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How much space should I leave between wall and vanity?

Posted by patli3 (My Page) on
Wed, Sep 12, 12 at 14:49

I currently have a bathroom vanity that is built in between two walls (picture attached). The wall to wall measurement is 83". We plan to get rid of that and buy a piece of those free standing furniture vanity that looks similar to this:

http://www.modernbathroom.com/bathroom-vanities/daytona-78-double-bathroom-vanity-set-by-wyndham-collection-espresso-w-drawers__wc-a-w2200-78-esp.aspx

My question is - when selecting the width of a vanity like that, what is the ideal width that I should select? How much space should I leave between the left and right side of the vanity? Also, do you guys think it's weird to fit a piece of furniture vanity in between two walls like that?

Thanks.


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RE: How much space should I leave between wall and vanity?

We have a 90" similar space and used a 72" freestanding vanity. It looks just fine.


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RE: How much space should I leave between wall and vanity?

do you have any picture you can show by fitting a 72" on a 90" space? Do you put anything to the left and right of the vanity?


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