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Choose suitable wooden cloakroom vanity units.

Bathroom design is one of those aspects of home design that can be difficult to realize, let alone execute. There are so many considerations – the style of the rest of the home, what will work best in your space, what you’ll need for a functional bathroom, and how much money and time you want to put into it – that it’s not something for novice designers. But there are a few guidelines and tips to help you choose which wooden cloakroom vanity units are best for your space.

There are many things to remember when it comes to bathroom design, and one of the most important is size. You may think you’ll only need a small space for a small room, but that’s not true at all.

You’ll need space for a sink, which will take up most of your vanity space (the cabinet below or beside the sink). You’ll also want space for a toilet (and tank) and enough room for two people to use the bathroom at once. Tub and shower placement are also important things to consider.

Ideally, you’ll have a bathroom with square footage that needs a vanity area, toilet, and tub or shower in the same space.

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So be sure to choose a vanity unit that’s big enough to fit everything in your bathroom and still leave plenty of room for the traffic. You’ll also want to make sure the storage options are enough for all your needs – there are tons of different storage items and accessories you can use, but it’s also essential that they’re functional. You’re wasting valuable space if you never use all those little drawers.

You’ll also want to make sure your bathroom is comfortable. Allowing for light and ventilation is essential, as is the layout of your space. Allowing space between vanity cabinets while also allowing room under the sink may seem like it would make your bathroom look cluttered, but you’ll find that the open-air layout makes it feel more spacious.

You’ll also want to consider materials – paint is a great option, as are some stone tops. You can also make a fundamental wooden vanity unit with a coved ceiling and white trim. That’s precisely what stylish designer Alex Bracken did in his home office bathroom.