Transparent bathroom vanities



There is a phrase that says “crystal clear” when referring to something very clear or obvious.And crystal is a variation of glass, so you can say that you use glass where you want things to be perfectly clear. And I mean that literally. For example transparent glass vanities are perfect for illustrating my point. They are transparent and they must be perfectly clean in order to be transparent. Besides, the bathroom is the room where everything needs to be really clean and tidy, so I guess that glass vanities are perfect.

 

They are transparent and fragile, but they are so nice and good looking! They are more like decorations and they suggest style and impeccable cleanliness. They are used by very sophisticated people and can be combined with different bathroom cabinets and the color of the bathroom tiling in order to get very nice color effects.

As you can see from these pictures, transparent glass vanities are produced by many different companies and they can be easily matched with transparent shelves underneath or with similar bathroom cabinets. They also look very elegant when matched with polished chrome or stainless steel faucets and shelves.

If you need some inspiration or you really want to purchase some of these items, visit these web sites: Sales stores and I offer.


Published by in Bathroom Vanities, on November 30th, 2010

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