I am new to the forum, so please forgive my unprofessional language.
I decided to remodel my bathroom as in the photo:
I demolished my old bathroom, and now trying to decide on the vanity. Currently my bathroom looks like:
The black tiles will go to the right of red line.
The problem i have is the vanity.
I personally don't like when vanity touches the wall to the left (same with the mirror)
I want to leave 2 inches between the wall (left) and vanity and between the vanity (right) and bathtub water supply pipes.
So I started to look for different vanities that would go nicely with my future setup, but my problem is the old water supply and drain pipes for the vanity as they are located on the left wall.
The drain pipe is 16" from the floor and water supply pipes are 25" from the floor.
Any vanity will need to be damaged by drilling the holes on the side. I cannot do anything with the pipes as it is old building and i am not allowed to change anything in the regards of the pipe location.
I need some help and ideas what kind of vanity would go nicely there. From the wall to the bathtub water supply there is only 29", so if i have room for max 25-26" vanity.
I kind of liked this style:
but i don't see it working as i need to drill holes and because the water drain is low it would completely destroy the vanity that is 900$ dollars.
I was also thinking about getting this sink:
and then some vanity for it.
What do you think?
Any ideas how to nicely accommodate that space?
I can't think of much worse than having a two inch space to have hair collect, drop my contacts into, the hairbrush and toothbrush rolling in etc.. This is a perfect setup if you just get a vanity that goes to the wall. Yes, you will have to drill holes in it. You have to do that with any vanity. If you think your would every want to take it out and reuse it somewhere else, order a new side panel when you buy the vanity.
Make sure the sink will allow you to reach the handles. 25" is kind of high for the shut offs.
Looking at your design idea picture I noticed it was fairly antique or retro. The choices of vanities you gave don't seem to match that idea.
I also agree that a small 2 inch space gap would be hard to clean.
Had you considered a pedestal sink? It would match the idea of a clawfoot freestanding tub. Or, take your idea from the small table behind the tub. Ornate curving legs match the tub legs and are painted like the tub. Take that as a design idea and look around for a furniture type vanity.
Here's a suggestion:
Or consider a furniture type vanity (using the nice unique faucet you showed) into a vessel sink.
I found this vanity unit which is freestanding its 600mm wide so it should comfortably fit into the space you have.
Its solid wood too so should sit nicely next to your lovely bath tub.
You have chosen a good design. I really hope you can achieve that and get that nice finish that you want. The 2 inch gap is going to be a little problem as the guys mentioned already, but if you manage to get everything else nicely done then you can live with the gap.
http://www.hollandgreen.co.uk/This message has been edited. Last edited by: garethcooper9,
Thank you all for reply,
Attached is my bathroom after renovation.
Wow!! Your bathroom looks simple yet stylish with new and modern designs. Liked your Bathroom Faucets as well.
Hey, your bathroom looks very cool and awesome I like its design very much, after seeing your bathroom pictures I am also thinking to renovate my bathroom with some different types of design which makes my bathroom more attractive.This message has been edited. Last edited by: Farrah White,
thank you all for nice comments
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