Double Bathroom Vanities Lapeer MI

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Home-Aid Remodeling and Handyman Service
(810) 444-0583
1233 Oakridge
Lapeer, MI
Kitchens, Baths and anything smaller
Licenses / Certifications
EPA lead safe, AKBD cert by National Kitchen and Bath
Membership Organizations
NKBA, BBB, Lapeer Chamber, BNI
Years in Business

Christopher's Kitchens & Baths
(810) 239-4619
2005 Leith St
Flint, MI
Luxury Bath Of Flint
(810) 742-3303
1330 E Hemphill
Flint, MI
Castles Brothers Inc
(810) 238-5870
1471 W Bristol Rd Ste 1
Flint, MI
Sara Busby Design
(231) 264-9511
204 River St.
Elk Rapids, MI
Luxury Bath & Whirlpool Tub
(810) 733-3303
601 Kelso St
Flint, MI
Bath Fitter
(810) 743-2345
2480 S Center Rd
Flint, MI
Ron's Kitchens & Baths Inc
(810) 742-5620
G4437 S Saginaw St
Flint, MI
Energy Systems II Inc
(810) 424-4085
G4084 Fenton Rd
Flint, MI
Kendal and Company
(248) 651-6464
1429 N. Main St.
Rochester Hills, MI

Double Bathroom Vanities: Styles, Sizes and Installation

If your bathroom resembles Grand Central Station in the morning, a double vanity can save time and reduce stress. This enables a couple (or any two family members) to have their own sink and shelf space to make getting ready in the morning a breeze. If you need a change of scenery, choose a vanity you love and use it to guide the rest of your decoration choices. From modern styles with tempered glass countertops to traditional wood cabinets and countertops, you can find a double vanity that is perfect for you.

Some things to consider when choosing your double vanity are the amount of surface area around the sink, and if you want to have the sink sit up, elevated, or sunk down so it is level with the rest of the vanity. If you do a lot of things that require surface space, like the use of curling irons, blow dryers and makeup, then opt for a design that gives you the surface space necessary.

If you use a sink with an elevated bowl, a curve at the bottom will give you more surface space since the top of the bowl is often wider than the bottom. You should also consider if you will use one large mirror or two smaller ones. Choosing the proper height for your vanity before installing is also important.

Standard vanity heights for adults range from 30 inches to 34.5 inches, though some people prefer vanities as high as 36 inches. This eliminates the need to bend over a lot to use the sink. Install a lower vanity (29-30 inches) if children will use the bathroom.


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