Connie's Corner


Tips from Waypoint's award-winning designer
April 13, 2015

Dual Vanities Make for a Peaceful Morning



As much as we might love our spouses, first thing in the morning is not the time for extreme closeness. We are usually not at our best and there is always that pesky morning-breath to deal with. Two bowls in one vanity are an upgrade for sure but completely separate vanity areas are the best way to start the day: no whiskers in her basin and no clusters of makeup containers to get in his way.

Waypoint's style 720R in Maple Hazelnut Glaze

Another advantage of separating the vanities is that it allows varying the height of the countertop to suit the user. While most people today prefer the higher 36” vanity, still some need a lower height to be comfortable.Waypoint's style 720R in Maple Hazelnut Glaze

These vanities happen to be installed floating above the floor which gives an open feeling. The structural walls support the one on the right and the one on the left has a supporting base cabinet to the floor, which contains a nice surprise. It is a Full-Height Base Pantry Pull Out cabinet (typically used in a kitchen) works here as storage for toiletries. Every homeowner’s dream.