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.