It’s easy to get confused with so many options of colours, styles and materials when choosing the right bathroom vanity Vancouver . Here we give you a brief list of elements that you may want to look at when remodelling, which must be helpful to find a clear image of your ideal bathroom.
It is important to make sure the mood that you would like to have in your bathroom or that other part of your bathroom already has; traditional, modern, rustic, elegant, minimalistic, monotone, etc.
There are mainly three different models of sinks for a bathroom, and the Vancouver bathroom vanity styles we offer at Siema.
Under mount sinks
Under mount sinks have become one of the most favoured form of bathroom sinks. The seamlessly integrated surface with countertops makes cleaning and maintaining easier.
This type of sink allows you to have more choices on styles, materials, and designs. At the same time, it takes more room compared to under mount sinks due to its bowl-shape.
One piece top
This is a good option if you don’t have enough space for two basins but still want counter space.
Faucets should be considered according with your sink type. You also can choose single sink or double if you have a plenty of available space in your bathroom.
Materials play an important role in its visual and functionality as well as design.
Stone can create a high sense of value and last a lifetime.
Ceramic comes in wide range of colour and customization options with reasonable price.
Porcelain is really easy to maintain, resistant to scratches, and it can be an alternative for stone.
There is also a choice of texture; glossy or matte.
We believe our bathroom vanity Vancouver collection can absolutely meet your needs and make your bathroom experience more enjoyable and comfortable. We understand renovation is not decided only by your preference, but also budget and available space. We are here to help you choose the best one considering all of these aspects. Feel free to contact us or drop by the store to get more information and advice. Any questions and inquiries are welcome.