Vanities come in three styles: bases, tops, and full. Vanity bases and tops allow for more customization, while full vanities are easier to install.
Take into consideration where the vanity is going to be located. Is this vanity going in a master bathroom or a powder room? A guest room or a kids' bathroom? Think about your particular needs. If you use this bathroom every day, then ample storage space (including drawers and counter space) is going to be important to you.
Tip: Hang hooks from the inside of the vanity cabinets for even more storage!
Undermount: This sink lays underneath the counter instead of on top of it.
Drop-In: These units ‘drop-in' to the vanity, and have a lip that rests on the countertop.
Vessel: The entire sink sits on the surface of the countertop.
Tip: If your vanity has already been predrilled for extra holes, you can use an optional deck plate to cover them up.