At UniqueVanities, we strive to provide a selection versatile enough to meet the needs of every homeowner or any individual remodeling or outfitting a bathroom. To that end, we offer a line of vanity cabinets that comes without the top or sink, because we understand you do not always need the entire package. At the same time, we offer the ability to mix and match these selections with counter tops, sinks and other items in order to build a complete vanity for your space. To help you select the right bathroom cabinet for your space and needs, we have provided the shopping tips below.
Size definitely matters with a vanity. After all, the last thing you want is to get your vanity half way into the bathroom before realizing it just will not fit. To that end, you need to have some measurements regarding your available bathroom vanity space before you start shopping. Your measurements should include both the width and the depth. When you take the measurements, try to imagine the vanity in the space and make sure you leave room for other items in the bathroom. You also want to make sure you will have access to all the functional areas of the room and that the vanity will not block movement. Finally, you need to consider opening doors in the room as well as cabinet doors and drawers that may be in the front of the vanity. You should ensure your measurements leave enough space for that type of motion and functionality.
Style and Finishing
After you narrow down what size cabinet you need, you can start the fun part of looking at different styles. Our selection offers traditional, modern and unique cabinetry. When selecting a cabinet, you will need to understand how the addition of different counter tops or sinks may change the look and style of the piece. You want all elements of your vanity to complement each other and add to the overall style. You also want them to go with the accents and fixtures already present in your room.
After size and style comes storage. Our cabinets include storage elements like doors with spacious shelf space, different sized drawers and open shelving. The storage layout you choose will depend mostly on how you use a bathroom vanity. The items you need to store will determine what type of storage options are best for your space. For example, if you need to stash personal items or cosmetics, you may want some drawers. Towels and cleaning supplies, on the other hand, usually call for cabinet spaces.
Finally, you need to match the selection with your plumbing. If you are purchasing separate sink and fixture elements, you want to read the specifications for all items to ensure they will support each other. You might also want to double check cabinet measurements with your room to make sure the vanity will not block power outlets, switches, bathroom lighting or heating elements. In some cases, you may need to ensure the vanity is far enough away from heating elements for safety purposes.
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