Styles in furniture may be a million today. Even when you mention some popular style, let’s say classic, it is simply comprised of sheets of specific models. For instance, there are some particular classic furniture models like American colonial as well as Mediterranean and French colonial also Spanish colonial.
It certainly applies to vanities, either bedroom or bathroom vanity. But, regardless how many different representations of modern vanities are, something that MUST be understood is that there are some typical patterns that can explain if some vanity is modern or not. Then, how are the common patterns of modern vanities that characterize the whole nature of such a style of vanities? Experts have concluded that some patterns or features explain all about modern style of vanities, such as:
The first pattern is that such vanities are geometrically shaped. They can be manifested in foursquare sides, rectangular tops, cubical vanity shapes, and so forth.
The second most typical pattern or feature is the seamless design of each of such vanity. Hence, it is hardly possible to find vanities that are called modern but clearly characterized by many obvious marks of the joints between the elements. The designers understand that it is necessary to hide any seams that will degrade the beauty of the furniture.
Industrial Material Use.
What the materials used to construct modern vanities is, indeed, important to highlight. Usually, someone can instantly identify if some vanity brings some modern nuance in the room only because of looking that it is made of dominantly some kind of industrial materials.
Among all industrial materials, commonly things like vinyl and plywood are quite preferable, primarily due to the affordable prices. Stainless-steel and aluminum are two other industrial materials that are also applicable but they are quite costly, at least more lavish than the other industrial materials. Nevertheless, many modern vanities are still made by involving some natural/traditional materials, like some kinds of hard woods.
Such a feature deals with how much the designer’s creativity is expressed into the manifestation of each vanity he or she creates. I am not saying if modern-styled vanities are the products of the lack of creativity of the designers. But, every minimal pattern applied in the design of a vanity in modern style simply is an indicator that modern-styled vanities are large and made simple, i.e. manifestations.
Such the simplicity actually are in line with how people live their lives in modern era. Directness, cleanliness, and things can never be just neglected when we are observing how such the designers or constructors of the vanities think about their design ideas.