Style-Savvy Traditional bathroom Vanities

Traditional bathroom Vanities Redefine Tasteful Décor
Innovation is constant, which sounds like a bit of a paradox. Trends and technology are everywhere, so a dash of tradition becomes a welcome sight for many. Decorating your home involves a combination of elements that are timeless and those that reflect the present. Traditional bathroom vanities combine the classic and the current extremely well. Ample storage space is considered a key attribute of traditional bathroom vanities.

Abel 48 inch Rustic Single Sink Bathroom Vanity

Abel 48 inch Rustic Single Sink Bathroom Vanity

The right dimensions of a traditional bath vanity depend upon the size of your home or, if you are a real estate agent, commercial building. Consumers have complete free rein of selecting a model that will fit not only within the layout but also within the budget range. A traditional bath vanity is characteristically designed either as a cabinet or a console; the latter usually resembles an end table and contains a bottom shelf.
Organic materials are at the core of traditional bathroom vanities. Beautiful, rich oak, walnut, mahogany, and chestnut are just a few of the refined resources utilized in shaping the frame of an elegant storage unit. Even though natural wood may be rather pricey, it is easy to convey the same look and texture with medium-density fiberboard (MDF). The lightweight and low-VOC foundation carries the same benefits as does natural wood, all the while being easier to maintain and more impervious to various types of damage.
Traditional bathroom vanities are often sold as fully assembled fixtures, but such is no longer the only option. Consumer today has complete control of selecting not only the base but also the countertop and sink. Typically conceptualized as floor-standing, single-sink units, traditional bath vanities have expanded their repertoire in recent decades to accommodate consumers’ needs for a practical and visually appealing piece that brings coherence to the atmosphere.
Although they may be considered tantamount to antique furniture, traditional bath vanities do not hearken back to Victorian times. Rather, they create a liaison between vintage motifs of the early twentieth century and nuances that became part of mainstream modern bath vanity units during the 1970’s.
Check out our selection of uniquely crafted traditional bathroom vanities. Take your pick from an impressive collection of granite, marble, quartz, and tempered glass countertops. Sleek under-mounted and integrated sinks provide a chic accent to the fixture. Traditional bathroom vanities are definitely treasures for style-savvy, bargain-seeing homeowners and real estate agents.