Choosing Bathroom Vanaties
Vanities are an essential part of the bathroom and can add both storage and function to the space. There are endless types and styles of vanity, as well as countless finishes. These furniture pieces are a visual anchor to a bathroom and contribute to its functionality. An updated vanity can elevate the look of a room, while adding additional storage. In addition to functionality, a new vanity can also add value to your home.
Traditional bathroom vanaties are a popular choice for small bathrooms. The vanity typically stands 72 inches high and offers ample counter space. A corner vanity is great for tiny bathrooms as it is tucked into a corner and is space saving. To save on space, you can opt for a sink-free vanity with a single mirror. Other types of bathroom vanaties offer built-in hampers, rollout drawers, and cubbies for rolled towels.
If space is an issue, a pedestal sink is a fine option. If your bathroom is small and rarely used, you can choose a freestanding vanity. These are independent of walls and floors, so they don’t require any wall mounting. They are also great for kids’ bathrooms and ensuite makeovers, where the vanity is a prominent feature of the room. But when it comes to choosing a vanity, there are a number of factors that must be considered.