Bathroom Vanities Charlotte NC
Bathroom vanities have a huge impact on your the outcome of a bathroom. Especially, as a business owner you want to make your restrooms elegant, fresh and ascetically pleasing. Whether you are looking for a modern refreshing feel or a classically beautiful style we can help you with the perfect bathroom vanity for your space.
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How to Choose The Perfect Bathroom Vanity
Choosing the right bathroom vanity can greatly impact the overall design of your bathroom. Whether you own a home or a commercial space, you want your guests to feel welcome and at ease when they walk into the restroom. There are many things to consider when it comes to picking out perfect bathroom vanities, including placement (where it will go), storage space, materials & colors, size, and style. We’ll cover each one of these factors in depth below.
Bathroom Vanities Placement
Our bathroom vanities Charlotte NC experts can help you determine the best placement for your vanity through an in-person design consultation. But to get your wheels spinning now, we’ll go ahead and give you our top pointers for determining where your new bathroom vanity will go.
First, consider the size of your bathroom and the placement of other fixtures, including your toilet, tub, shower, and wall decor. Some bathrooms are very small and the placement of a vanity is a no-brainer, as there’s only one place for it to go. However, if you are designing a new-construction home and are choosing your bathroom vanity for the first time, you may have some wiggle room when it comes to placement. Make sure it’s easy to access and won’t obstruct the flow of traffic in and out of the bathroom. Also, make sure the surrounding areas are easily accessible for cleaning, especially your toilet. Be sure to leave enough space between the vanity and the toilet, if the two will be placed next to each other, as is often the case in many homes.
It’s also good to consider lighting in this situation. You may benefit from having more natural light near your vanity, especially if you spend a lot of time getting ready in front of the mirror. In that case, placing it near a window (if a window exists in your bathroom) is likely a good idea.
In addition to accessibility and lighting, you may also want to consider plumbing. You will have to spend a lot more money to reroute pipes if you decide to change the location of your bathroom vanity or place it away from other fixtures that also require plumbing, so keep that in mind if you’re on a smaller budget.
Size & Storage Space
How much storage will your new bathroom vanity require? That’s a question to ask when determining the size and amount of cabinet and drawer space you’ll need. If you want more floor space, then a hanging vanity might be in order. However, if you like a lot of wall decor in your bathroom, then a floor vanity is probably your best option. You can add extra storage with wall cabinetry over the toilet or sink as well.
Depending on the size of your bathroom, you may require a much smaller bathroom vanity and will want to get creative when it comes to storage space. It doesn’t make sense to put a double vanity in a hallway powder room, nor is it feasible, for example.
Bathroom Vanity Designs: Materials & Colors
Consider how all colors will work together when choosing the color of your cabinets and countertop. You’ll want to make sure your vanity top doesn’t stick out like a sore thumb against your floor tiles, and vice versa. Also, bathrooms are humid places, so you’ll want a durable material like laminate or granite countertops that can stand up to the moisture and heat and are easy to clean. Make sure that all wood cabinets are properly sealed and lacquered to prevent damage. Also, make sure the countertops are properly sealed as well. If you choose granite countertops, we recommend having them resealed every so often to extend their life.
Style of Your Bathroom Vanity
Do you prefer a clean, modern look, or a classic contemporary look? Whites and bright colors are trending in home bathrooms right now, while European-style sink fixtures are becoming extremely popular in commercial bathroom vanities. While we recommend looking into current trends, we also advise that you choose something that offers a timeless look, so that it won’t go out of style quickly. You’ll have to live with your choices for a long time, after all. So make sure you like it and feel certain that you will still like it 5 to 10 years from when it’s installed.
Choosing neutral colors will give you more room to play around with decor, so if you do decide to change things up in a few years, you won’t get stuck wondering how you’re going to pay for a completely new bathroom vanity. Keep that in mind when making your choice.
Our experienced cabinet and countertop experts have been working with homeowners and businesses in Charlotte NC and surrounding areas for many years and can help you choose and install the perfect bathroom vanities to suit your space. Give us a call at (704) 274-2994 to get started on your Charlotte bathroom remodeling project!