and 40% flush with their feet. Source.

Should you Cover or Hover?

Should you Cover or Hover? CC)

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