How to Choose a Bathroom Vanity
Are you looking for a bathroom vanity for a small bathroom or a spacious master bathroom? Before you shop for your bathroom vanity, there are four important questions to consider:
How much space do you have?
You should measure the size of your bathroom before purchasing a bathroom vanity. You’ll have to consider how much counter space and storage page you’ll need. It’s important to note the dimensions of the area where you’d like install your bathroom vanity.
It’s a good idea to start with the width of a modern bathroom vanity because the width is a fixed measurement due to the physical space in your bathroom. Starting with the width will instantly tell you if the bathroom vanity will fit into your space or not. Then you should continue with the height of your bathroom vanity to see what’s comfortable for everyday use. You should keep in mind that the height of your bathroom vanity will vary from space to space. You don’t want to choose a bathroom vanity that’s too high or too low because it’ll become too uncomfortable to use.
How many sinks do you need?
Let’s say the space isn’t a factor when it comes to choosing a bathroom vanity. Then, the number of sinks will depend on your preference. Are you looking for a single or double bathroom vanities? A single bathroom vanity is the most common size and is also the best option for small bathrooms. A double bathroom vanity is perfect for a shared or family bathroom.
Which mounting options are available?
There are three types of mountain options available for you to choose from: free standing, wall mounted, and corner mounted. Free standing vanities is the most common bathroom vanity and is the best option for maximum storage space. Wall mounted vanities hang or float on the wall and opens up floor space in a small bathroom. Corner-mounted vanities is the best option if you’re looking to save space.
What type of sink would you like?
You’ll need to consider the vanity style, counter space, and overall style of your bathroom when it comes to choosing the type of sink you’d like. There are three types of sink options available for you to choose from: undermount, self-rimming, and vessel. Undermount sinks are designed to be installed under the counter. Self-rimming sinks are mounted directly into an opening on the counter. Vessel sinks are bowl-shaped that sit on top of the counter surface.