By Xavierre Vernadeau. Vanity. Published at Wednesday, September 25th, 2019 - 18:41:36 PM.
A 48 inch bath vanity will likely have cabinet and drawer storage space underneath the countertop of the vanity. This will allow for storing items such as towels, washcloths, and toilet paper among other things. There are many styles in vanities of this size. Some have all drawers and others have cabinets and drawers together.
Vanity Units are a very important part of your bathroom design and, therefore, require careful consideration when you are looking at getting a new bathroom vanity. Since they don’t have functioning parts in the same way that tapware or toilet suites do you don’t need to be so concerned with the plumbing when it comes to vanities. Vanities are predominantly about the space that you have available and the design and how that will impact on your bathroom.
Many people don’t know the difference between the bathroom vanities and the bedroom vanities. If you are among those who don’t know the difference, then you may land up buying the bathroom vanity for the bedroom. The main difference between the bathroom vanities and the bedroom vanities is that that former has a sink. Then bedroom vanities have some kind of sitting arrangement such as a stool.
Your future bedroom vanity and bathroom vanity should be fashionable AND functional. Before you start looking at vanities, figure out how much storage space you need. This will help you determine how many drawers and cabinets your bathroom and also your bedroom vanity will need. That last thing you want to do is purchase a vanity that can’t handle your needs and/or your knickknacks.
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