There are various factors that should be considered when you purchase any bathroom vanity. The cherry bath vanities in our collection are made of high quality, long-lasting materials. We want you to enjoy your new vanity for many years. To that end, we want to ensure that you purchase a vanity that is right for your personal style, preferences and bathroom space. We have provided the buying guide below to help you manage all the details you need to consider when buying a vanity. Read More
Our cherry bathroom cabinet selection offers many different sizes in both single and double sink cabinets. You should consider the width for your vanity to make sure it will fit on your available wall space. Additionally, you need to look at how far you want the vanity to stick out from the wall. If you purchase a vanity that is too deep, you may not be able to move about in your bathroom or access other items, like your bathtub. Finally, you need to consider the height of the vanity. You want the vanity to be comfortable for anyone in the home to use.
Style and Finishing
Our cherry bath vanities come in a variety of styles from simple and modern to ornate and traditional. You need to choose a style that fits with your existing decor, your bathroom design and your personal style. Ultimately, your vanity should be versatile enough that you could make design changes in the future and it would still fit in the room. Some things to consider when choosing your vanity include fixtures and hardware. Our cherry vanities come with hardware in brushed nickel, stainless steel, antique brass, bronze and chrome.
What are My Bathroom Vanity Storage Options?
Storage options are always a necessary consideration when you are looking at bathroom vanities. You want to choose a vanity that will meet your space and storage needs, but the most storage is not always the best choice. You need to consider what you will be storing before you decide how much storage you need. Small personal items, cosmetics and health products might be best stored in drawers. Towels or cleaning supplies might call for a cabinet or shelf. The storage options you need will also vary based on who will use the vanity space and how many sinks are in the vanity. You might also consider purchasing matching storage elements like shelving, side cabinets and recessed medicine cabinets that are available for some of our products. Common storage types in our vanities include drawers, cabinets and shelves.
Once you have narrowed your selection down by size, style and storage, you need to conduct a final plumbing review. The vanity needs to match all plumbing and fixture specifications. If you are purchasing sinks and fixtures separately, double check that the specifications on all pieces are consistent with the vanity. You should also double check your space to ensure the vanity will not cover power outlets, power switches, lighting elements or heating or cooling vents. For safety purposes, your vanity should not be too close to heat elements.