Would you by chance tell me the width of the tower?? - I am trying to decide if I have enough room in my bath for one like this, I don't have much room but this one does not look very wide either.
Is there a "rule" regarding how high on a mirror or wall sconces should go? - These sconces seem placed a bit high to me. I thought the light portion of a sconce over a vanity should be about or slightly higher than average eye height. »
Ideally, you'd install a vanity tower during a remodel (or new construction) so it could be perfectly integrated with your vanity and overall bathroom layout — but it can be added to your bathroom even years later.To add one to an existing bathroom, order it from the company who made your original vanity, or have one built to match.
10. It's the little details that make this beautiful bathroom stand out. There's a lot of storage in this bathroom's custom vanity. The his and her sinks are divided by several shared storage spaces — a unique but practical touch.
Amp the storage. Take a good look at your bathroom. Are your storage options carrying their weight? If you’re renovating, make storage one of your top priorities by thinking of all the ways you can sneak it in, such as adding a vanity tower like this.
A touch of stainless in a bathroom makes it look so clean. While crystal knobs are a great choice for making a bathroom light, airy and crisp, bar pulls add a feeling of sleek masculinity that's perfect for a master bath.More:The Right Hardware: Jewelry for Your HomeBrowse hardware products
We like the hand towel racks on the sides of the vanity cabinet, and would like that in our bathroom.
We like the look of this bathroom. It has most of the features that we are looking for.
This color scheme is also quite attractive.