Camilla. Bathroom Vanity. March 29th , 2018.
Bathrooms are not just utilities these days and they have become a more relaxing place than just a place to go to with everyday requirements. Bathrooms can be designed beautifully by using top-of-the-order bathroom vanities and making them spa-like and enjoyable. Bathrooms can be easily redesigned as well. They can be updated by getting a new bathroom vanity and redesigning the tiles and paint. There are many different vanities to choose from, to fulfill varying needs of every home owner. Bathrooms can be designed in many different styles with fixtures ranging from modern, classic, and vintage. Bathroom vanities also vary by sizes depending upon the size of the bathroom being modeled. Some different vanities that add elegance to the bathroom are vessel, pedestal and vanity sinks.
The choices seem almost endless when deciding how to design your new bathroom, remember that the bathroom vanity cabinets are going to be one of the most visible features of the bathroom. You can try to order bathroom vanity cabinets online but for more hands-on help, stop by your local cabinet shop or home improvement store. Have fun designing and enjoy your new look bathroom.
Number of Sinks. You also need to consider how many sinks you want. Double basin vanities are quite possible and convenient in a master bathroom. However, if you don’t have the room for a two-sink vanity, you’re options are automatically limited. So before you decide on one sink or two, measure the amount of space you have in your bathroom for a vanity and then shop around and compare sizes of single and double bathroom vanities to see what your bathroom can handle.
Cabinet style is also critical. Style sets the overall tone for your bathroom design. Keep in mind that a vanity cabinet that is too large or too tall will make your bathroom feel small, and cramped, however, a vanity that is too small for the space will just look lost, and out-of-place. If choosing a vessel sink, the top of the cabinet needs to be lower than standard in order to allow for the height of the sink bowl to be comfortably accessed. The use of a vessel sink however, does allow for more drawers, and under cabinet storage space. A standard recessed sink limits this available space.