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The Modern Master Bedroom’s Continuous Vanity

by Kuhrich on Thursday, October 9, 2014

When considering how you want to have your master bedroom laid out, some things are simply a given. Of course, you want plenty of space; a master bedroom is more than just a place to sleep, it can be a place that you practically live in, part office and part lounge! Of course, storage and closet space is also intended to be quite large and available in a master bedroom; a walk-in closet isn’t uncommon, one that you can really wander around and get lost in! These are not, however, the only features, design-wise, that you can have included with your master bedroom. Consider, for example, the continuous vanity!

Why a Vanity?

A vanity is already well-known; typically is serves as a desk, table, and storage space that can be used to store make-up, some clothes, jewelry, and accessories, and other sundry items that are needed, often by the fairer sex. Typically, your vanity will look like a desk with a mirror and drawers, and that’s it. In a smaller bedroom, this makes sense. Yet with a master bedroom, you ca do so much more – so why not go big, rather than go home?

The continuous vanity is, well, kind of what the name suggests: a vanity that crosses the entirety of your master bedroom’s bathroom, encompassing not just space for a single person but in fact including a drawer base, wall cabinets, and more between split sinks for increasing storage along with more access to the things you need in the bathroom! Indeed, a continuous vanity is best-integrated into your master bedroom’s bathroom, which itself should be quite a spacious and beautiful room, as it is attached to your master bedroom!

What a Vanity Does for You

If space is an issue, the continuous vanity solves it; finding the right, most convenient storage space for the kinds of things a vanity contains can be difficult at times, but not with access to a continuous vanity. The master bedroom offers you a variety of options when it comes to design and layout, so it’s no wonder that something like a continuous vanity is so often made a part of the modern master bedroom!


+Ken Uhrich is lead Estimator and Purchaser at Custom Home Group, a Design/Build company, located in Lancaster County, PA. You can follow Ken on Twitter: @kuhrich Or visit his company website: www.customhomegroup.com