How to Decorate Your Bathroom With A Traditional Bathroom Vanity

There are plenty of ways to accessorize your bathroom with. It doesn’t have to be a complete tile overhaul or repainting, just throwing in small details here and there are enough to make a difference. How best to do this than installing a traditional bathroom vanity in your home with a fancy looking faucet to go with.

As the world embraces modern artsy designs for their bathroom, you can choose to be different and go for something more traditional. A traditional bathroom vanity is a great way to relive your childhood memories and it is one furniture piece you are sure will never go out of style.

There are plenty of vanities to choose from depending on what you are looking for; generally the vanities will differ from each other in terms of design, capacity and how many accessories they can come with.

How to Decorate with a Traditional Bathroom Vanity and Accenting Faucets

To start you off, a single traditional bathroom vanity is enough if you live alone and want to pamper yourself. It comes with eight spacious cabinets to store your personals and a plumbing cabinet to allow easy access to the sink piping. The single cabinet can also come without the cabinets and just be the vanity itself and the countertop.

On the other hand, a double traditional cabinet is perfect for you and your spouse. It comes with nine storage drawers separated in three columns; the wife can have two columns to herself and the husband can make do with one. Additionally, the plumbing set up is easily accessible through a center opening protected by two doors.

Both the single and double traditional bathroom vanities come with optional countertops and complementary mirrors. Countertop can be pure marble or granite to throw in a gentle gloss on a highly exquisite vanity. The double traditional vanities include double mirrors as well, just so you and your hubby can have private space to get ready in.

Vanities are never complete without pretty little facets to highlight the entire set up. Facets come in different designs as well from the single-hole facets designed in stainless steel and with a beautiful finish around the base. An alternative look to this is the wide spread faucet with two water handles to serve cold or hot water through the main facet. Instead of steel, you can go with copper to compliment the vanity and bring out that rustic look even better.

Giving your bathroom a revamp doesn’t always mean turning everything upside down. A simple addition like a vanity and faucet can make the difference.

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