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      A Step-by-Step Designing Guide for Bathroom Vanity


      Great vanity design requires careful planning and attention to detail. Whether you’re customizing or opting for an off-the-shelf vanity, there are many decisions to make, from layout and style to the type of sink and countertop. This six-step process gives you a game plan to follow as you work with a designer or other home expert to create your new vanity space.

      1. Determine the Layout

      Before deciding on colors, finishes, and fixtures, you must know where your vanity is going and how big it will be.

      The kitchen layout consists of two vanity spaces separated by an aisle. Each of these spaces can include a sink, or you can use one space for washing and the other for seating.

      Homeowners can also opt for L-shaped vanities, especially in master bathrooms. While they don’t always maximize space (corners are rarely effective), they offer ample leg and arm room in larger bathrooms, as well as unique vanity space. Unless used in a small bathroom, an L-shaped vanity rarely feels cramped.

      2. Determine the Number of Sinks

      You’ll need to find a vanity style that can hold the number of sinks you want.

      Given the choice, many homeowners would prefer a double sink. Unfortunately, there are often space constraints.

      Vanities less than 60 inches wide usually have only one sink. The sink can be located in the center, right or left. Your sink cabinet can have drawers or standard doors.

      Over 60 inches wide vanity comfortably accommodates two sinks. However, if one sink is sufficient, you can use the extra space for additional counter space.

      3. Choose Style

      Once you find the layout that works best for your bathroom and determine how many sinks you want, the next step is to decide on the design of the vanity. Do you like traditional cabinets ? A piece of antique furniture? Basin?If you want a traditional dresser, there are several factors to consider:

      • Do you want to paint or stain?
      • What color do you like?
      • What type of door style do you want?
      • Do you want drawers, doors, or drawers?
      Dressers don’t have to be built-in. Freestanding vanities are not attached to any walls and can replace closed cabinets with open shelves. They also feature furniture-style details.
      Another style is the floating vanity, which is mounted on the wall with open space below.
      Repurposing an heirloom, such as an antique dresser or table frame, can add tried-and-true personality to your vanity.
      If you don’t need storage space and are looking for a minimalist design, you can ditch the cabinets and simply install a wall-mounted countertop.

      4. Find the Right Countertop

      If you’re shopping for a pedestal sink or restoring old furniture, you can skip this step. Most other designs, including cabinets and converted furniture without a countertop, will require some type of countertop.

      Available in a variety of materials including quartz, granite, marble, laminate, concrete, wood and solid surface.

      Quartz and granite are popular choices for bathroom countertops. Both are durable high-quality materials with designer graphics. Granite needs to be sealed every year or two because it is a porous stone.Softer stones, such as marble, scratch more easily than granite and quartz, and are less tolerant of moisture. Wood and laminate don’t always mix well with moisture either, but they can be more affordable than stone.

      Keep in mind that remodeled furniture isn’t always able to hold the weight of stone countertops like quartz and granite. Consult a remodeling expert for specific advice on your furniture.

      5. Select the Sink Type

      The next step is to determine the type of sink, such as undermount, built-in, vessel, or wall-mounted. After that, choose the color and material for your sink, whether it’s porcelain, natural stone, or something else.

      Undermount sinks fit beneath the countertop with support brackets, providing a seamless look. They are more difficult to install and usually require professionals.
      The container sink sits above your counter. Cut a drainage hole out of your countertop. There are many more places to clean, but container sinks give you the option of sinks with patterns, designs, and custom shapes.
      A recessed sink fits into a cutout in the countertop. The rim of these sinks sits on your countertop.

      6. Fixtures, Fixtures, and More Fixtures

      It’s time to finish off your design with fixtures. Even if you focus primarily on layout and cabinet finishes, you still need to choose cabinet hardware, faucets, lighting, and mirrors. Most importantly, these should coordinate with the rest of your design and color scheme.

      The following decisions need to be made:

      • Do you want wall sconces, wall-mounted lighting or recessed lighting?
      • Would you prefer a built-in mirror or a decorative mirror that can be easily changed?
      • What kind of cabinet handles and pulls do you want?
      • Do you want a detailed faucet design or something simpler and modern?
      There is no shortage of options for cabinet hardware and fixtures. Choose a finish (oil-rubbed bronze, brushed nickel, chrome, stainless steel), then choose a style (traditional, modern, contemporary).

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