How To Choose The Best Vanity For Your Bathroom Remodel
The vanity is a part of the bathroom that sets the stage for the rest of the space. It’s where you’ll find your sink as well as much of your storage, and it should be a big focal point when you’re having your Maryland bathroom remodeled. When having a bathroom remodel done in your home, use your vanity as inspiration, but make sure to choose the one that best fits your space.
First and foremost, you don’t want your bathroom vanity to get in the way. Can the door open all of the way with the vanity installed? Can the drawers and cabinets on the vanity open all of the way whether the bathroom door is left open or shut? Is there ample room to get around the bathroom with the vanity in place? These are all things you’ll need to consider to make sure the vanity you’ve chosen is one that works for your new bathroom.
If you plan to install your bathroom vanity in a new area, as in not where your current bathroom vanity resides, you’ll also have to consider the additional cost of rearranging the plumbing to suit the sink elsewhere. It can be done if you’d like the vanity in a new area, or you plan to go from a floor to a wall mounted vanity, but it will impact your remodeling budget somewhat. If your current bathroom layout isn’t working with the amount of space you have, and moving or changing the type of vanity will better suit the area, the additional expense may be worth it to provide you with the bathroom you’ve always wanted and can get more use out of.
While getting your bathroom remodeled, it’s always a great idea to have a talk with your design team about your remodel plans and how a vanity fits into that equation. They can provide invaluable advice pertaining to the types of materials you should use, the size of the vanity, and where it will be best placed allowing you to make an informed decision.