By Agnès Vertefeuille. Vanity bench. Published at Tuesday, April 09th, 2019 - 13:52:21 PM.
Measuring is also very important before shopping for vanity benches. Measure the distance from the floor to the underside of the vanity, and do not forget to take into consideration the amount of space your legs will need under the vanity. Also measure the width of the space where the bench sits underneath the vanity. A bench that is too long will not fit into the space, and this can be difficult if you ever need a little extra space.
A vanity bench typically costs at least $70 for a simple, steel frame and microfiber cushion. Granted, these are the best to look at, but they provide a place to sit while you put on makeup. The fancier styles, like a carved wood or Oxford style will cost at least $150. They’re a little bit nice looking, but ultimately, you are still getting the bare minimum when it comes to having a place to sit while at your vanity.
Sometimes, people will buy a certain vanity but leave behind the bench. When this happens, the bench will get marked down, usually by almost 75%. You can essentially get a Sarantino style, which would normally cost $160, for $40.
Not only are vanity benches practical, they are also very beautiful and come in a wide range of styles and finishes to coordinate with almost any décor. In fact, you can find a bedroom bench in all of the popular styles including English, Provence and Victorian, just to name a few.
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