Corner bathroom vanity – Bathroom vanities are traditionally designed to sit flush against the wall. Creating under the bathroom vanity store elements, and other products, whereas the sink sits on top. Unlike a pedestal sink, which is freestanding and lacking any storage, a vanity gives you extra storage space in the bathroom.
A corner bathroom vanity cabinet is a traditional form of vanity placed in the corner of the room. This is typically used in larger bathrooms or when you have existing cabinets in the room. The cabinets form an “L” form, placed flush against two walls and meet in the corner. The sink is fitted inside existing cabinets, with pipes hidden in the closets. In larger rooms, or if you add a corner sink, cabinet is installed first. The cabinet has a triangular shape, with the back section fits neatly into the corner and sides of the cabinet sits flush with the two walls. This takes up less space than using several cabinets, but still provides storage underneath.
Use this idea if you have a small bathroom or your bathroom lacks adequate storage. The idea is similar to the corner bathroom vanity cabinet; the sink is disposed in a cabinet. The difference is that the enclosures are located above and below the sink. You will also find options that use a bowl-style sink that sits on top of the cabinets, instead located inside and set the level with the cabinet. The top of the cabinet has the same triangular shape and gives you much more storage space for the room.