If you are interested in enhancing the aesthetic appeal of or otherwise
reinvigorating your bathroom, consider installing a charming small bathroom
sink vanity. These are remarkably useful and charming features that not only
look great, but they often significantly enhance the market value of your
home and property as well. With so many small bathroom sink vanity resources
online, and so many distinct vanity options available to you, you are
practically guaranteed to find the perfect small bathroom sink vanity for
your home. Below I will outline just a few of the most common bath vanity
There may be no better way to give your home a quaint, rustic appeal than to
install double vanity sinks. This does not mean that these double vanity
sinks sacrifice any space or utility; they are specifically engineered to
give your bathroom that desirable traditional aesthetic while simultaneously
improving bathroom efficiency with modern ingenuity. They are most often
built in hard wood materials such as oak, cherry, mahogany, maple, and teak.
Wood double sink bath vanities are polished and sealed with a strong coating
that protects them from water damages and improves their environmental
resistance. Nevertheless, it is certainly in your best interests to properly
care for your wood bath vanity as they are a bit more susceptible to water
and mildew damage than other small bathroom sink vanity types. Make sure
that you wipe away any water that may have collected on your vanity counter
top. Additionally, when the time comes to clean your vanity, make sure that
you use only those cleaning solutions that do not harm wood and wood finish.
With proper care, your antique bath vanity will retain its inherent beauty
for years to come.
Not all vanities are designed with an antique look in mind, of course. For
the hip home designer, there are a number of modern antique double vanities
available. These polished, sleek vanities are perfect for that contemporary,
perhaps industrial look you need for your classy, modern home. They are most
often available with metal counter tops, such as stainless steel or even
copper. Many modern vanities use stone counter tops as well; try granite or
onyx for a darker, more robust aesthetic, or try marble for a more colorful
and polished appearance. Some of these antique double vanities use tempered
glass sinks to really add to the functional charm of your bathroom.
You’ll need to consider more than just the aesthetic aspects of your vanity,
however; space is perhaps the most pressing matter when it comes to home
remodeling, particularly in the bathroom. For smaller bathrooms, such as
those often found in apartments or small houses, consider investing in
corner bathroom vanities. These vanities boast all of the utility and
elegance of full sized antique double vanities, but they can fit into any
corner, making them remarkably space efficient.
For a larger bathroom or (particularly) a shared bathroom, it may be worth
your while to look into a double small vanity. These antique double vanities
feature two cabinet spaces, two sinks, and often two mirrors as well. Double
bathroom vanities allow both you and your partner to use the bathroom
simultaneously, without having to worry about sharing sink time or getting
hygienic tasks done efficiently and fairly. Imagine an end to the “whose
turn is it” question, as both you and your house mates can accomplish daily
hygienic tasks without quarrel.