Factors to consider when choosing makeup vanities
- Available space. One of the primary factors to consider when choosing makeup vanities is the available space on the dressing table.
- Height of the vanity.
- Ideal material.
- Storage features.
- Height of the mirror.
- Type of mirrors.
- Accessory stool and lighting.
Are makeup vanities worth it?
Practical and sophisticated, makeup vanities are perfect to upgrade your morning routine and create a special place that's entirely dedicated to your self-care! However, because they're an investment that will hopefully stay with you for years, you shouldn't pick one randomly.
How big should a makeup vanity be?
A built-in makeup vanity typically measures 29-30 in (73.66-76.2 cm) from the floor to the tabletop. It's pretty close to a desk's height, ensuring comfortable seating. On the other hand, if the vanity has a sink, the measurements must be adapted to the bathroom, which is usually 31-36 in (78.74-91.44 cm) high.
What should I put in my makeup vanity?
Essentials for Makeup Vanities Use bathroom organizers such as clear or metallic containers on top of your vanity to keep brushes, cosmetics and cleaning supplies handy and organized. A makeup mirror is an essential addition to your vanity that can add both function and style.
Where is the best place to put a makeup vanity?
At the Foot of Your Bed If you put your makeup vanity at your bed's foot, you're positioning the mirror in a prime place to apply your makeup each day. You'll also be able to look in the mirror first thing in the morning and last thing at night as you go to bed.
What is a makeup station called?
The dressing table (also a vanity table or simply a vanity, in Australian English, a duchess) is a table specifically designed for performing one's toilette (dressing, applying makeup and other personal grooming), intended for a bedroom or a boudoir.