A bathroom vanity is a small cabinet usually located in a bathroom, normally used to store hygiene items, bathrooms, and medication.
They are commonly placed above or below bathrooms. Vanity cabinets are sometimes called powder rooms.
Many people choose a bathroom vanity because it makes the bathroom look more organized, neat, and clean.
A bathroom vanity cabinet adds elegance and sophistication to a bathroom.
Choosing the Right Vanity can be Challenging.
There are several factors to consider when purchasing a bathroom vanity. The vanity cabinet material should match the bathroom sink.
You also want to make sure there is plenty of space to open the doors and drawers.
A big bathroom vanity will provide lots of storage space for personal care items and bathroom accessories.
When choosing the size of the bathroom vanity, it is important to consider how many people will be using it.
If you have a large family, a big bathroom vanity will be very easy to organize. It will also provide more storage capacity than a smaller vanity.
However, if you only plan on doing a little laundry here and there, a small bathroom vanity will work fine.
Bathroom Vanities Design
The design of bathroom vanities can vary greatly. Many come in standard sizes with one or two drawers.
Some have additional storage areas such as an extra-large mirror and/or medicine cabinet. You can purchase bathroom vanities with wood doors or solid wood doors.
Solid wood doors are more appealing than opening them on hinges which take up more space.
Bathroom vanity height vanities are designed to add a decorative touch to any bathroom. They come in different styles such as contemporary, country-style, traditional, or Victorian.
They have different base heights and may have a single or double sink. A vessel sink vanity may come with a single or double basin.
There is an endless selection of possible combinations and designs with vessel sink vanity height vanities.
Solid wood is the most common type of wood used in creating a vanity.
However, there are also many other types of wood such as beech, maple, pine, oak, mahogany, or other hardwoods.
Bathroom Vessel Sinks
Wood vessel sinks are available in many different colors and stains. You can choose a finish like a maple or walnut or even paint it yourself to coordinate the rest of your bathroom.
Bathroom vessel sinks can be made out of particle board or pressed wood. Particleboard vanity is the least expensive option but it is also the most fragile.
Pressed wood sinks, on the other hand, are strong and durable. Pressed wood sinks are also available in a wide variety of color choices.
Before purchasing a particle board or pressed wood vanity, it is important to check with a home improvement store about the best way to install the unit.
A vessel sink vanity can be made out of solid wood or pressed wood. If you purchase a pressed wood unit, it can usually be pre-finished for a smooth look.
Pressed wood sinks can also be custom stained or left natural. The natural look is preferred because it is more natural-looking than a solid wood veneer unit.
Pressed wood units can come with a variety of accessories such as soap dishes, towel racks, toothbrush holders, or other storage cabinets.
Solid Vanity Cabinet
Hardware is an important part of a vanity cabinet. Typically, a metal knob will be used as a centerpiece on the doors.
The knob can also be covered in glass to make it appear like an ordinary door. There is no limit to the type of hardware that can be incorporated into the design of a vanity cabinet.
Another aspect of choosing the right cabinet is the type of cabinet side or back. For standard bathroom vanities, the front of the cabinet is considered the face or front of the cabinet.
On the other hand, undermount bathroom vanities use a mirrored back or top on the cabinet doors. If you have a large bathroom, it may be best to choose a vanity that uses one or the other type of cabinet.
Bathroom vanities come in different sizes. Sizes range from three and a half inches to seven and a half inches.
Vanities can be taller or shorter than the sink, they are mounted on.
The longer the vanity, the more space it will use. You should also make sure that the sink is large enough to handle the sink with the top of the vanity.
Bathroom vanities need to store all items in their proper places, and a combination of undermount and above-mounted sinks will work well.