Bathroom Vanity transformation

When you visit a bathroom, you can’t avoid looking at yourself in the mirror before you head out of the room. It’s the first thing we look at and It is usually considered the most important element in any bathroom. That is the reason why it has a higher value compared to other fixtures in the bathroom, but it is worth it. You choose where you would like to place it and how large or small you need it.

Many things come to mind when choosing a new bathroom vanity. You think of the space it will take and if it will match with the toilet, sink, and shower. You will need to figure out what size of mirror you will exactly need and which one will look the best in the amount of space you want it to take over on the wall. Basically, you can personalize it and express your sense of style through it. That’s the beauty of bathroom vanity. Contact Mario & Sons Construction LLC today!

Right Materials Based on Your Preferences

Vanity tops must play the dual role of being stylish and durable. Capable of standing up to water, soap, and cosmetics while serving as a good surface for a morning rush hour in the bathroom. This is no place for delicate surfaces. The vanity top can also act as a connecting point, where cabinets below meet tile wall above. The surface you choose for that countertop depends largely on your budget and taste, but first, you should choose a durable material for your cabinets.

Style & Material

Vanities usually come in two styles, vessel style, and cabinet style. We usually recommend the strongest and most durable material. There are various types of wood that do the job nicely and will last for many years. The most important thing is that you choose a good material for the type of cabinets you desire, one that can be sealed to protect from moisture such as oak or maple wood are very resistant to a bathroom climate.

Choosing Your Countertop Material

Once the cabinets are ready, you can choose the style and material for your countertop. Here are some examples of well-known materials:

Granite

  • High-end designer look
  • Long lasting, scratch resistant, water resistant, stain resistant, easy to clean
  • Superior durability and resistant to humidity and heat from a hot curling iron
  • When sealed properly requires minimal upkeep

Marble

  • Long lasting. It’s strong and can resist most dents and chips
  • It can be given a high shine finish or a casual matte finish
  • It goes with almost every style

Laminate

  • Very affordable and economic
  • Available in a wide range of colors and patterns
  • Easy to clean, water resistant and it’s low maintenance
  • Excellent stain resistance
  • Relatively easier to install

Quartz or Engineered Stone

  • Wide range of natural stone or vibrant tones are available
  • Never requires sealing or polishing
  • Stain, scratch, moisture, and bacteria resistant
  • Available with ready to install undermount sink

Concrete

  • It’s an organic material that can mimic the look of natural stone
  • Customizable in terms of colors, dimensions, shapes, types, textures and decorative inlays
  • Superior durability and resistant to humidity and heat from a hot curling iron
  • Extremely durable
  • Eco-friendly especially when recycled content is added

Tile

  • highly compatible with moist bathroom environments (often chosen for flooring)
  • They’re available in a wide variety of styles and designs
  • Usually Affordable
  • Glazed ceramic tiles are heat, stain, moisture, and scratch resistant
  • Individual tiles can be replaced if they get damaged

Glass

  • Sleek designer look
  • Stain resistant. It’s easy to clean and maintain
  • Not sensitive to chemicals unlike other countertop materials
  • It can be customized to have tints and textures
  • Available with integrated sinks

Sink Materials

Bathroom sinks are either practical or wildly artistic, with prices to match. Sinks come pre-drilled to fit various faucet configurations or undrilled for custom faucet installations. Bathroom sinks are primarily made from enameled cast-iron and vitreous china. Sturdy, heavy and durable, sinks made from these time-tested materials are built to last. Other materials include enameled steel, wood, stone, tempered glass, acrylic, and solid surface.

Mario & Son’s Construction Group

You can get very creative when installing a bathroom vanity, and add all the details you want like adding a mirror, but you want to make certain that each part of your bathroom vanity is properly maintained, installed, and repaired by industry professionals. If you live in New Jersey and need a beautiful vanity in your bathroom, don’t hesitate to call us at 7325397167, or visit our website http://www.marioandsonsconstructionllc.com. At Mario & Son’s Construction Group is extremely well prepared when it comes to bathroom construction and focuses on every detail our client desires. Feel free to contact us if you have any questions, our team is always happy to help!