Bathrooms should be about luxury and comfort but that doesn't in any way limit the number and range of totally different styles that can take. You might be looking for for a 19th Century Provencal rural look (with full modern facilities of course) or gleaming space age angles and lights. The bathroom is often a place to let your imagination off the leash a bit since it is the most personal room in the house and the one where you should most feel yourself – or how you'd like to see yourself. Whether you want to feel like a movie star, an aristocrat, a sophisticate, or a non-conformist individualist the bathroom is the place to indulge yourself and vanities are one of the key ways to express that.
The classic sink, standing proud and independently on a pedestal, makes a powerful statement if the materials and faucets are chosen with care. The classic pedestal look is white porcelain but a huge range of modern materials and styles means that you can achieve any kind of look from neoclassical to wildly indulgent baroque depending on what your taste leans towards.
This is like a pedestal unit except that rather than simply presenting a basin mounted on a pedestal that sink or sinks (if you want a double unit) is mounted in a cabinet, often wood, that houses the sink but also provides some storage room underneath for towels or toiletries. Free standing units are usually natural wood as part of a classy timeless look but those cabinets can actually be constructed of anything from stainless steel to natural stone. There is no end to the looks that we can achieve at Bathroom Remodel Dayton.
Free Floating/Wall Mounted
This is a popular approach for larger vanity surfaces including double sinks for that his and hers effect. The surface or countertop projects out of the wall, often with supports for strength that are cunningly hidden from view by playing on viewing angles and/or using the angles of walls. This gives the impression of basins set in a surface that can integrate toiletry holders, and since it comes out of the wall it is usually also part of a sophisticated mirror backing with hidden lighting or theatrical make up lights.
You'll have seen these in smart restaurants if nowhere else. The vanity itself is a bowl rising from the surface of the countertop with the faucets suspended above it, either rising out of the countertop or coming out from the wall. That bowl could be porcelain, natural stone, or anything else that takes your fancy but the key to the whole idea is that plumbing is as invisible as possible.
Whether you want you vanities to be simple and subtle, occupying as little space as possible, or extensive and sweeping to enhance the sense of space of luxury Bathroom Remodel Dayton can create the vanity effects you are looking for so give us a call today and talk about how you see your dream bathroom.