A bathroom vanity is an integral part of your home. It may not be very stylish, may not be very expensive or out of the world but it has to be utilitarian and it must cater to your needs while being accommodated with ease. Most families however would also focus on the aesthetics of bathroom vanity and that is what makes way for different types of vanities and sinks. A bathroom remodeling contractor can help you decide which type of vanity you should choose.
Here is a comprehensive guide on different types of bathroom vanity and sinks.
A pedestal sink is also known as a free standing sink. It takes very little space, is extremely utilitarian and looks neat, nifty and cool at the same time. There are many designs of pedestal sinks and it can fit in almost any bathroom, regardless of its shape and size. Also, if you have a certain theme for your bathroom, a pedestal or free standing sink would fit in just perfectly.
Free Standing Vanities
Free standing vanities are a combo of vanity and pedestal sink. While a traditional pedestal sink wouldn’t have any space for your essential items, a free standing bathroom vanity would have generous space to store all items that you need. Besides, free standing vanities have the same advantage of aesthetics and space as a pedestal sink. It just has more advantages, rather utility. Free standing vanities are in vogue today and it is not difficult to imagine why.
Wall Mounted Sink
A wall mounted sink looks great and it can save substantial space as well. But it would have less durability and might be vulnerable to mildly forcible thrusts or impacts.
Vessel Sink & Vanity
Vessel sink and vanity are very stylish alternatives to traditional vanity and sink. However, they are expensive and take up quite a bit of space. Also, such type of bathroom vanity does not go with bathrooms of all shapes and sizes.
Under-mount sink looks classy and contemporary at the same time. They look posh and are quite a fascinating addition to your bathroom. But the space an under-mount sink would take is not at the disposal of most homeowners. Besides, an under-mount sink requires a hard countertop, for instance granite or marble, and thus it is more expensive to setup, but in our opinion very worth it for your Colorado Springs bathroom remodel.
Vanity cabinets are the second most popular choice in bathroom vanity after free standing vanities. You get all the utilities while saving space and vanity cabinets can look great if you choose interesting designs.
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