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Bathroom Vanities That Suit Your Style

 

The right bathroom vanity can make or break your bathroom’s design. There are so many choices to go through when it comes to deciding on the best option for you—do you need a small bathroom vanity or perhaps a double vanity? Should you get a marble top or granite? At FloorQuest, we can answer all of these questions and more. Just contact us for an estimate and we can discuss your needs!

What is a bathroom vanity?

A bathroom vanity is a sink and bathroom cabinet combined. Many people find this to be the absolute best option when it comes to maximizing the space and beauty of their bathroom. A standard pedestal sink exposes the plumbing behind it and doesn’t provide any storage at all. A bathroom vanity provides valuable storage in a convenient space within your bathroom and doesn’t really take much more space than a simple pedestal sink.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Vanities in Oshkosh, Fond du Lac, Waukesha, and Sturtevant, WI
 
 
 

Bathroom vanities that maximize space and style

 
So what is it, exactly, that you need to look for when it comes to your vanities? The first thing you’ll want to consider is how wide the piece will be. Many brands offer lengths that are considered to be “standard”, while others have countertops with an overhang that you also have to take into consideration. The width of your bathroom vanity should also take into consideration anything you want to place on either side of the sink basin.

The finish of your new vanity is also important and can range from cherry to espresso, natural oak to solid white, or any of a wide array of choices in between and beyond. You need to choose something that matches or at least complements your existing bathroom décor to maintain continuity in your style. Even natural stone finishes may be in order and can match a wide variety of fixtures.

Consider, as well, whether you will be looking for a countertop that is preattached or something you can add your own unique countertop to. The latter option gives you much more room for personalization, especially if you have specific components in mind. It can be a little more tricky due to needing measurements for separate components, but some homeowners will prefer this option.