No matter what type of bathroom vanity you are shopping for, it is important that you make an appropriate selection for your bathroom. Even if you know you want an antique vanity with sink, there are still plenty of style, size and storage variables to consider. After all that, you need to think about plumbing and other technical items as well. Failure to make the right choice when it comes to vanities could impact more than the style of your room. A poorly fitted vanity could cause functionality problems or make it difficult to maneuver in your bathroom.
You probably want to get the largest vanity possible so you can increase the functionality and storage within your space. However, you do need to make sure the vanity will fit in your space without impacting other elements in your room. First, you should measure the available wall space to find out how wide you want the vanity to be. This includes making an allowance for doors that swing in toward the vanity and other functional components in the room. Next, measure out from the wall to see how far you want the vanity to stick out. This gives you an idea of what sort of depth you will want in your piece. Finally, you may want to think about the height. Vanities come in several heights and you want to be able to clearly reach the sink and back of the counter space.
Style and Finishing
Our single vanities include multiple styles. You can choose from modern or antique styles adorned with decorative elements and carving. Sometimes, a piece is given antique qualities through the finish. In addition to overall style, you will want to consider the integral elements of the vanity. We offer a range of sink and counter top choices in marble, granite, travertine, glass, ceramic and even metal. We also offer numerous fixtures and hardware, so you can choose the perfect vanity for your decor and bathroom space.
Even with a lovely furniture piece, you probably want a bit of functional storage space. Our single sink vanities come with choices like cabinets, drawers and shelves. In order to estimate what storage options are right for your area, you need to consider how you will use the vanity. Will you store towels and wash clothes in it, or do you have a separate linen cabinet? This makes the difference between needs a large cabinet or drawer space for bath towels or preferring multiple smaller drawers for personal items. You should also consider how many people will be using the vanity cabinet on a regular basis, as that might change the number of shelves or drawers you want. Sometimes, offering each family member his or her own drawer keeps the peace in the home.
Once you have narrowed the selection down to one or two items, then you need to complete a final plumbing check. Double check that specifications for the cabinet match specifications for any other elements you purchase, like sink and faucet. You should also ensure that all elements will work with your existing plumbing.
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