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While the more obvious capacity of a double bathroom vanity would meet storage needs, there are also a great many single basin units that could provide storage for a bathroom. For example, there are many units modeled on antique and vintage furniture. These vanities tend to have unusual design elements from more standard cabinetry, with short legs or feet, oversized countertops and often double-door cupboards below the basin. Such a bathroom vanity could easily hold towels, cleaning products and many personal items and toiletries.
There are many online retailers as well as traditional showroom sellers to look for quality bathroom vanities. A visit to a few Web sites or showrooms is a good idea to help in the beginning of your redesign project. Start any search for new cabinetry by knowing exactly what you need and what materials you want. There are all sorts of finishes and materials that manufacturers use in crafting bathroom furniture. There is also a trend in green living that has contributed to a huge selection of available environmentally-friendly wood products. Decide if your new bathroom vanity will require a single sink or if you are able to place side-by-side basins in the unit.
Clearly there is a huge range of design and material choices, so itemizing personal needs is critical in order to save time and money when purchasing bathroom vanities. Proper measurements, design preferences, appropriate materials, budget limitations, and construction are all important facets a homeowner or designer should take into account when selecting a new unit. A well-chosen vanity can last many years, express the homeowners personal tastes and style, and serve as the centerpiece of any type of bathroom design plan.
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