I’ve been procrastinating over buying a vanity for the master bathroom for a number of reasons:
- the floor is not yet tiled,
- the vent on the floor makes a toe-kick style necessary (unless we decide to remove the whole thing like we did in the conservatory bathroom),
- needed to decide on a style and color,
- needed to determine the optimum size.
Then I received an email in my inbox from Pottery Barn allowing an extra 15% discount on clearance items. I took a look at the double-sink vanities.
The Brinkley Demilune console is priced with the countertop and sinks. It goes all the way to the floor and I’m sure we can cut an opening in the base for the air vent.
I had my choice of white or espresso and, after confabbing with Charlie, picked the espresso. (No, I’m not planning to paint it! Not at this juncture anyway.)
Its 72-inch length should fit very well under the bathroom window.
At 21.25 inches deep it is narrower than standard vanities which should give us a little more wiggle room. (We chose an even narrower sink for the conservatory bathroom.)
Finally I like the 36-inch height which is taller than our other bathroom sinks over which we must hunch. Tired of hunching; would like to stand tall when using the bathroom sink.
Final price with shipping, taxes, discount: $2477.74
Next item: Get faucets.
I was not perked nor paid to write this article.
What one item do you need in your ideal bathroom?