Bathroom Vanity TopsYou’re in the process of remodeling your master bathroom. Everything seems to be coming together beautifully, but it’s come time to select your bathroom vanity top. Now you’re stalled. You’ve looked at your options over and over but just can’t decide which countertop will look best, last the longest, and not break your budget. Don’t stress! Our team at Indy Renovation can give you a few tips for choosing just the right vanity top.

1. Consider your style.

You want to choose a bathroom vanity top that fits into your existing design style. So ask yourself: What type of design style are you trying to achieve? Do you need your countertop to make a statement or just fit seamlessly into the background? Find a countertop you like that will enhance and not detract from what you’ve already done to remodel your bathroom.

2. Determine your budget.

You don’t want to start having granite dreams if you have a laminate budget. Before you start shopping for the perfect vanity, make sure you know just how much you can spend. That will help you know which options are even feasible.

3. Gather ideas.

All Pinterest lovers may want to spend some time looking up bathroom vanity top design ideas. You can browse page after page of ideas and save the ones that make you excited. Then, you can bring your ideas to our crew, and we’ll help you find the right vanity for your space.

4. Go window shopping.

Before you buy, you may want to come to our showroom to browse our bathroom vanity gallery and list of products. You can quickly eliminate options you don’t like and make a list of the ones you love. Then, you can even take some samples back home to see what they look like in your space and lighting.

5. Talk with a pro.

if you’re just stuck and need a professional opinion, contact our team at Indy Renovation. We’d be glad to talk with you about your goals, help you determine a vision, and find just the right vanity top for your remodeled bathroom.

To find out more or to schedule a consultation, contact Indy Renovation today at (317) 375-4464.

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