Top Reasons to Install a Floating Vanity in Your Bathroom

When you install an off the floor bathroom vanity, you can keep that area cleaner, easier. Tidying up is as simple as running a mop underneath the bottom! No more working around cumbersome corners or stubborn baseboards. 

4. Add Extra Storage

Especially if your home is on the smaller side, you need to maximize every square inch of space you have. With floating bathroom cabinets, you can leave enough space under your vanity for extra storage. 

Add decorative baskets in this spot and fill them with towels, toiletries, and toilet paper. This is an ideal way to disguise these necessities while keeping them within close reach.

5. Flex Your Design Muscles

There isn’t a one-size-fits-all floating vanity installation. Depending on the size of your bathroom, the features you want, and your personal design style, you can customize this unit to fit your needs.

This means they work just as well in a large bathroom as they do in a tiny one. You can add individual compartments as desired to change up the look. If you want your bathroom to stand out from the others on your block, this is a perfect way to make it all your own.

6. Ideal for Radiant Heat

Are you undergoing a custom build or a remodeling project? If so, one important decision to consider is how you’ll heat your new home. If you’ve read about the benefits of radiant heat, you might consider going that route.[2]

More efficient than baseboard and most forced-air heating systems, and gentler on allergy sufferers, radiant heating can be a great way to keep your family warm. When you float your vanity, you’ll be able to enjoy it even more!

Imagine standing at your bathroom sink in the morning and feeling the heat radiate from the floor without a bulky vanity blocking it. In fact, if we add radiant heating in our bathroom remodeling jobs[3], we insist on installing floating or free-standing vanities. Not only does it protect cabinets from heat damage, in many cases not doing so could void the warranty on the radiant heat cables.

7. Highlight Your Tile Work

Your bathroom is a great place to show off intricate tile work or gorgeous cultured marble surfaces. When your vanity takes up half the wall, you miss an opportunity to put those materials on full display.[4]

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