Renovating a bathroom can be one of the most daunting tasks in the house. You have to think about the vanity, mirror, tub, walk in shower and floor tiles to make the space perfect to view from any angle. There are many styles of bathroom decorating ideas to choose. You can pick the simple modern decoration or even Asian oriental style to make the bathroom appear nice and elegant. The tub, floor tiles and walk in shower have been determined. It is the time for you to focus on the vanity decorating style.
Installing a bathroom vanity can be a daunting for some people who has never performed this project before. If you are a handy homeowner, it is okay to have the vanity installed on your own. You can pick the mounted vanity or the traditional one that you put against the wall. If you want the job perfectly executed, hire the professional builder for the installation process. The good news is that the Asian oriental vanity is very easy to install in a bathroom. It makes the bathroom come alive if you want find the best vanity.
The Asian oriental vanity is often spotted inside Japanese, Korean, Zen, and beautiful bathroom design. Pick the modern or traditional Asian oriental vanity. The latter one evokes the soothing atmosphere in the room. It is made of hardwood or even bamboo material. The ornate pattern and print are spotted on the traditional vanity with rustic styled hardware in black or copper. If you are interested with modern or contemporary style, opt for the built in, floating or freestanding one. It fits the small space well due to the compact design.
Attach the vanity on the bathroom wall along with the bases and countertop. The installation should be firm and sturdy so that the vanity is stable. The freestanding vanity is very popular in the market due to the chic and elegant look. Moreover, it presents the modern effect than the built in countertop. To create an authentic feeling of Asian oriental look, you can match the vanity with Japanese styled wall mounted sconces and a wooden framed mirror.
Published at Tuesday, August 15th 2017 by Leslie Gace