It is not always easy to choose the right bathroom vanity, and there are many factors to think about and important questions to ask yourself when you start shopping for it. This is especially true if you are creating a new environment in important rooms of your place – whether you are looking for a bathroom vanity that works in a small space or you are updating a spacious master bathroom.
Here are some suggestions that will guide you through the process of finding the right vanity for your space.
Before making a purchase, consider how much counter space and storage space you would like to have in your bathroom and how much you will need – it is really important to make sure to note the dimensions of the area where your bathroom vanity will be installed, and pass it on to your renovation team upon planning.
Select a spot for your vanity that won´t disturb with your bathroom´s traffic flow or block the bathroom door or shower door. Another good thing to note is if the area is accessible for cleaning, the doors vanity can open and the space close to the vanity is enough for foot traffic.
Types of montage
There are a number of different options for mounting.
Free standing – this is the most popular and means the vanity is seated on the floor and attached to the wall. This kind of vanity helps a lot if you need storage space.
Floating – this vanity is wall-mounted and in the last years this type of vanity become popular because the designs are modern and contemporary. This kind of vanity saves floor space and is really good for small bathrooms. It also gives you the option to store things underneath it.
Open space – this kind of vanity has visible storage space without door panels or drawers covering them, this vanity gives you a fun, spa-like environment.
Variation of sinks
During this process, it’s important to consider vanity style, counter space and style of the bathroom.
Undermount sink – the sink is designed to be under the counter for more space and easy clean up.
Self-rimming – this kind of sink is resting in an opening counter or vanity, it is called a drop-in-sink too.
Vessel, usually this sink just sits on top of the counter surface and doesn’t need any special installation. It is very simple, and options range from glass, all the way to mosaic.
If you are in need of a bathroom renovation, or would like to upgrade your bathroom vanity, contact Siema Kitchen & Bath. Our experts would be happy to help you figure out the appropriate style and size of bathroom vanity, that fits practically and functionally into your space.