Installing new vanities is a great way to give your bathroom a brand-new look. The term "Bathroom Vanities" encompasses bath furniture, bathroom faucets, basins, grab rails, or mirrors. Let's take a look at our favorite designs.
The synergistic blend of strength and beauty of a natural stone vanity will provide lasting endurance and timeless style. It is tough enough to withstand everyday wear and yet, it will remain as beautiful as the day it was purchased.
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This bathroom vanity offers the perfect touch for Victorian and later period home designs. This model was crafted using wood reclaimed from European barns, boats or bridges and is paired with a china top.
Woods used for Del Mondo pieces typically range from 200-300 years old. Countertops can be limestone, marble or china. Most of the bath vanity units are chemically treated to help prevent warping in normally moist bathroom conditions.
The Old Style vanities create a charming historic look with inset doors, wood knobs and wood latches. Most of them are hand made and have a unique look to perfectly match and underline your Old Style bathroom design.
This MOC vanity is a one-piece bathroom vanity with frosted glass. It arrives complete with a grid strainer that has a cover, stainless steel brackets, fixing screws and plugs. We suggest the following options: stainless steel towel rail, two-angle stop valves, and a chrome brass trap. The trap is an object of beauty and really should accompany this exquisite sink.
Many of us hire designers to install our bathroom vanities, but it is also quick and easy to install them by ourselves. To set up a new vanity often takes only a few hours and it can be done exactly the way you want.
Wooden base (legs and skirt). The wood is yellow poplar, and a professional furniture finishing shop did the finish. The top is granite. Check out the full project by DJ Delorie.
Frame your mirror in your bathroom with the MirrorMate products. Check out the before-&-after pictures below. The frames are custom cut to fit your mirror measurements. This is a fairly easy do-it-yourself project that can be fun too. Visit www.mirrormate.com for more information.
If you want more information about stone, granite, stainless steel bathroom sinks, we recommend that you take a look at LuxuryHomeProducts.com.They have an impressive amount of bathroom sink designs.
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One way to save money on your bathroom design project is to order online from a large specialty retailer like SteamShowersinc.com (Features free shipping on bathroom vanities).
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