A bathroom vanity is one of the most important furnishings in your bathroom, and it will be a fixture in your space for decades to come. With that in mind, you're going to want to get it right the first time to avoid any future remodeling projects! If you're working with a pale or neutral color scheme, Better Homes and Gardens suggests going with a vanity with dark wood cabinetry to add depth and character to the room.
If you have the space to work with, a dual-sink bathroom vanity is one of the most efficient ways of dividing the space. This will allow you and your significant other to keep your toiletries separate from one another and enjoy ample room on the counter.
Additionally, once your color palette in the room is set and a darker vanity is installed, infuse the room with a bit of color. Fresh cut flowers, colorful window treatments, shower curtains and other bathroom accessories will impart your design tastes into the washroom.
By being playful with your color choices, you can create a versatile space that will stay fashionable for years to come. What tips do you have for individuals working with a neutral color scheme?
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