Apr 072012
 

The introduction of an appealing bathroom vanity to your house during renovation will have a positive effect on the value of your home. In fact, a newly remodeled bathroom has been shown to increase the value of a home even more than a kitchen renovation. Savvy homeowners seeking to yield a profitable return on their renovation investment will definitely include a remodeling project in the bathroom area of their home. The bathroom vanity is one of the most important things to keep up-to-date as it is one of the first things that people notice when they enter a bathroom. Choosing a new bathroom vanity can be a somewhat daunting task due to the fact that there is currently a plethora of styles and designs on the market.

When choosing a bathroom vanity for your new home or remodeling project, pick one that fits the personality of you or your family. If you are remodeling your home in order to get it ready for sale in the real estate market, choose a bathroom vanity that may be aesthetically appealing to as many potential buyers as possible. To get a better picture in mind of the perfect vanity for your needs, it is a good idea to make a quick checklist that includes various elements that are important to you. Jot down things like materials, faucet type, colors, styles (ex. contemporary, traditional etc.), sizes, and shapes. Doing this will help you pinpoint exactly what you are looking for in your new bathroom vanity. 

Bella 60-inch Bathroom Vanity (White/White), Includes Cabinet, Soft Close Drawers with Marble Countertop, Double Ceramic Sinks, and Chrome Faucets
There are several types of vanity sinks available, such as the wall mounted, pedestal, vessel, and double vanity styles of sinks. These sinks may be stand-alone, or they may be accompanied by cabinets. The materials the sinks are made of consist primarily of ceramic, metal, glass, and natural stones like quartz and granite. 

Wall mounted sinks are a common choice for the budget conscience homeowner. They are called wall mounted because they are mounted underneath directly to the wall. These sinks are good for limited space issues.

A more elegant choice of space-saving sinks is the pedestal sink. This sink stands atop an appealing pedestal shape that extends to the floor. There are no visible signs of the plumbing fixtures, as they are hidden inside of the sophisticated pedestal design. 

Vessel sinks are a newer design of bathroom vanity sinks on the market. The “vessel” in the sink’s name refers to the basin or bowl that the faucet pours water into. The vessel sits on a counter top that is attached to a floor mounted base. The possibilities for customizing a vessel style sink are virtually endless. They have become an eye-catching form of artistic design. The vessels, faucets, and bases range in an array colors, shapes, and materials. 

Rising more and more in popularity are the double sinks. These sinks provide not only elegance, but, they also provide an extra layer of practicality in a bathroom that is shared by more than one person. Individuals with double sink bathroom vanities can save time by being able to overlap certain tasks, such as washing hands and brushing teeth. Plus, people like the idea of having their own personal space when sharing a bathroom. These sinks are highly desirable in the current market. 

There are numerous options to choose from when looking for a bathroom vanity. Whether you are on a tight budget, or you are working with an unlimited amount of money during your remodeling job, if you thoroughly research the options available to you, you should be able to choose the perfect new vanity for your bathroom.

Liza is a blogger with a particular passion for home décor. She believes that modern furniture and great lighting can be all it takes to reinvent and revitalize a room.

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