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How to: Guide to Bathroom Vanity Units and Vanities
As you can see there is an extensive range of vanity units available. Double
vanities, coloured vanities, wall hung vanities, vanities with kickboard, vanity
units with legs, semi recessed vanities and for the small bathroom, slimline
First of all you have to know what sizes you are working with. So make sure
you get out the tap measure or the plans and visualise a suitably sized bathroom vanity unit for your bathroom.
Speak to a professional:
To ensure you select the right bathroom vanity unit and get your renovation right the first time, it pays to get the best advice, so consult with your selected tradesperson before you buy. After all they have seen more bathrooms that you could poke a stick at, and can come up with some great ideas and evaluate the pros and cons of your ideas.
What matters to you most when considering a Bathroom Vanity Unit:
Do you want to create a feel of space with a vanity unit with legs, do you need to have the draws on one side or the other for your vanity due to where the toilet, power or shower is? Do you need a double vanity, a slimline vanity. Do you want some colour in your bathroom, a timber look, or coloured legs. Do you need some space to one side of your vanity for a towel to hang? There are lots of questions so consider how you will live with your vanity unit.