By Turner Vadeboncoeur. Vanity. Published at Tuesday, September 24th, 2019 - 07:53:55 AM.
Wood vanity tops give the most antique looks and have been in great demand in the past few years. The wood used for the wood tops are mahogany, oak, teak etc. In addition to the concrete, ceramic, and wood vanity tops, you will also find tops made out of plastic laminate, stainless steel, and glass.
Vessel sink vanities are the latest in contemporary bathroom décor. These sinks are fixed on the vanity top instead of in the hollow of the cabinet. This allows for lesser wastage of storage space and easier installation of replacement sinks. They come in all kinds of material, size and shape.
If you are on a very limited budget and you cannot afford oak or teak wood vanities, you can try out the particle board vanities. You can also try out the ones that have a wood finish. Although, most people will be able to distinguish between particle board and wood, you will still get the elegance and durability that you desire. Check out some good designs on the internet.
Bedroom vanities: Some bedroom vanity sets require more assembly than others. Some only have a few pieces and are quite easy to put together. Some are already pre-assembled. However, there are those that have many parts and require some significant assembly time. This is a minor issue, but for some people, assembly time will make or break a purchase. So if you’re having a hard time deciding between a few vanities, see how difficult it will be to assemble. It might just be the tie breaker you need.
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