A bathroom vanity is one of the focal points of a bathroom and certainly gets a lot of attention. In a children's bathroom, this piece of furniture will need to stand up to copious amounts of water and provide ample storage for the myriad toiletries and other bathroom accessories that parents need.
When looking for bathroom vanities, you should opt for a functional design that can stay fashionable as the child grows up. With only one child in the house, a single sink vanity will work best. Consider using an option that's mounted to the wall to provide extra space underneath for a trash can, storage baskets and anything else you can fit.
If you have another bundle of joy on the way, a dual-sink bathroom vanity may be the best choice. While this will take up additional space, it is the easiest way to avoid conflicts over bathroom usage and can give each child his own personal space.
A bathroom vanity may be one of the most important decisions you'll make in your remodeling project, so make sure it can work for your child's needs. What style tips do you have for parents who are designing a child's bathroom?
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