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Free Standing Vanities With Legs
The freestanding vanities sit on the floor as an independent structure. They add a lot of creative edge to the interiors as they can easily accommodate ornate details. Their styles vary from modern clean lines to traditional patterns too. Free-Standing Vanities also give a good storage quotient and can be blended with a plethora of styles. Also, they are relatively simple to install.
You won’t see this much in traditional design, and it might seem a little strange. After all, why would vanities have legs if they aren’t needed? But simply providing the option whether to install the legs or not makes for an interesting choice between two very distinctive styles, each with their own unique advantages and drawbacks.
Why to choose freestanding vanities with legs?
Wall mounted bathroom vanities are becoming increasingly popular. But you might find that many vanities legs that can be attached or removed before the vanities are installed.
On the flip side, the greatest advantage of adding vanities legs back on is equally simple. You don’t have to mount the vanity to the wall. Wall mounting a bathroom vanity can be difficult and complicated for a number of reasons. Everything from stud placement to the weight of the vanity can make wall mounting more trouble than it’s worth. A vanity with good, sturdy legs negates all those concerns. You simply set it in place like you would any other piece of furniture, no complicated installation needed.
The legs of vanities can also be visually interesting in their own regard. Interestingly shaped or unusually placed legs are also common.
On some vanities, legs that are removable or height-adjustable are a more practical consideration. A vessel sink can alter the overall height of your vanity, leaving your sink a little too far up and uncomfortable to use. With traditional built-in vanity legs, there’s no way to fix the problem. Opting for adjustable legs will give you a little more wiggle room. Rather than simple levels (which is pretty standard on most vanity legs), these let you alter the height of the vanity by as much as six inches, to match the height of your sink.