Bathroom vanaties are storage structures with a sink inside. Having a vanity will hide any exposed plumbing in your bathroom and increase your room’s aesthetic appeal. Choosing the right style will depend on your personal preferences and the size of your bathroom. Here are some ideas. First, decide on the style of your vanity. Freestanding bathroom vanaties are a great choice for smaller spaces. However, if your bathroom is large, you might feel that a freestanding vanity will look cheap.
Bathroom vanaties are available in a variety of styles, sizes and materials. When shopping for a vanity, measure the room where it will be placed. Make sure to account for doorways, trim, and other fixtures. Remember that the design should be harmonious with the existing bathroom’s design and layout, and you can change the size of existing fixtures if necessary. The height of your vanity may be determined by where you have your plumbing located. You will need to adjust this height when changing it, which can add to the cost.
While traditional bathroom vanaties are still widely available, modern plumbing has taken this element out of the bathroom and moved it to a separate room. In addition, vanaties are now generally 32 inches or 36 inches high. This height was initially chosen to accommodate shared bathrooms. Today, however, most homes are built with a higher vanity so that people don’t have to bend over. You can choose a vanity in a style that suits the decor of your home, and your style.