Zaniyah Pittman. Bathroom Vanity. July 25th , 2018.
In picking out the bathroom vanity that you will be adding into your bathroom, the first thing that you need to keep in mind is your bathroom space. You should take note that placing a lot of items in your bathroom, occupying all the free spaces will leave it with a cluttered look. So, make sure that you only get the essential ones.
If the bathroom space and your budget allow it, you can go for small bathroom vanity and sinks. This allows you to have both a sink and a storage space for your toiletries at the same time. This can be a practically choice as it allows you to organize your bathroom items while providing an area for you sink. However, if you find that you don't have space to place a vanity cabinet, you might want to add a corner piece in your bathroom instead. This allows you to utilize a corner in your bathroom and place a sink on it.
A solid wood vanity with veneers has a wood construction base but then it is covered by a veneer which is a thin decorative covering of fine wood applied on top of the wood (or MDF). It is used to improve the aesthetic of the wood but making it more consistent. Veneers also allow more variations of wood grains and colors.
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