When you're sharing a bathroom, having two sinks is a nice little luxury — or maybe a necessity, depending on how much your morning schedules coincide with each other (and how messy your partner leaves the sink). No matter the size of the room you're working with, we've got plenty of inspiration for your bathroom for two.
1. This vintage wall-mounted double sink looks fantastic in a modern bathroom. Spotted on Byggfabriken.
2. This is a pretty traditional setup, with two sinks in a long vanity — it's the mint green cabinets (and chrome trim!) that make it special. This is the Mark hotel in Manhattan, seen on Some/Things.
3. If you've got the space, two separate sinks are a simple and elegant solution. From our tour of Shannon's Austin home.
4. A lovely traditional double vanity with some eclectic accents, from Nancy and David's Santa Barbara home. (Click the link to see the full tour — you'll be glad you did!)
5. A deep utility sink is a practical choice in a shared bath. Michael Davis Design & Construction via Bungalow Blue Interiors.
6. Black trim frames two pedestal sinks in this bathroom from Veranda.
7. If you have the space you could try this setup, spotted in Anne and Leo's Cosmopolitan Loft.
8. Conversely, if space is a little tight, try a single long sink with two faucets, like this rustic example from dwanderson on Roomzaar.
9. A floating shelf adds a little extra storage under this wall-mounted double sink, while still maintaining the open feel. From BHG.
10. A modern option from IKEA, seen on Livet Hemma.
11. Concrete — beautiful, versatile. Côté Maison via Style Carrot.
12. Double sinks in a modern bathroom from Maynard Architects.
13. Another example of double up pedestal sinks — the Eileen Gray table in the middle is a nice touch. From Architectural Digest, via Arkpad.
14. Double sinks in a floating vanity, spotted on Bim Bon.
15. Double sinks in a spacious modern bath, from Per Jansson via Seventeen Doors.
(Image credits: Byggfabriken; Some/Things; Adrienne Breaux; Leela Cyd; Michael Davis; Veranda; Alexis Buryk; HGTV; BHG; Livet Hemma; Côté Maison; Maynard Architects; Architectural Digest; Bim Bin; Per Jansson)