Vanity units: wall-hung, freestanding or pedestal for every style

If you're looking for a vanity unit for your bathroom, you've probably noticed that there are several options. Whether suspended, freestanding or pedestal, each offers a different style and practicality. In this article, we'll explore the different features of these types of furniture, to help you choose the ideal new piece of furniture for your wet rooms.

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The wall-hung vanity: a modern design choice

The suspended vanity unit is one of the most popular options for modern bathrooms. These are fixed to the wall, without any contact with the floor, creating an illusion of floating that adds a minimalist, uncluttered touch to the room. Here are just a few of the advantages of a wall-mounted vanity:

  • Space-saving: by being fixed directly to the wall, this type of unit frees up floor space, making cleaning easier and giving the impression of more space.
  • A wide variety of styles: there's a multitude of materials and designs for wall-hung furniture, from solid wood to lacquered finishes and contemporary patterns.
  • Easy installation: although installation requires the unit to be fixed to the wall, most models are easy to assemble, and some even come with an integrated fixing system.

Disadvantages of wall-hung vanity units

Although highly appreciated for its style and modernity, the suspended vanity unit also has a few drawbacks:

  • Wall strength: it's essential to check that the wall can bear the weight of the cabinet and basin. If the wall is too light or fragile, you may need to consider an alternative solution.
  • Limited storage space: wall-hung units generally offer less storage space than autres types of vanity units. This can be problematic if you need a lot of space to store your bathroom products and accessories.

Freestanding vanity units: versatility and practicality

If you're looking for a vanity unit that's both easy to install and functional, a free-standing vanity unit could be the ideal solution for your bathroom. As its name nom suggests, this type of unit simply rests on the floor, with no need for wall mounting. Here are just a few of the advantages of freestanding vanity units:

  • Installation rapide: no need to drill holes in the wall or invest in a complex fastening system. Free-standing units are quick and easy to install.
  • Generous storage: unlike wall-hung units, freestanding units often offer more storage space, with shelves and drawers to organize your belongings.
  • Adaptability: you can choose from a wide range of sizes and styles, making it easy to find the ideal free-standing vanity unit for your bathroom, whatever its size or layout.

Disadvantages of free-standing vanity units

Despite their many advantages, free-standing vanity units also have a few drawbacks:

  • Floor clutter: as the unit rests directly on the floor, it can appear to take up more space in the room, making cleaning slightly less convenient than with a wall-hung unit.
  • Less modern appearance: although some models are very stylish, free-standing units can appear less contemporary than their suspended counterparts, particularly in minimalist or streamlined bathrooms.

The pedestal vanity: classic elegance and stability

For those who prefer a more traditional style, the pedestal vanity is an interesting option. Featuring legs that support the cabinet and basin, it offers a classic look and elegant. Here are just a few of the advantages of a pedestal vanity:

  • Timeless aesthetics: the pedestal cabinet brings a touch of elegance to your bathroom, whether you opt for a Baroque, Victorian or simply traditional style.
  • Stability: legs provide solid support for the basin and cabinet, avoiding the wall-fixing problems encountered with wall-hung units.
  • Customization: some pedestal models allow you to adjust the height of the legs, offering adaptability to suit your needs and preferences.

Disadvantages of vanity units with legs

As with autres types of vanity units, pedestal units also have their drawbacks:

  • Floor space: like freestanding units, pedestal units take up floor space, which can make the room harder to clean and reduce the impression of available space.
  • Less storage: because of the presence of legs, vanity units with legs generally offer fewer storage options than free-standing units.

In short, each type of vanity has its advantages and disadvantages. The choice between a wall-hung, freestanding or pedestal unit will essentially depend on your preferences in terms of style, available space and practicality. Whatever option you choose, don't hesitate to consult our selection to find the ideal piece of furniture to meet all your expectations.