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Vanity Unit

A vanity unit is a piece of bathroom furniture that integrates the cupboard or drawers with the wash basin. People also call this an under-sink cabinet, basin cabinet, bathroom cabinet, or bathroom combination vanity unit. Vanities are both functional and beautiful, providing extra storage space and hiding away ugly pipes. With many types available, there is one for every kind of bathroom, and you can choose a unit based on its size and installation.

Small Vanity Units

Ensuites and tiny bathrooms benefit a lot from narrow vanity sinks and basins that enhance the minimalist concept, yet provide extra storage space. With a proper vanity unit, you can keep the clutter away from prying eyes and generate an overall cleaner look. In a tight space, toiletries lying around usually make the space feel cramped and even tighter, and this is not what anyone wants. A great subtype of small vanities is the corner vanity that utilises the so-called dead space in the bathroom that you otherwise might not use.

Large Vanity Units

Large vanity units easily serve as the centre of attention in a larger bathroom, and they stand out as important pieces of interior design. They tend to be more outstanding than minimal vanities. Double-sink units create a "his and hers" feel and provide ample storage where you can put away all your toiletries and even towels.

Floor-Standing Vanity Units

The floor-standing vanity units become focal points of your bathroom, as they truly stand out for their design. This is the traditional style that you can use with your home sinks and basins, although it also comes in modern designs. The floor units are compact but fit many items inside.

Wall-Hung Vanity Units

The wall-hung vanity units attach to the wall, making it easy to clean underneath them and creating a visual illusion of a larger bathroom. This contemporary style looks as if it is floating in the room and allows you to create a designer look. The compact versions can also fit into narrower bathrooms.

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