Vanity bases can be freestanding or fixed in place and mounted to the bathroom wall. Sometimes the choice between a freestanding vanity base or a stationary vanity base is an aesthetic choice. Freestanding vanities have a certain visual appeal with a quaint and charming appearance which often allows for more open area in the bathroom. Vanities which are mounted and fixed in place also have their own unique aesthetic and provide an immediate visual presence while maximizing space. Both kinds of vanity bases can be the right choice depending on your functional and design goals. Linen Towers are separate matching features used in some projects which accompany the vanity base, but are separate and give the space extra storage for fabrics.
The configuration of a bathroom vanity is commonly divided into single vanity and double vanity designs. Single vanities include one sink and double vanities include two sinks, and sink materials can vary from many interesting materials including glass, colored glass, ceramic, tecnolite, granite, porcelain, marble, and artificial stone.
The vanity base provides the primary structure and frame of the entire vanity assembly, and also incorporates cabinets, drawers, and storage. The materials used in the vanity based can involve one or more kinds of woods including oak hardwood stained in a variety of ways to match the theme of the vanity, birch wood, rubberwood, plywoods with veneer laminates, or other combinations of materials which help the manufacturer achieve their design goals.
Our showroom with a sample of bathroom vanities is located on the cusp of Simi Valley and Thousand Oaks, but our client’s construction projects in which the vanities are used are located in a variety of local areas including Newbury Park, Calabasas, Hidden Hills, Woodland Hills, Tarzana, Encino, and Sherman Oaks.