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Making the Most of Your Stylish Rustic Vanity and Makeup Counter

Rustic bathroom vanities and sinks are an ideal way to add both function and style to your bathroom. Whether you are looking for a chic new statement piece or a stylish way to store your bathroom essentials, these vanities can transform any room. Available in myriad sizes, colors, and styles, there is a rustic vanity and makeup counter to please any personal need and taste.

Why would you choose a rustic vanity and counter?

Rustic bathroom vanities are stylish pieces of furniture that have the ability to transform any common sink into a showcase piece. With a variety of styles available, buyers can choose the ideal vanity for their room. Bring out the personality of your home and find a place to store all of your personal hygiene essentials with a rustic vanity and makeup counter. Whether it be a farmhouse style or a more modern shabby chic style, a vanity is an ideal statement piece for any room.

What can you store in a rustic vanity?

A rustic vanity is an ideal way to make sure every essential has a proper place and drawer. Keep your bath space clean and organized with a rustic vanity designed to store all of your most used products. There are a number of items that are appropriate to be stored in a vanity and makeup counter:

  • Makeup products
  • Personal hygiene items
  • Bathroom cleaning products and toilet paper
  • Small appliances such as a hair dryer and curling iron
  • Hair accessories
What sizes can you choose for your rustic vanity?

When looking to add a piece of flair to your existing bathroom, you should choose a vanity that fits the space without overpowering it. Although you want the vanity to be the centerpiece of the room, it should not make the space look and feel cramped and crowded.

Is assembly required?

Depending on the size of the vanity and the sink, some assembly may be required. Many pieces arrive ready to be used; however, some of the rustic vanities will require the buyer to put the piece of furniture together. If there is a sink, a minimal amount of labor may be needed to connect the plumbing.

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