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Corner Bathroom Vanity Sinks and Basins

Bathrooms inherently tend to be more about practicality than design or comfort. That's why your choice of bathroom vanity will go a long way towards increasing the comfort level of your bathroom.

The Space-Saving Beauty of a Corner Bathroom Vanity

Not everyone has the luxury of a large bathroom. Your bathroom may seem too tiny to accommodate a bathroom vanity at all – until you begin exploring the range of corner bathroom vanity units available. Corner units are practical, flexible and the perfect way of making excellent use of an otherwise wasted corner. Even the smallest corner bathroom vanity will have room for a small amount of bench space and a cupboard section beneath.

Choosing between Double Bathroom Vanities and Corner Units

When choosing between the various bathroom vanity units on offer, it may initially seem that the choice must be between a double bathroom vanity or a single bathroom basin, such as a corner unit. The rationale is that a double bathroom vanity is an ideal choice for large families, busy couples or any other household dynamic in which more than one person is getting ready at the same time. On the other hand, it is possible to combine the aesthetics and space-saving advantages of corner bathroom vanities with the practicalities of double vanity basins by installing two corner units in the one bathroom. Two separate corner units will take up a fraction of the space that a double unit would occupy, while still allowing two people to use the facilities at the same time.

Designing the Perfect Bathroom Vanity Unit for Your Family

Design choices for bathrooms must be made with practicality and intended use as the most important considerations. First, then, it is essential to establish the layout of your sink and basin vanity units. From double bathroom vanities to corner units, and L-shaped solutions to longer horizontal vanities, often more than one layout can suggest itself. Remember that longer vanities do not necessarily have to accommodate two sinks. If you have no need for two individual sinks, you may find that additional counter space would be of more use.

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