Camilla. Bathroom Vanity. February 15th , 2018.
Think of your current bathroom’s layout and the things that you don’t have that you would really like to have. This is where choosing bathroom vanity cabinet doors, drawers and storage needs to take place. For example many people would like extra storage in their bathroom so you can add a drawer base or perhaps you need more storage for linens, you can have a linen cabinet added. You will find a that your storage needs can be met by the large selection of bathroom vanity cabinet doors, drawers or a combination of both to meet your storage requirements.
Vessel Sinks: Sinks are the basic requirement for any bathroom and are available in a number of designs and materials. Sinks that are basic and functional are perfect for a classic bathroom. While elaborate designs and glossy sinks are a perfect fit for luxurious bathrooms. It is important to coordinate the bathroom vanities to achieve a pulled together, well designed look for the bathroom. Sinks can be sleek and transparent, made out of glass, and come in multiple shades to suit the color scheme. Ceramic sinks can come in a number of different textures and designs as well. Sinks can be mounted on top of the pedestals or vanities to make them more functional and add element of storage on to the bathroom.
Pedestals Sinks: Pedestal sinks made out of granite are apt for classy bathrooms and can look both eclectic and vintage with the right choice of bathroom vanities. Granite sinks go well with any kind of pedestals and are timeless in style. Different hues of granite sinks are also available so that the bathroom vanities can tie together with different color schemes. There is also more choices in terms of choosing the pedestals. Pedestals themselves can be of different designs and shapes and be decorative. Usually, people like having ornate pedestals that can be wall mounted to save the space in the bathroom. Ornate pedestals add elements of decoration in the bathroom without crowding the space and they come with the sink fitted on top.
There are not specific standards for the height of a bathroom vanity. However taking the time to consider who the primary users of the bathroom will be, is helpful in selecting the correct height. If the bathroom is to be used by family members, and guests, choosing the more conventional 32 to 34 inch cabinet is sensible. Remember, cabinets that are taller than standard will be difficult for a child to manage, and anything lower than standard will be uncomfortable for most adults. Today’s trend in bathrooms is to have taller bathroom vanity furniture, more similar in height to those cabinets that are found in any kitchen. However, it is your bathroom, so making it work for your specific needs, while incorporating your desired style elements, is really the most important factor.
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