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Is it time for a bathroom remodel? A vanity will be an essential part of your renovation and can dictate the overall look of a room. Whether you're going traditional or modern, we can help you select the best vanity for your space.
It's important to measure your space before determining the vanity you’d like to purchase. There are several key factors that you should keep in mind:
Once you have taken these items into consideration, it’s time to measure for your vanity.
If you're purchasing a vanity without a top, you’ll also need to measure for the countertop. Measure the width and depth of your cabinet. The vanity top should be 1-in wider and 1-in deeper than the vanity cabinet.
For standard building code compliance, you should allow at least 18-in from the cabinet edge to the center of the toilet.
There are two types of vanities that you can choose: vanities with tops or vanities without tops. Choosing a vanity with a top is easier, but the downside is that you're limited to the top that's sold with the vanity. Purchasing a vanity without a top gives you the opportunity to choose your material. Countertops are available in a wide range of materials including solid surface, glass, marble, granite and more.
The vanity can define your bathroom space. Since bathrooms are usually separate from the rest of your home, you can deviate from your typical style. If your home is traditional, you can opt for a more modern look in your bathroom. Here are several different options to consider in a vanity.
Here are some other important items that you should consider when purchasing a vanity.
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