point of preference.
After all, the bathroom was once the afterthought of home building and design. Bathroom design kept to your basics: A toilet, sink-cabinet combo, along with perhaps some tile. Add some color matching, a few wall hangings, and lastly, the mirror, and voila: your task was complete!
In hindsight, designing yesterday’s bathroom was a simple and efficient process. In hindsight, creating this type of bathroom was magnificently uninspiring, unimaginative, and dull.
With limited choices, and prohibitive pricing, Vanity of distinction rarely entered the equation for any homeowner and not using a numeral at the conclusion of their name. Even for people that have limitless means, this type of task usually involved determing the best piece of furniture inside the appropriate size before getting a carpenter (to slice a hole to the top) as well as a plumber (to retrofit a sink and plumbing). It required resourcefulness, planning, much time, and much more cash.
The Fine Furniture Revolution
The rethinking of bathroom designs sported the increasing accessibility to reasonably-priced middle and high-end vanity sink chests. With foreign imports driving around the cost and increasing the accessibility of fine furniture for each and every room within the home, builders and consumers begun to consider investing more design dollars from the room guests usually visit -- the powder room. By choosing discounted bathroom vanities styles to coincide making use of their home's overall design genre, consumers have driven expansion from the vanity/sink chest market that produced a group of elegant and affordable products. Ball and Claw traditional vanities, French Provincial style sink chests, and hand-painted and hand-carved furniture sinks -- the vanity market has truly embraced the world of fine furniture. Never before have vanity choices been so plentiful or bathroom sink design concepts so broad. It's not the most common sink and cabinet combo anymore; it is just a whole new ball game.
A Statement Piece - A Statement Place
Forget about Narcissus, to make your vanity a virtue. Let your vanity produce a statement with regards to you. Keep the New Yorker and Reader’s Digest, definitely, but let your bathrooms tell more in regards to you than just your literary preferences. Make a gorgeous vanity the point of interest of your bath, along with a painted canvas work of genius, some carefully contemplated accessories, and maybe even a beautiful chandelier, allow the lavatory to complement your taste plus your commitment to design throughout your house.
Don’t reflect a long time before deciding it’s time for the beautiful furniture vanity with your fine home. I promise you’ll love yourself for doing this!