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Available options in bathroom vanities

Tile has been a great choice among homeowners for floors, countertops and backsplashes for years now. The fact that they are waterproof, durable and gorgeous makes them the perfect complement for any décor and they have a very promising life span as well. Everything that makes them great for these applications also makes them a wonderful choice for your shower as well.

At FloorQuest, we not only strive for complete customer satisfaction in flooring, but in your shower design as well. We believe your spaces should not only be beautiful, but should be highly functional as well, so that every single day is a joy. Get your own custom tile showers started right now by visiting one of our showrooms in Oshkosh, Fond du Lac, Waukesha or Sturtevant, WI today. We serve the areas of Oshkosh, Omro, Neenah, Fond du Lac, Waukesha, Pewaukee, Sturtevant and Racine and we’d love to add you to our list of customers as well.

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

Vanities that truly reflect your 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 vanity should also take into consideration anything you want to place on either side.

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 in lieu of measurements for separate components, but some homeowners will prefer this option.