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Vanity tops are sized to match the typical stock sizes of bathroom vanity cabinets, with a slight overhang at the front and sides. Bathroom vanity typically range in size from 24 inches to 60 inches, and in front-to-back depths of about 17 inches for small rooms, or 23 inches for standard-sized bathrooms. Vanity tops are available to match all these stock vanity cabinet sizes, which means that they can be single slabs that are relatively easy for a DIYer to install.
There are many styles of vanity tops.
Bathroom vanity tops come in two basic categories—integrated and cut-out.
l Integrated Vanity Tops. The advantage of any type of integrated basin is that you do not need to buy a separate basin—it's already part of the vanity top.
l Cut-Out Vanity Tops. These are vanity tops that have large cutout openings into which a separately purchased basin is inserted. They require either a basin designed for drop-in installation or an under mount basin that is attached below the lip of the cut-out.
l Vessel Vanity Tops. These usually come with only a very small hole for the basin's drain fitting. Sometimes they have no drain opening at all, with the expectation that you will drill out the drain opening wherever you plan to mount the basin.
l Single-Bowl Integrated Vanity Top. One advantage of all integrated vanity tops is that there is no raised rim or lip on the sink, which slightly increases countertop space.
l Double Bowl Integrated Vanity Top. This is an integrated vanity top with two basins, this one made with solid-surface material in which the sink basins are fused with the countertop. The backsplashes may also be fused to be part of the same piece.
l Single Basin Cut-Out Vanity Top. This is a cut-out vanity top with a single-centered opening intended for a basin that will be purchased separately.
l Double Basin Cut-Out Vanity Top. Longer vanity tops that have two cut-outs for sink basins, plus generous counter space.