Romaine. Vanity. September 23rd , 2017.
Deciding on a built-in vanity is a two-stage process. First, you choose the vanity base. Walk into any home remodeling center and you will find rows of stock vanity bases bolted to the wall, ready to take home. There are variations in style, including length, height, number and placement of doors and drawers, but thats about it. If you have an older, traditional home, this style is most likely your best choice. Now that you have your vanity base selected, theres still something missing...the vanity top. Most of the time, the vanity top will be made from cultured marble, ceramic, or granite, and usually the sink (or basin or vessel, depending on the manufacturers description) will be an integral part of the top, forming a one-piece unit that will not leak. In some cases, a vanity top will have a cut-out (or cut-outs in the case of a double vanity) to allow the basin (or basins) to drop in.
There are many ways to mount a bathroom vanity but some are more modern than others. Wall mounting is a newer trend that is dramatically changing how people purchase bathroom vanities. Even a regular or basic vanity can be made to look more modern by wall mounting it and creating the illusion that the vanity is floating in midair. Mounting a vanity with or without storage cabinetry is a great way to add style, elegance, and an artistic touch to any bathroom design plan. Adding fixtures like vessel sinks and unique faucets is yet another way to set a regular vanity apart from other more basic units. Vessel sinks can come in many shapes, sizes, colors, and materials. Vessel sinks are another great opportunity to add a unique design element to a bathroom by choosing unique material, color, and shape. Faucets can also add an intriguing look to any bathroom vanity. Waterfall faucets are usually installed to accompany vessel sinks. When turned on, the water cascades down into the bowl like a waterfall over a swimming hole.
The first step of course, is to create a plan and set a budget. Your plan should consider the size of your bathroom, the amount you are willing to pay, and the area in which you have to build your vanity. The plan should be concise in inclusive of all pertinent information. You should know the size of the vanity you will need in regards to the location in which it will be placed. You will need exact measurements (a good rule of thumb is to measure twice and cut once). Finally you need to understand the design of your bathroom and the theme you are trying to create. You might also want to reign in your design nature in order to accommodate your budget for this project. While Victorian designs are more elegant they are also more costly. Contemporary designs are often the least expensive.
Again, this is a good time to add your personal style, you can really express yourself with bathroom vanity cabinet hardware. You can choose vanity cabinet hardware colors that complement a theme in your home or go with something unique to the bathroom. Traditionally gold has been a favorite but pewter or silver lend a more modern contemporary look of coolness. Think of your current bathrooms layout and the things that you dont have that you would really like to have. This is where choosing bathroom vanity cabinet doors, drawers and storage needs to take place. For example many people would like extra storage in their bathroom so you can add a drawer base or perhaps you need more storage for linens, you can have a linen cabinet added. You will find a that your storage needs can be met by the large selection of bathroom vanity cabinet doors, drawers or a combination of both to meet your storage requirements.
A second key to look for when trying to determine whether an author wants to work with a vanity publisher are the services that are provided to help the author with their book. A true vanity publisher will offer no services to an author and will take a work and publish it "as is", no matter how many spelling or grammatical errors the work contains. If an author just wants to see their book in print, then this will not be an issue. However, if an author wants to have a book they are proud of displaying, then having the option to take advantage of editorial and design services is a necessity in any publisher they choose. More recently, hybrid vanity publishing houses have emerged which are changing the way the public is looking at vanity publishing. Author House, IUniverse, Lulu, UPublish, Xlibris are all examples of hybrid vanity presses. Like vanity presses, they will publish any work for a fee, no matter the quality of the work with no editorial quality assurance review. However, these houses have added editorial and design services that an author can pay for, thus making them not true vanity houses, but rather vanity hybrids. If an author takes advantage of the editorial, cover design and layout services, these presses can produce excellent work.
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