Large Glacier Bay Vanity for Luxurious Bathroom
Make sure your bathroom fan is in tip-top shape to prevent the room from getting too steamy and penetrating wood cabinets. Once you’ve decided what type of bathroom vanity you want and can afford, you have to decide where to put it — not as easy as it sounds because every square inch of bathroom space counts. Make sure cabinet doors have enough room to swing without hitting something or getting in the way of foot traffic. Measure the depth of vanities with doors open to make sure they fit comfortably. Building codes say the minimum allowable distance in front of vanities (and toilets) is 21 inches.