A present day style is to create vanities, storage pieces, etc. that appear to be stand alone furniture. To achieve the look many of the pieces have legs, and come in numerous styles from classical designs such as early American, Mission, Arts and Crafts, Art Deco, etc., all the way to sleek chrome stools that look like they were made for a space ship. Any kind of furniture style that has ever existed is used for bathroom furniture. The bathroom furnishings come in a variety of materials such as oak, cherry, mahogany, and other woods. Tops can be anything from marble to granite to tile. Stools are designed to match all the styles used in a bathroom and result in a unified look.
As an item of furniture separate from the rest of the bathroom a stool can have several uses. It can be used to unify a room’s décor. It can also make a contrasting statement that turns it and the vanity into eye catching elements that create a focal point and present an opportunity for striking decoration.
When bathroom vanity stools are selected for a bathroom other things should be kept in mind in addition to style. When choosing a stool always keep in mind its purpose and where it will be used. A bathroom is an area of high moisture and items chosen for use in the room should be fabricated from materials that will make it moisture resistance. That provision does not mean style has to be sacrificed. Very stylish stools are built out of wood that will match the rest of the bathroom. They are frequently made of metal such as aluminum that is rust resistant. Check the construction. For safety, the stool should be sturdy and have skid proof feet.