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A Guide to Bathroom Vanities

By Karin Mangan

When it comes to purchasing new bathroom vanities, you have tough choices to make. There are a lot of things to consider and keep in mind. The existing decor of your bathroom may decide the style of vanity that you should get. If you have a very modern looking bathroom, you need to get a modern bathroom vanity as well. Apart from matching the existing d├ęcor, there are several other things to consider as well. You should also consider if you want a single or a double basin vanity, how many drawers to get, and what kind of vanity mirror you want.

Here are a few things you should consider when shopping for bathroom vanities.

Style: Bathroom vanities come in several different shapes, sizes, styles, and designs. The main styles include:

  • Contemporary
  • Modern
  • Antique
  • Wood
  • Marble
  • Metal and Glass

Bathroom Vanity Sink Style: The main feature of most bathroom vanities is the sink. Most vanities have a sink built on the top. Every vanity incorporates a sink differently. When shopping for a new bathroom vanity, you need to ask yourself what type of sink you want for the bathroom. A modern vanity might not be suitable for a submerged/sunk in sink.

Number of Sinks: You also need to think about how many sinks to get. Double-basin bathroom vanities are convenient in a master bathroom. However, these take up more space, so be sure the larger vanity fits in your space.

Shop Smart: When it comes to shopping a bathroom vanity, you should keep you options open but consider the elements above. The more details you consider, the better your chances are of finding the perfect vanity for your bathroom.

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