Master Bathrooms: One Sink Or Two?
When you are remodeling your bathroom, there is a lot to consider with flooring, showers/bathtubs, lighting, toilets, and then sinks of course. One of our frequently asked questions is when we are remodeling our bathroom should we add in an extra sink so that we can have a double vanity?
Double vanities, having two sinks in a master bathroom is the new trend, and very popular. But just because people are doing it, does it mean that you should? We’re breaking down the answer for you so you know what to do before you start to plan your next bathroom remodel, and make the right decision to last you a long time.
Benefits of Having A Double Vanity Sink
If you and your significant other have different cleanliness styles then having two sinks will feel like night and day. If you and your significant other and you overlap a lot on time then having two sinks will seem like a luxury – this way both of you can get ready at the same time. With adding a double vanity sink you will also increase your storage under the sink. You also get more countertop space if you are someone who needs to lay everything out when getting ready.
Cons of Having A Double Vanity Sink
Adding another sink in your bathroom will mean adding more plumbing which can be an added expense. The double vanity sinks are also a lot bigger, so if your bathroom is on the smaller side, this may take up the majority of your bathroom. When you have a double vanity sink, you also have to keep in mind the double cleaning. You’re no longer cleaning for one sink, but two.
If you still aren’t sure if you should be adding a double vanity sink to your bathroom remodel, turn to the home remodeling and renovation experts at Driscoll Contracting. You can call us at 781-405-5584 or contact us on our website. We are happy to help you design the bathroom that is right for you.