Is TikTok's Favorite Store For Finding Unique Bathroom Vanities Worth The Price?

"Where did you get that amazing bathroom vanity" is a question we're not regularly asked. But whether you're moving into a new apartment with a pre-existing vanity or building your dream house from the ground up, you can't skip this important bathroom fixture. When you think of vanities, you may automatically picture heavy wooden furniture or your parents' busted-up sink from the 1960s, but it's 2024 and restroom essentials are getting a chic makeover. Just ask TikTok, where the bathroom trend of the moment is statement pieces from Willow Bath & Vanity.

Case in point: TikTok creator @ellisandhale, who proudly displayed their gorgeous Manhattan oak wood vanity, highlighting its fluted detailing and luxe countertop. Likewise, user @diydesignerduo advised their followers to invest in their bathroom rather than "cheaping out." Seemingly, the perfect solution is Willow Bath & Vanity, which offers everything from modern, clean-lined vanities to warm and rustic options that make your bathroom feel like a space where you want to hang out.

However, a quick browse of the site shows that Willow Bath & Vanity's collection is a little pricey. On the cheaper side at just under $1,000 is the Cambridge bathroom vanity. But it's a smaller cabinet with just one sink — and for those living in a multi-person household, a two-sink vanity is a must. These cost quite a bit more, ranging from around $2,000 to $4,480. Willow Bath & Vanity explains that their price point reflects their commitment to quality and sustainability, but is it worth it?

People are mixed on Willow Bath & Vanity

The Willow Bath & Vanity website highlights its 100% customer satisfaction rating, in part due to a one-year manufacturer's warranty. The company has also included several exemplary reviews, with people raving about its great customer service and gorgeous vanity pieces. But it makes sense that Willow ensures these glowing reviews are front-and-center, so take them with a grain of salt.

In fairness, consumers do appear to love their purchases from Willow Bath & Vanity. Several other retailers carry the vanity line, including Houzz, Home Depot, and Wayfair, and people have all left favorable reviews across their sites. On, the company has 113 5-star ratings out of 137 total reviews. Home Depot is also littered with either 4- or 5-star ratings. Willow Bath & Vanity's point of differentiation is that its products are built to last. Sure, a few grand can feel like a lot of money to throw at bathroom decor, but the idea is that you'll have this vanity forever. For the most part, people are sold on the durability and the quality of the pieces.

But over on Yelp is where you get a mixed bag. Several customers left one-star reviews there, expressing disappointment after they'd spent extra on shipping and their pieces arrived damaged. Another reviewer was less than enthused, concluding that the brand is too expensive. They further criticized the wobbly hinges and recommended working with a local cabinet maker to build something custom.

Tips for your Willow Bath & Vanity piece

Like decorating a house, choosing a bathroom vanity is a personal decision. It's up to you whether you want to buy something temporary and cheap(er) or invest in a quality piece that will last for a long time. Willow Bath & Vanity falls in the latter category, but judging by customer reviews, it's a good idea to visit the brick-and-mortar location in person and chat with a representative about your unique needs. If you are based in Atlanta, opt for an in-store pickup, as the bulk of complaints came from people unhappy with their deliveries. And even if you don't live in Atlanta, be sure to call and speak with someone — customer service is reportedly one of Willow Bath & Vanity's strong points!

After you've purchased your vanity, the next step is the decor. (You've spent a lot of money on this piece. The least you can do is make sure it looks good!) Designer Courtney Sempliner highlights decor items that are both pretty and functional. Think less greenery and more chic trays that will house your everyday items. Bonus points if your storage items are unexpected and add interest to your countertop. Additionally, Oddessence blogger-designer Alice Kuaban recommends that you ditch your ugly plastic containers. For example, housing your mouthwash in a glass jar makes your vanity feel clean, fresh, and inviting. 

For inspiration, you can browse Willow Bath & Vanity's blog page, which is all about making your vanity work for you.