They say that if you are selling a house, potential buyers are looking primarily at two rooms, the kitchen and the bathroom. Why? Because traditionally these two rooms are the ones that take the most money to renovate so if that buyer likes your bathroom and kitchen as is, you’re more likely to make the sale.
Renovating the bathroom may seem like a big chore, but if your fixtures are outdated or aren’t working like they should it may be time to take a deep breath and reconsider. After all, we do spend quite a bit of time in the bathroom.
Not all bathrooms are created equally. Some and small, some are large and some have things like windows or awkwardly placed interior walls that you need to either remove or work around. Luckily there are a lot of different vanities that come in all shapes and sizes. For instance, there is a pedestal sink that takes up very little room but gets the job done. It is slim and practical and there is even space underneath for little shelves if you’d like to store items. You can even put in two if you want the two sink look but don’t have the room for a huge vanity.
Vanities that incorporate storage are always a great option if you have the room. Now you have somewhere to stash all the extras for the bathroom from towels to shampoo and from toilet paper to the hair dryer. Some have drawers and attached cupboards and some are streamlined and act just to hold the sink so you have a lot of leyway with the design and size depending on your needs and wants.