With today’s economy, more and more homeowners are looking to remodel their home rather than sell and move to another home. Remodeling and specifically the bathroom remodel can really transform your home while adding value to the house to enjoy until you sell in the future. There are numerous types of vanities on the market that can meet your designer or decor needs of your home. Just a new piece of bathroom furniture will give the rest of your home the style you’re looking for. Both single and double bathroom vanities come in a variety of styles including traditional, transitional, antique, and modern or contemporary. Other varieties either have the traditional four legs or are wall hung for the more modern designs.
As with any remodeling project, the bathroom remodel can take a bit of planning in advance, but once you are able to get your bathroom vanity, you should be able to move forward with your project with the help of a local contractor. Depending on if this is a powder room, a jack and jill bathroom for the kids, or the master bathroom, determine first if a single sink or double sink vanity is needed. Measure the width of the space you are looking to install carefully to ensure that the cabinet doors don’t knock into an adjacent toilet or bathtub. If you make a purchase and get the vanity in your home that is too small or too large it can really look out of place or not function well.
When space is limited in the bathroom you can utilize an adjacent or wall mounted linen cabinet to hold your linens or personal belongings in addition to a smaller vanity cabinet. Corner units of single vanities are becoming increasingly popular too. For filling larger spaces the double vanity is more ideal. Even if the secondary bathroom in the home is not the master bath, a larger space should use a double vanity cabinet to fill the space properly.