Another important interior design aspect of your vanity is the colour. White is a popular color for a large majority of vanities nowadays but there are other options that you could consider as a focal point to your bathroom. The Laminex range of colours is expansive and is definitely worth checking out if you are getting a vanity custom made for your bathroom. The Dante range of bathroom vanities which is ready made is also available in a variety of laminex colours.
A 48 inch bath vanity will likely have cabinet and drawer storage space underneath the countertop of the vanity. This will allow for storing items such as towels washcloths and toilet paper among other things. There are many styles in vanities of this size. Some have all drawers and others have cabinets and drawers together. They are made of different wood grains and finishes to match in with the other decor of the bathroom. Switching from a small vanity to a larger one is a big change in your bathroom. It can give you all the storage and extra counter space that you require in a vanity.
When you have decided to keep the vanity in the front door area or the hallway you may have to opt for a very basic one. When people tend to use the bathroom vanities in the bedroom they need to find out a good place not very close to the bed. The bathrooms are usually available in single units that contain the sinks and the counter. You can buy these vanity units separately but it is highly recommended that you buy them from one place. Also get the best modern double bathroom from your nearest dealer.
In the same way make sure that all colours sizes and details are correct and documented as custom made vanities can be difficult to exchange if there is an issue. Keep all relevant documents and receipts on hand so that if it is the fault of the supplier you have proof that they need to resolve the issue.
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