Melanie Friedmann. Bathroom. December 21st , 2017.
There are not specific standards for the height of a bathroom vanity. However taking the time to consider who the primary users of the bathroom will be, is helpful in selecting the correct height. If the bathroom is to be used by family members, and guests, choosing the more conventional 32 to 34 inch cabinet is sensible. Remember, cabinets that are taller than standard will be difficult for a child to manage, and anything lower than standard will be uncomfortable for most adults. Today‘s trend in bathrooms is to have taller bathroom vanity furniture, more similar in height to those cabinets that are found in any kitchen. However, it is your bathroom, so making it work for your specific needs, while incorporating your desired style elements, is really the most important factor.
Another very modern style is the Kohler single hole single handle bathroom basin tap from the Forte collection. It‘s single column arched spout with a slender arched lever that you move from side to side for hot or cold water. The finish is brushed nickel and it‘s a style that would fit in well with both classic and contemporary bathroom design. I liked the special feature of this tap which allows you to put a high-temperature limit in place and you can pre-set it to a comfortable maximum temperature to prevent anyone scalding their hands. The price for this bathroom basin tap is $172 and it‘s available from Kohler through Amazon marketplace. This is a very good site to use when looking for discount bathroom faucets which are top-quality.
There are three main types of lights for bathroom. The first is the task light which is particularly centered for the area where we do the grooming. The next category of light for bathroom is the ambient light. This type of light comes from a single source. For this light chandeliers and decorative light can also be used. Then there are accent lights for bathroom. These lights give a decorative look to the bathroom. The best bathroom is that which has a right combination of these three types of lights.
My second selection is something quite different with a strictly Victorian English style. It‘s the Single Sink Victorian Antique BathroomVanity by LUXExclusive. It‘s a very square and utilitarian looking vanity unit with a black finish which looks smart and dramatic. The basin is ivory ceramic and the bathroom vanity top is Travertine marble. The front of this antique bathroom vanity has two large rectangular doors with gray metal door knobs.
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