If you are looking for new bathroom vanities in Manchester, NH, you’ll see a lot of options. So many, in fact, it might be difficult to narrow your search. At Cabinet Outlet, we want to help our customers find the perfect cabinetry for their homes, whether it’s for the kitchen, bathroom, or another room that needs a storage solution. When it comes to choosing a bathroom vanity, there are a few more things to consider than with other types of cabinetry.
Here’s what you should consider to help narrow down your search for bathroom vanities in Manchester, NH.
Size and Fit
The first thing you need to look at is the size. You want to ensure that your vanity will not just fit in your bathroom but also give you enough space to move around. It may help to determine how much space you need to maneuver comfortably and work backward from there to figure out what size vanity you can install. You can then immediately rule out vanities that are too large to fit in your bathroom.
Design and Configuration
Once you have the size figured out, the next step is to choose the style and configuration that you want. In some cases, the size will limit your choices for you, but if you have a larger bathroom, you have many more options. For example, in a large bathroom, you can decide between having two sinks or extra counter space. Even if you share a bathroom, you may decide that the extra space for your toiletries is preferable to “his and hers” sinks. You also have to think about color, materials, and style. We recommend setting your budget first and then choosing options you already know you can afford.
Mirrors and Lighting
Finally, there are mirrors and lighting. What shape mirror would you like? Do you want it to take up a whole wall or just the area around the sink? Would you like it to have a medicine cabinet built in for extra storage? Think about the features of your current bathroom vanity and make your decision based on what you like and dislike about what you already have. The mirror will also affect how you light your bathroom. If there isn’t much natural light, more mirrors will reflect the light and make the bathroom feel bigger and brighter. For smaller bathrooms, recessed fixtures are often preferable because they don’t feel like they are encroaching on the limited space. However, it’s more important to choose something you like. After all, you will have to look at it every day.