Yes or No?

Velux bathroom with tile wall trim. View of bathroom vanity cabinet and storage unit with wicker baskets

Velux bathroom with tile wall trim. View of bathroom vanity cabinet and storage unit with wicker baskets

The bathroom, as we know, is the one area of the home that has a multitude of tasks that can be undertaken within.

What this means is that due to the amount of different items required to complete such tasks, space is often limited.

This is especially the case for the majority of terraced and semi-detached homes in the UK, whose premises have limited or no room for expansion.

With this in mind, the question arises regarding vanity units and whether or not they are worth it?

Of course for some people who are thinking about space and efficiency, the answer will immediately be no.

On the other hand, there will be a group of people who would adamantly insist on having such a unit as they provide relevance to a number of tasks that can be completed.

This is especially the case for those interested in beauty products as vanity units assist with the application of these products.

The reality, however, must surely come down to space and whether the positives outweigh the negatives. Of course for those with expansive bathrooms this is much less of an issue.

For the rest, however, it does require serious consideration. If only there was a smaller, more compact vanity unit available?

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