Vessel sinks are a great way to bring an elegant look to your bathroom. One of the greatest things about vessel sinks is that you can use them in almost any style. From sleek and modern to classic and traditional, vessel sinks bring a unique fit and functionality to any room. At UniqueVanities, we make it easy to outfit your new or remodeled bathroom with a lovely vessel sink by offering a range of supporting vanities, stands and cabinets. Our line of vessel sink cabinets offers a range of style and sizes equal to our selection of sinks. In order to help you pick the right item for your bathroom, we have provided the buying guide below.
No matter what type of piece you purchase for your bathroom, you have to make sure it fits your space. If you already have a vanity and you are replacing it with something new, then you can just measure that piece and ensure the new items is the same size or smaller. If you are fitting a new bathroom, then you will need to measure the area you have open. Start along the wall and measure side to side. Remember to account for other elements within the bathroom and for the opening and closing of doors. This measurement will be your width. Next, decide how far from the wall the vanity can come without affecting movement in the room. That is your depth. You may also want to consider height, as we do offer a few different heights in our selection of vessel cabinets.
Style and Finishing
Once you know how big the vanity can be, you want to decide the style. Do you want an antique or traditional look, or would you rather go with something modern or contemporary? Our selection provides ample items in any category. You can also alter the style of a piece somewhat by choosing from different counter tops, sinks and fixtures.
After narrowing down your selection to size and style, you will want to consider what sort of storage options you might need. Storage options in the vanity selections at UniqueVanities.com range from drawers and cabinets to open shelving and secondary storage pieces that can be purchased separately in mix and match fashion. In considering the type of storage options you may need for your vanity, you should think about what you normally store in your vanity. What items do you need handy on a regular basis and what would be the best way to hold them? In addition, you should look at whether or not you have additional storage in your bathroom such as a linen cabinet or shelf area. This will drive some of your decision regarding vanity storage.
Finally, you should also be aware of your plumbing and technical needs. You need to ensure the fixtures, sink and existing plumbing will all work together in a functional way. You may also want to consider whether the vanity will block electrical items like outlets or switches.