Christina Leon. Bathroom Vanity. August 18th , 2018.
The basic design of any bathroom vanity includes a sink basin and a cabinet. In general, the cabinet is wood, while the basin is a porcelain material. As the cabinet needs to be protected from the moisture of the sink, often a stone counter top is added. This counter top is either made from real stone, such as granite or marble, or a man-made, altered stone. Other options include matching the counter to the sink basin. As a mirror is another piece common to many bathrooms, a set for a bathroom sink vanity may include a matching mirror.
A bathroom sink vanity has all of the same uses as a standard sink, only it has more storage space. As one or more people can use a bathroom sink vanity, two design options are available: single sink and double sink. Double sink vanities, of course, are longer and have two sink basins, but single-sink bathroom sink vanities with longer tops are another option if you're looking for more space for yourself. In terms of space, many of your standard bathroom items can be stored in the cabinets in these fixtures. Smaller cabinets, for example, are reserved for toiletries and hair tools, while the larger cabinets can hold cleaning supplies or even towels.
A distinctive mirror with elegance and charm, either contemporary or traditional, can be easily acquired regardless of cost. A fine example of a more traditional mirror might be a French decorative wall mirror with original gilt finish and glass. This mirror would include a typical French decoration with a central maiden's head and ribbon and swag decoration, c.1870. If you purchase an antique mirror you may want to replace the glass, as old glass tends to be cloudy and specked. Antique mirror designs come in a wide array of sizes and shapes combining artistry and craftsmanship of times past, and adding warmth, interest and drama to any bathroom vanity.
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