Home Design Guides: Bathroom, Vanity
How to choose a vanity that looks good, which contains adequate storage, and which has enough basins and bench space.
Nobody likes to drop the soap. Ensuring that you have somewhere to put it is not complicated, but it's good to know what your options are.
Also called drains and plugholes, wastes are the grills through which water is drained as it leaves your bathroom. Find out what variations exist for wastes.
Taps can come in matching bathroom sets, but can also be mixed and matched to great effect.
Cleaning your vanity is good for hygiene - it's also a way to prevent permanent stains, and to keep your bathroom looking good.
Once your new vanity's installed, you will need to look after it to preserve its appeal. Cleaning your vanity regularly is important not just for the sake of hygiene, but also to prevent long term staining.
Find out more about how to match the materials and overall style of a vanity to your bathroom.
One of the biggest issues - especially in small bathrooms - is how much space your vanity will take up.
Medicine cabinets aren't found in all homes, but are still very popular and can add much-needed storage to your bathroom.
There are many mirror options to look into, including fog-proof (or 'fogless') mirrors and custom-cut shapes and sizes.
There are many types of basin to suit all types of tastes, needs and settings. Find out how to choose one for your bathroom.
The type of vanity you choose for your bathroom will either improve or limit how useful your bathroom is.
The right vanity can turn a nice bathroom into a spectacular one. This is true when starting a new bathroom from scratch, but is even more obvious in renovations.
If you're choosing a vanity cabinet for your bathroom, this downloadable checklist will help you to ensure that you're making the best choice for your needs.
A clean bathroom mirror will affect how big the room feels, as well as how much light is reflected throughout the bathroom.
Regulations in Australia restrict where you're able to position power points in relation to sinks and taps. Find out what the rules say, and how far your power points will need to be from your kitchen sink.