Your bathroom vanity is a functional piece of furniture, one that affects your daily life. Making a mistake when buying a vanity can be a source of irritation and future bills, so it’s better to take the time to figure out how to avoid these mistakes.
- Buying a vanity that has no counter space means you’ll be looking for a place to put things every time you use it. For instance, if this is where hair will be dried and styled, the vanity counter will need to accommodate all the equipment and products used during the process.
- Buying a vanity with one sink when more than one person will be brushing their teeth at the same time is probably not going to be a good idea. This is particularly true when kids are involved.
- Buying a vanity that cannot hold the supplies you plan to store inside it will create problems down the road. If you buy the biggest size of shampoo available and decant part of it into a dispenser, that big bottle has to go somewhere. It doesn’t need to be inside the vanity, but if that is your plan, measure what you plan to store.
- A poorly built vanity might look good for a few months, but the rigors of daily use in a hostile environment will show quickly. Moisture causes swelling, finishes can become damaged, or drawers and hardware could stop working.
These mistakes can be avoided by coming to Éco Dépôt and discussing your needs with one of our highly-trained designers. We carry the finest selection of imported bathroom vanities in Montreal and you will be able to choose the best for your project.