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Merge in Bathroom Vanities

Consider the Plumbing

Homeowners may fall in love with a few bathroom vanities only to discover that they’re incompatible with the existing plumbing. This may or may not be a roadblock, depending on the budget and how much work someone wants to put into the remodeling job. It is possible to rearrange pipes to accommodate the vanity’s sink and storage areas. Buyers need to decide if this is something they’re willing to do or hire out.

Figure Out What’s Most Important

When looking at a range of vanities, homeowners should decide what’s most important. Does there need to be additional storage? Deep drawers and under-the-sink storage can help utilize space. Also, units with above-the-sink cabinets can provide great space-saving utility.

Each sink should have the right width and depth for people to be able to wash their hands conveniently. The material that the sink is made from is another important consideration. Some materials, like tile, are easier to clean than others.

There are mirrors and accessories to consider as well. How do these fit in the overall aesthetic? A mirror may sit above a vanity, or it may wrap around it. The location of lights, towel bars, and additional shelves or cabinets can affect the selection.

Many Styles to Choose From

From traditional to contemporary, bathroom vanities can meet virtually any desired look. Regardless of the budget or the size of the space, homeowners can create a comfortable, attractive space in the color scheme and particular desired look. It’s all about choices.

Countertops can be made of stone, wood, acrylic, concrete, laminate, tile, or other materials. They come in various colors and textures to create different moods. Drawers and cabinets can be straight or curved and are made from a variety of woods or laminates. Sinks can sit above or below the counter. They can be oval or rectangular, and they can be made of porcelain, copper, glass, stone, stainless steel, or composites.