September 26, 2016
I chose these three bathroom vanity images for the title banner because the first thing I want to do is dispel the myth that wall-hung or floating bathroom vanities are exclusively contemporary. Wildly different in feel, the above bathrooms are all benefiting from the use of wall-mounted bathroom vanities.
I can think of so many reasons to consider this type of bathroom vanity, let me count the ways.
Cleaning. One swipe with a Swiffer and you're done. No awkward vanity legs or corners. Dust bunnies be gone.
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Custom counter height. Typical bathroom vanities are 34"-36" with not a lot of variance. With wall-mounted vanities you have more flexibility with height and control of where the top will finish. In addition, you can design the vanity for how much storage you need and whether it's open or closed.
Levity. This is bathroom storage and organization that does not take up floor place. The feeling of more floor space inherently makes a small space feel bigger.
I have to interrupt my list to share a few floating bathroom vanities from right here in Rochester, NY...
One more of our beauties...
Lighting. Another opportunity to add a layer of light? Yes, please!
Aesthetic. In any bath design, the vanity defines the tone. In other words, this choice, more than any other component, determines the theme. Rustic, Minimalist, Vintage, Retro, Industrial, Glamorous, Zen... all accomplished while providing a place to keep your stuff.
To see all those looks and more, please float over to the "Hung Out" board on our Pinterest page.