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- What accounts for differences in price between vanities?

Price differences can be due to size and the number of components, but probably the biggest factor is the material the vanity is made from. Vanities are made from wood, stone, glass, ceramic, stainless steel, and other materials which vary in weight and value.

- Are vanities difficult to install?

Installing your vanity should be relatively simple. First, make sure you have measured the area to be sure that it will accommodate the vanity. If you choose to, you may remove any drawers and/or doors for installation to make the vanity easier to move and to prevent damage.

- Should I buy a single or a double?

A double would be appropriate for couples or families. Remember that vanities don’t just take up space. They offer storage space in the cabinetry as well as counter top space. So don’t hesitate to buy a double if you have the floor space.


- What is a vessel sink?

A vessel sink is a standalone component that is used in conjunction with a vanity cabinet or pedestal. They vary widely in design, color and material, and are meant to be the beautiful centerpiece of your bathroom.

- Can I replace my current sink?

Absolutely, in fact that’s the idea.

- Is a pedestal sink the same thing as a vessel sink?

No. A pedestal sink is a stationary piece in which the stand is connected to the sink. It is a "stand-alone" piece. A vessel sink is an individual sink which can be placed upon a pedestal or a bathroom vanity cabinet. It can later be removed or replaced with ease.

- How do I install a vessel sink?

It varies depending on the style, and whether you intend to have it resting on the counter or recessed into it. Both will require a strong adhesive, but installing a sink right onto the countertop is considerably easier. Then you simply insert the drain through the drain opening.
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