Bathroom Vanity. Wednesday , August 15th , 2018 - 12:06:30 PM
Vanity sinks: Vanity sinks can come in many different sizes to fit different spaces of vanities. Choosing bathroom vanities is mainly based on the space available in the bathroom, since maximizing the space and adding storage is also essential. Bathroom vanities that can double up as drawers with tons of storage in the bathroom are quickly becoming famous because of their efficiency and modern feel. Marble sinks and china sinks go very well with the vanities, and are mounted on top of them, just like pedestals. Small bathroom vanities can be mounted on the wall and larger vanities suit the luxury bathroom models to give it a spa-like feel. Several bathroom vanities come with different counter tops with the sink attachments. Granite countertop to match the granite sink is a popular choice in designing bathrooms that are modern, yet quaint.
Since people are increasingly investing in expensive and highly stylish vanities these days, the range of options that you are likely to encounter if you go shopping for bathroom vanities would be enormous. Faced with so many options, it would be easy for you to get overwhelmed and shop for something that might not stand out from the crowd.
Size of the vanity is also critical. I’ve talked about height, but you also need to consider width as well. You have a certain amount of space available, and no more. So make sure that your vanity takes up the required space well. Don’t buy one too short, or too long. Too short looks wrong and too long can be a real problem. I’ve seen people who’ve bought a vanity that is too long and put it beside the toilet so that it’s difficult to sit on the toilet.
Consider the shape of vanity you need. Should it go along a wall, for example, or do you need a corner unit? Sometimes either will work and you need to decide exactly your requirements. And don’t forget that you also need to make sure that there is space for the doors to open properly. Many people have purchased vanities only to find that the door will only open half way before it contacts a wall, or a shower, for example.