The two most commonly bought bedroom or bathroom vanities are the contemporary vanities and the antique. So you will find most websites or online stores giving special attention to the contemporary vanities and the antique vanities. You can select the type of vanity depending on the usage. If you have a larger space in the bathroom you may need a modern double vanity. If you have a smaller space in the bathroom you may have to settle down for the single vanity.
The vanity sinks are made out of different materials and you can select the best material that meets your needs and requirements. Generally it is seen that ceramic and stone are used to make the vanity sinks; however these days you will also find glass sinks. Contrary to popular belief the glass vanity sinks are very strong but you need to take a lot of care when you are using them. The countertops for the vanities are generally made out of laminates stainless steel and concrete.
If you are on a very limited budget and you cannot afford oak or teak wood vanities you can try out the particle board vanities. You can also try out the ones that have a wood finish. Although most people will be able to distinguish between particle board and wood you will still get the elegance and durability that you desire. Check out some good designs on the internet.
There are two main materials that bathroom vanity tops come in and they are polymarble and china whose stone is also a popular option. In terms of the difference between polymarble and china tops it is common perception that china is better although this is not always the case. Polymarble is a man made composite mixture of polyurethane resins and china is a vitreous porcelain product that is a natural. They are both durable materials so the choice depends on the buyer/ user. Polymarble is generally cheaper but it can be scratched easily and doesnt look as fresh compared to china. One factor to take into account is that polymarble is easier to repair than china so if you scratch your polymarble top this can be buffed over but a chipped china basin is more difficult to repair.
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