The home design magazines always feature glamorous double sink vanities. The items are superb, stylish and chic. They can be found inside the elegant master bathroom decoration. The couple does not have to share the sinks and vanities if they have two sinks in the bathroom. If you want to save a lot of cash, it is okay to install a large wooden vanity which has two matching sinks. If you never consider having two sinks, let me show you the advantages and few tips related to the installation of double sink vanity in a small bathroom design.
The Personal Space For The Couple
If you live with your spouse and share a bathroom, it is a good decision to install double sinks on the modern vanity. During the busy morning, you do not have to share the sink and can do your personal grooming easily and comfortably. You can also have personal space to save the bathroom shampoos, soaps and other items with the great organization inside and outside the vanity. The function of the bathroom will be increased with two sinks and a vanity.
Practical Bathroom Design
Having two sinks on a vanity is very practical. You are wrong if you think that the installation will make you end up in complicated job. The matching sinks are available in various home improvement stores and local depots. Pick the ones which fit the available space in the bathroom. Don’t forget to measure the vanity so that the sinks will never consume a lot of vanity surface. You still have enough area to display other items on the elegant granite countertop.
Check The Basic Component Of Double Vanity Sinks
The double vanity sinks are available in a set. It consists of several components such as the hardware which include drawer pulls and knobs, fixtures, basins, cabinet and countertop. The type, design, style, shape and size depend on the personal liking. If you want to build the majestic look, a granite countertop is perfect with a sink made of porcelain and carved wooden vanity. The contemporary bathroom design looks excellent with minimalist modern vanity, white porcelain sinks, beautiful glass tiles and simple hardware.
Published at Wednesday, December 21st 2016 by Leslie Gace