Mirrors: Like buying a rug that is the wrong size for the dining room, an inadequate mirror looks awkward above a vanity. The rules here are strict: The mirror should be exactly as wide as the vanity and hang in the middle of the wall space between the vanity and the ceiling, with about six inches of gap on either side. Of course, the second rule may change if your bathroom ceilings are particularly high; you may want to experiment by cutting facsimiles out of paper and judging the look. The current trend for bathroom mirrors is to surround the glass with a bold wooden frame, as though the mirror were decorative instead of a necessary bathroom feature. The effect does make the room look more polished, but it may be expensive if your mirror is large.
Storage: Unless you opted for a pedestal or wall–mounted sink, you probably have quite a bit of cabinet space below your vanity. Fortunately, you can customize that cabinet space to suit your needs. For example, you can add a pull–out step stool at the base of the cabinets to help little ones learn better hygiene, or you can add pull–out shelving to the sides to keep the cabinet more organized. Bathroom vanities should fulfill your fantasies in every way, including the practical ways. Renovation of bathrooms is very serious undertaking. If you have no idea how your bathroom should look like, we suggest you look at some of our suggestions. If you are unsure whether to install a bath or a shower, opt for what the place allows. Classic tubs today are synonym for luxury, relaxation and enjoyment.
Lighting: Because most of your day’s (and night’s) preparation takes place in the bathroom, it is perhaps most essential that you light this space in your house right. Too much, too little, or otherwise improper lighting around the vanity could result in garish grooming, so you don’t want to skimp on your lighting budget. While it may be wise to install dimmable recessed lighting around the rest of the room, such lights are dangerous around the vanity, where they can cast deceiving shadows on the face. Instead, vertical fixtures or sconces mounted on either side of the mirror will provide even light. These task lights should total 150 watts, providing sufficient brightness that won’t wash out the face’s features.
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