Danny Resendes | Hudson Real Estate, Marlborough Real Estate, Sudbury Real Estate


What room gets some of the most traffic in your home? The bathroom. It’s one of the most used places in any house by both residents and guests. Nowadays baths and showers are as well-decorated as any other room in the house. Many homeowners are making their bathroom stylish, and one common way of doing so is by installing a bathroom vanity.

A bathroom vanity comes in an endless variety of styles - single or double sink, traditional or on-trend, and so much more. Making a choice can be a very daunting task. If you can honestly answer the questions below, then you are on the right path a to installing bathroom vanity you will enjoy for a very long time.

What is your bathroom style?

The first thing to do when looking for a bathroom vanity is sorting out the kind of style you need. Do you want a sleek and minimalistic design or are you the type that is on the trend? You need to be clear on the kind of style or design you want if you want a bathroom vanity that you makes you happy.

How much space do you have?

Get a measuring tape and take note of the amount of space in your bathroom you will be working with. Consider the width and depth of your vanity top especially, it is vital. Your vanity drawers and cupboard should be easy to open, and there should be plenty of space to move around.

What are your needs?

Your bathroom vanity should be stylish as well meet all your needs. Plan your budget and know the cost. If your bathroom is likely to be for the whole family, you should consider an extra bench space and a double sink. Do you need sockets for handheld appliances in the cabinetry? If you have a young family, choose a material that is durable and easy to maintain.

Which material do you like?

The materials you will use for your bathroom vanity depends on your personal preference, your needs, and your budget. Stone top, marble, plastic, laminate, and timber are common materials for bathroom vanities. Stone tops have a long-life span; laminate is excellent for practicality while a timber vanity can offer a classic look.

Where would you place it?

Once you've chosen between a single or double basin, think about where to position your countertop. Your sink can be mounted on the wall, above the cupboard or placed as a stand-alone vessel. Remember to set your vanity where it will be most functional.

If you’re ready to get started on your bathroom renovation, Get in touch with your local interior designer to help you choose a lovely bathroom for your home.




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