Thursday, June 19, 2014

Considering a Topless Vanity?



The majority of bathroom vanities come with a countertop and sink. However, if you want to customize different aspects of the vanity (like the countertop, hardware, etc.), you may want to consider cabinet-only options.


Why Consider A Topless Vanity Option?

Bathrooms are not one-size-fits-all, meaning even with a wide selection of options, there is not always a prefabricated vanity ideal for every space. What’s more, choosing a vanity that you can customize gives you more opportunity to change designs in the future. Prefabricated models often have tops permanently affixed. Topless options allow you to choose how counters are secured, giving you a better idea of how to remove them if you desire a simple upgrade.

When you choose a topless vanity (a cabinet without a countertop), you are given full control over its customization. Selecting a topless vanity allows you to also select sink, hardware, and other features most complementary to your space. Most bathroom vanities are standard sizes, giving you innumerable choices when it comes to finding just the right top.

Just as there is no one-size-fits-all bathroom, there is no single right solution for the updating of every space. At D├ęcor Planet we pride ourselves on offering the widest variety of topless vanities to help each of our customers choose the exact option needed to perfect their homes.

Pick a Topless Vanity