By Maureen Jalbert. Vanity. Published at Friday, August 09th, 2019 - 03:26:32 AM.
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.
The bathroom these days add a touch of glamour and fill it with a pleasant feeling. You can select between the contemporary bathroom and classic bathroom. There is a huge difference between the contemporary and the classic bathroom. The basic components of the classic bathroom are:
There are a few ’standard’ sizes with ready made vanity units, which are 600mm, 750mm, 900mm, 1200mm and 1500mm. There are vanities that are even smaller than this and these are perfect for a small powder room or guest bathrooms. The Dante vanity range, for example, features a 400mm bathroom vanity which is lovely and compact for a small bathroom area. You can, of course, have it custom made to the size that is well fitted in your bathroom. If you decide to go with this option there are a couple of things to consider:
The shape of the bathroom too is important in choosing a vanity. The bathroom may be comparatively small, but if there is an odd corner, which can accommodate fairly big vanity, you should make use of it. However, you can do that only if the plumbing line can be extended to that corner. However, few modern bathrooms are oddly shaped or have odd corners. Most of them are a clean square or a rectangle. In such scenario, such consideration does not apply.
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