Simplify Your Bathroom Update With Pre-Selected Vanity Options
Whether you are looking for a new vanity as part of a complete bathroom renovation, or as a featured component of a more limited update, you will want to give careful consideration to several important elements including the cabinetry, the vanity top, and the sink.
If you have looked online for ideas or visited a showroom, you know that there are seemingly endless options for all three of those critical pieces, and it can quickly become overwhelming. But don’t let your dream of a new bathroom vanity end in a haze of too many choices!
The designers at Dresser Hull can show you cabinetry from the top manufacturers featured in our showroom. With that decision made, you can move on to the other elements. Or, if you are just in the market for a new vanity top and sink, they can help you focus your efforts there.
Sounds easy, right? But we’re happy to report that the whole process just got even less complicated! Working with a trusted supplier, Dresser Hull is offering a great vanity program to help you bring the perfect finish to your bathroom project. By presenting a select range of the most popular colors and surface materials available, the program takes care of some of the work for you. There is no need to look at endless countertop material samples and colors. You simply choose what works in your design from the list of materials and colors available in the program.
Most importantly, the program lets you select from a wide range of countertop materials including eight popular granite colors and a range of trending quartz hues from Cambria, Silestone, Viatera and HanStone. Samples can be seen at Dresser Hull’s kitchen and bath design showroom, 80 Railroad St., in Lee.
Our program includes material that is 1-1/4” thick; template and installation; and options for an oval or rectangular porcelain undermounted sink (in either white or bisque); 4” back/side splashes; and 4 or 8-inch faucet holes.
To get started, you can review the key features of natural and manufactured countertop materials covered in previous posts, to give you some background before you come in to look at the samples. Then all you have to do is call or go online to make an appointment, and you are on your way to a new bathroom!
See you soon!