A bathroom is a smaller space, and you want to make sure you utilize every bit of that space in the best manner possible. Selecting a new vanity unit is an important focal point of the design of any bathroom. Whether is a freestanding or wall-mounted, your choice of vanity should accommodate your space and storage requirements as well as aesthetics. Choosing a new vanity unit that is both practical and complements the rest of the bathroom can be difficult so in this article we will try to cover what you need to look for when purchasing a new unity for your bathroom.
One of the very first things to think about when selecting a vanity is to consider what will be adequate and appropriate in terms of space. Are you swapping out your old one due to its small size? Are you planning to install an additional one? What space do you have available? After you have made up your mind and measured the size that is available to you then only can you proceed to other aspects of the vanity. You need to measure the dimension of the room as well as the amount of space you need and know how high you can go without making the space feel cramped.
The quality of the vanity is another very important factor to look at when selecting one. Your vanity will come in contact with a lot of substances during its life span from spilt makeup to cleaning products. This means you are not going to want a vanity that is not sturdy and durable. While you may like the look and finish of one material and it may not be waterproof so making sure what type of material it is made up of is very important. It is also important that you choose a vanity top that is durable and easy to clean.
You already know the bathroom look you want for yourself and how much room you have available. The next thing to think about is the style. With so many sink styles available, it can be quite overwhelming trying to pick one that you want the most. The best way to approach a specific design or style is to decide how much counter space you want and how much you want to be allotted to the sink. You can minimize or maximize the counter space. You need to compare standard sinks with vessels and other styles in order to come up with your requirements.
When selecting a specific style, remember there are no wrong choices only your choice.