Choosing the right vanity for you!
Bathroom vanity cabinets are a top priority for discerning people that are
considering a new or remodeled bathroom. Today's vanities now act as furniture,
furniture that is as unique as you and the lifestyle you live. They are also
center pieces that dramatically enhance the aura and style of the most used room
in your home.
On a practical, monetary level, a stylish vanity will always add value to your
home, therefore paying for itself. On a personal level, a well designed vanity
that “fits” will provide years of enjoyment and soothe your senses every time
you or your guests use it. Art Bathe vanity cabinets vary wildly and are
replete with imaginative design possibilities. They do, however, all share one
common trait: a timeless sense of style. When making the choice of which vanity
is right for you, it can help to consider a few points besides just the style
It seems simple but a key consideration sometimes overlooked is the size of your
bathroom. Size directly determines some of your vanity choices. If your bathroom
is small, consider an open-concept vanity with a glass top like the Hillary. It
will create the illusion of more space, yet has a large enough sink and counter
space to be practical. On the other hand, a vanity such as the Continental
measures out as 75” wide and features a double-sink countertop, perfect for a
Style of Countertop
Your vanity countertop choice will be one that defines your personal style.
Ceramic tile used to be the traditional favorite in the bathroom, but now there
are a myriad of choices available. A natural stone such as granite is desirable
but not as impervious to water and stains as quartz or tempered glass.
Think of your current bathroom layout and the items and features you don't have
that you need. Maybe you need extra storage in the bathroom? Perhaps you want to
un-clutter your shelves? Perhaps the bathroom for you is a minimalist place and
storage occurs in another wardrobe or ante room? Choose a vanity that satisfies
your list of needs and you will be well on your way to finding the right design
The clean straight lines that dominate contemporary vanities are perfect to
showcase the refined elegance of a stone vessel. Elegant and chic, vessel sinks
stand on top of the vanity like a sculptured bowl, they are easy to maintain and
provide a bold artistic flourish to any vanity. Alternatively, the quiet glamour
of a mint green tempered glass sink incorporated into the countertop can give an
equally clean and refreshingly urban feel.
Your faucet choices are numerous and are integral to the finished look of your
vanity. Think of the faucet as a compliment to the overall tone of the vanity,
brushed nickel or stainless steel are ageless finishes for the sleek, modern
vanity of today.
Imagine your bathroom as a blank canvas; now see the vanity as a start point for
your artistic imagination, everything else will flow from this choice. With care
and a good quality vanity from Art Bathe you will achieve the look you are
striving for. With richly-stained hardwoods, brushed nickel or stainless steel
hardware and faucets, porcelain, stone or mint green glass sinks and
countertops, each material brings your vanity a natural serenity and a sense of
Your bathroom will never be the same.
Quartz countertops are a new, worry-free alternative that Art Art Bathe® has
introduced for bathroom countertops. Once only limited to the high-end kitchen
market, quartz has finally made it’s foray to the bathroom vanity market.
Quartz is a remarkable natural stone that has many benefits over granite and
Natural quartz is one of the strongest elements in the world. It is extremely
difficult to chip, scratch, and crack, which is a boon to millions of consumers
that have had to replace their marble and granite countertops after accidentally
Simply wipe your quartz countertop with warm water to clean. There is no
resealing or chemical treatment required.
With granite, marble or travertine, patterns and colors can vary wildly, even
within the same slab of stone. Quartz is remarkable consistent, so you don’t
have to worry about the color and pattern being different from the sample you
saw in the showroom.
Quartz is naturally resistant to staining due to its high density. Unlike other
materials, it will not change color over time.
Quartz countertops have a rich, glossy feel and look that is unlike any other
material. The two colors (Nougat and Sand) selected by Art Bathe® designers are
clean, classy, and intended for use in almost any bathroom environment. They
have grays, beiges, and shades of white that will match any tile and paint
With unparalleled beauty and performance, our Art Bathe® quartz countertops will
add value to your home and provide years of maintenance free enjoyment. We
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