No wonder that vanity units are very important parts of any bathroom design. Besides, they require special and careful consideration while planning to get a new bathroom vanity. Vanities are mainly about the available space that you have, the design and the effect of both on your bathroom. Of course there are various styles of vanities that can be used in the bathrooms nowadays. They are also available in many colors, sizes and configurations.
When it comes to bathroom vanities, there is a one sink bathroom vanity or a double sink bathroom vanity. Do you know that bathroom vanities add a touch of beauty and fill the bathroom with a cheerful feeling? There is a difference between the contemporary bathroom vanity and the classic one.Here is what the classic bathroom vanity consists of:
- Oval shaped mirror
- Matching stool
- Rounded feet
- Curved cabriolet legs
Here are some tips for choosing a great and suitable vanity for your bathroom:
You need to choose the right height. Most bathroom vanities are known to be 30 inches as a standard height. In case you’re the standard height, no worries then. Only, if you are shorter or taller then you have to find the suable height for you. Due to being short, you will notice that the vanity is too high for you. On the other hand, if you are tall, stooping is your only way to clean your teeth!
Keep in mind the height of the bathroom mirror. It should be above the bathroom vanity for the previous reason mentioned above.
Make sure you choose the correct color for your vanity by all means. However you need to choose a great color, you should also think about what you need to do with it. Thinking about the stuff you want to store and the space needed for that is what you should keep in mind.
Size, size and size. We discussed the height and now it’s time to talk about the width. My advice to you not to go for the too short one or the too long.
Shape is very important aspect that you should consider. Your vanity shape have to go along with your wall. Make sure you leave enough space for the doors to open rightly. It will be shocking if you buy a vanity that will open only half way before it reaches the wall or even the shower.