Bathroom Sink And Vanity Unit
Bathroom vanity units and wash basins are an essential part of creating perfect bathroom, providing a place to get ready for a busy day ahead. Offering a wealth of bathroom cupboard storage units and a huge number of styles, the humble bathroom sink unit has been transformed for modern living with Toilet and sink units in one unit double sinks with vanity cupboard units and cupboard storage underneath giving that chic His and Hers double vanity unit basin creation. Bathroom City’s huge range of vanity units with sinks come in traditional, contemporary and modern classic designs, so you can be sure that we’ll have a solution for your dream bathroom suite.
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Vanity Units aren't just exclusive to the bathroom, they are equally as eligible for the bedroom too. Whichever room you’re looking to utilise, the key is to perform the correct amount of research before purchasing.
Research is important when purchasing a vanity unit with basin because it pays off further down the line.
To simplify the research process, we have broken it down into 5 categories: size, purpose, style, colour and texture.
Size is an important factor because getting it wrong can be critical.
To get it right, it is recommendable to measure the size of the space you wish the vanity unit to go into.
Getting your dimensions in order at the start of the process will naturally qualify or eliminate potential vanity units pushing forward.
Although this can be occasionally disappointing, it is better to know the large vanity unit you wanted doesn’t fit earlier rather than later.
It is also important that we tell you that our advice is not to be practiced so rigidly that it stops you being creative. Wanting to break the rules of conventional design is fine. But the point is that practicality should come first.
The next thing to research is the purpose of your vanity unit because not all of our bathroom vanity units are solely for storage and grooming. Others can encompass entire bathroom suites. For example, our larger vanity units have back to wall cisterns and toilets.
The purpose of your vanity unit will tie in with the size of your bathroom. So if you’re looking for a vanity unit for a smaller or cloakroom bathroom, then our small vanity units with basins or corner vanity units are perhaps your best bet. On the other hand, if you have the luxury of more bathroom space, then a large vanity unit might be more suitable.
Then there is the style of your vanity unit. As Bathroom experts, we recommend choosing a vanity unit aligned with existing bathroom decor. If your bathroom is decorated in a traditional or period theme, then our traditional vanity units will be ideal. Likewise, if your bathroom is more minimal and modern, we recommend buying something contemporary. On occasion, some vanity units are able to adapt around traditional and modern bathroom styles.
Colour and Textures of Sink Cabinets
The next variable is colour. Colours are important because they affect your bathroom’s mood. As any bathroom expert will tell you, a bathroom’s colour should be unified or at least in sync with existing décor.
Bathrooms are associated with white because it connotes a clean and pure energy. What’s more is that white is considered a base colour that is often complemented by a pallet of others that can range from deep reds to light pastels.
Lighter colours such as sky blues and bright lemons can create more of an open and airy environment, and can invigorate a bathroom with a fresh personality.
Traditionally designed vanity units can be coated in bright colours, but are best suited to darker and richer tones. Rich colours paint a picture of bathroom luxury.
Then there are the materials used to make bathroom vanity units. These materials can vary from stone resin to laminated oak. Naturally textures tend to correlate with style. So vanity units with a modern style are usually made from smoother materials such as poly-marble or high-gloss ebony.
On the other hand, traditional vanity units are more likely to have a rustic and authentic feel. Lots of traditional vanity units are made from solid oak meaning they have a distinctively different texture to modern designed vanity units.
The textures you choose for bathroom vanity units will be dependent on bathroom style. Often customers want to create a continuous theme inside their bathroom. This usually means that things like the bath, shower and other bathroom elements will dictate the choice of vanity unit.
Texture can also affect the mind-set of customers when it comes to product quality. Heavier material are often perceived as being of a higher quality, whereas lighter materials the opposite.