Bathroom Vanities Give the Space a New Look

At some point, you’ll look at your bathroom and notice that it may need a small lift – or a big do-over. Bathroom remodeling or renovation is a several step process, and if you can only focus on one or two features of the space, going for the sink is a one-step solution to changing the appearance of the space. For many sinks, the appearance and use diminish over time. The white or off-white surface of the basin is slightly stained and displays superficial cracks, while not having any storage space is a significant draw back. If you’re looking to get more out of the sink, consider installing a bathroom vanity to kick off remodeling the space.

shower screens are considered centerpieces to the room. Practical in nature but also decorative, they have a sink bowl, a small to large countertop, and a storage cabinet below. Larger models are often equipped with storage drawers, as well, and many models also have a matching mirror. As opposed to the monochromatic and strictly-practical bathtub and toilet, the bathroom vanity gives the space character.

Because of this character, a new vanity can change the appearance of the space. Think about what a new haircut can do for your appearance, and bathroom vanities have the same effect on their respective space. Many go for traditional styles, which consist of a wooden cabinet, stone countertop, and a metal or porcelain basin. These components have several style possibilities, from light to dark finishes, real or synthetic stone, and basin positions. Additionally, contemporary vanities have a simpler and minimal appearance, but the design of glass and metal will add clarity to the space.

Bathroom vanities don’t only add character, however. Many replace a sink with a vanity for its storage features. Even the smallest vanities are equipped with cabinets, and this space is often used for storing linens, cleaning supplies, toiletries, makeup, and hair tools.

Harrison Holderby

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