Choosing A Vanity Chair For Your Bathroom
When you think of a bathroom vanity, you probably think of a vanity with a sink, some drawers in a cabinet that might hold towels, bathroom supplies and so on. However, there is another type of vanity and this is a vanity that doesn't accommodate a sink.
Instead, there is a cabinet with a mirror and several drawers and a chair sits in front of it and it is the ideal place for a woman (and sometimes a man) to get ready to start their day.
A very frustrating aspect of having a vanity like this is that some of the available vanity chairs for bathroom vanities are terrible looking. There seems to be a trend where companies think that if a woman has a vanity, that she wants a pink satin frilly chair to use with that vanity.
The truth, however, is that women have a variety of tastes and styles and some women have no desire to use any vanity chairs like this.
The good news is that there really are more options available for vanity chairs - you just have to expand where you are looking. For example, Bed Bath and Beyond, Pottery Barn, Macy's, Linens and Things and other stores of this kind are excellent sources for vanity chairs for bathroom vanities that don't look silly or frilly.
What's more, in addition to chairs, they offer wicker stools, benches, chairs with wheels and more. You aren't limited by that stereotype of what vanity chairs are supposed to look like.
When you are buying a vanity chair for your bathroom vanity, you need to consider two things. First of all, you need to consider the height and width of the vanity itself. If you like a big plush chair, will it fit under your vanity while you aren't using it or will it be in the way?
Furthermore, if you are a larger person, a tiny little stool might not be comfortable or stable enough for you to use when you are using the vanity.
A vanity can be an excellent addition to your bathroom. When buying a vanity chair, keep your decor in mind, the size of your vanity and your own personal needs and you should do just fine!
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