ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Weight 490.79 lbs Dimensions 75.39 × 37.01 ×...
Specifications 48" WOOD SINK VANITY Dimensions: Width: 48.00" Height:...
Specifications Vanity Dimensions: Width: 53.00" Height: 37.25" Depth:...
So you're looking for where can you buy bathroom vanities? One of the first things you need to do is measure your existing wall space and determine what size vanity you can fit. Our single vanities and wall-mounted vanities come from 24 inches all the way up to double vanities which are 72 inches. After that, I would do research on the style.
From single vanities to vanity double sinks, Bathandvanities.com has and a number of different styles you can choose from!
After you've done that, you should take an inventory of your storage needs, the kind of things you store such as cleaners, makeup, towels, and linens and then determine the kind of the configuration you want for your cabinet. Some of our cabinets come with three drawers on the side, left or right and you can get bottom drawers. You can also just get two doors so there are lots of options!
Next be thinking about the finish that you want. For me, this is one of the most important aspects of buying a bath vanity. There are a range of choices such as: oak, cherry, white, black, and a number of shades in between.
Bath vanities with tops usually come standard, but in case your vanity doesn't already come with a top you like, you'll want to choose countertops for bathroom vanities. These include the type of materials and colors that you like and the type of bowl, whether it be rectangular oval, vessel.
Once you've done that, you need to determine your faucet. There are lots of different faucet options for different finishes. There's single control and there are also tall faucets for those vessels that sit above your countertop.
Cabinetry and lighting:
After you've chosen your vanity and your top your faucet, think about mirrored cabinetry. You can have a recessed mirror, or have it wall-mounted. For additional storage needs also think about the lighting. This includes either a sconce on each side of your mirror or lighting from above - or both.
The first thing to do when shopping for Cheap freestanding tubs is to measure your space, you want to measure the entire space the tub is going to be going into not just the tub itself. If you're remodeling do this because you may fall in love with a tub that's not exactly what you envisioned, and you want to know how much space you have.
Tubs come in a lot of different shapes and sizes. They come in an oval, drop in, a rectangular tub, a walk-in bathtub or a skirted bathtub which also has a tiling flange which is good for a shower and tub combination. 60 x 60 corner tubs bath tubs come in a couple of different sizes, most are five feet long or six feet long and have different widths, from 30 inches all the way up to 5 feet wide.
There are a number of different styles to choose from and this is entirely dependent on your personal preference. To name a few there are pedestal tubs, clawfoot tubs, whirlpool or jetted tubs, air tubs and drop-in. Although most of these are Cheap freestanding tubs there are also alcove and walkin tubs. Take some time at this stage of the process to determine the style that suits you best.
Drain and Pump
Next is going to be your drain and pump location. You're either going to have an end drain which can be on your left or your right or there's going to be a center drain that's towards the front of the tub, and in the center-right where you get in. Usually, your pump should be located near an electrical outlet and also wherever you have access to it.
Envision yourself about to get into your new bathtub, is your drain on the left-hand side and the right-hand side or is it right in front of you? Where's your pump access? Is it in the back of the tub, the front of the tub, left or right?