Not many people pay attention to their bathroom vanity as much as the other amenities in their bathrooms despite the fact that they use it a lot for grooming. For a lot of homeowners, as long as the vanity serves its basic purpose, it’s fine the way it is. However, if you want to maximize this area of your bathroom and make it even more appealing to you, you might want to include the following things when you upgrade your vanity:
Mirrors with built-in lights often remind people of Hollywood or makeup rooms. Yes, a lighted mirror will certainly make it easier to apply makeup but it also doubles to light up your bathroom vanity without having to install separate lights for it. There are actually many options for mirrors with built-in lighting. If you visit a bathroom showroom, you’ll find that there’s more to the lighted mirror than an array of light bulbs surrounding its sides. Some actually come equipped with more minimalist lighting options and some carry a more cohesive design with lighting that looks like it’s integrated into the mirror rather than just mounted on its surface. You can also find various colored lights, although white and warm lighting are best for this purpose.
Don’t you just hate it when you have to touch the handles of the faucet to turn it on when you have dirty hands? Well, that can be a thing of the past with modern-day faucets. You can either get a faucet equipped with built-in censors or one-touch faucets that activate with just a slight touch. A good option if you want actual physical controls are faucet pedals that you can step on to activate the running water. Check out a bathroom showroom to find out the latest in faucet controls.
If you don’t want to miss out on your shows while in the bathroom, then a mirror television for your vanity is the perfect option for you. It’s both a mirror and a TV so you can catch up on your shows even when you’re cooped up in your bathroom. If you want an idea of how they work, a well-stocked bathroom showroom will likely have them in stock so you can check it out before investing in your first mirror TV.