Stern Turner Home

Photo by Erica George Dines

Interior design by Melanie Turner

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Vanessa Brunner added this to 5 Ways to Pick the Right Bathroom Vanity12 Jun 2018

1. PlacementAccessChoose a spot for your vanity that won’t mess with your bathroom’s traffic flow or block the bathroom door or shower door swing. Beth Fillerup of Native Trails advises homeowners to think about cleaning and about the vanity door swing space, too. Good questions to ask, she says, include: “Are the surrounding areas accessible for cleaning? If the vanity has doors, is the space around the vanity adequate for foot traffic when they are open?”Designer Robert Berkovich of European Cabinets & Design Studio suggests that homeowners take other architectural features into account when deciding on a spot, too. Make sure that any windows nearby will allow for a mirror and wall cabinets above the vanity. “Remember, the vanity plays an integral role in the function of the bathroom and requires the space around it to function properly,” says designer Steve O’Neill of Van-i-tY.

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Irene added this to Bathroom26 May 2019

Traditionally, 32 inches is the go-to height measurement for bathroom vanities. But some designers disagree with that measurement due to modern sink styles. Berkovich suggests aiming for 34 to 35 inches.

Emily Voss added this to Emily's ideas12 May 2019

shades bathroom/living room/kitchen

liz_wilmette added this to Master Bath9 May 2019

Vanity with higher legs and foot room

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