219 Boat Club
The vanity unit works as space divider between dresser and bathroom areas, and integrates bespoke lighting in brass. Custom his & her washbasins cast in solid surface are held within a free-standing quartz marble frame, which also houses twin egg-shaped mirrors which rotate to provide shelves on the rear side, allowing dual use from the washbasin on one side and the dresser on the other.
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4. Which material is best suited for the surface finish of the bathroom cabinets? Laminate is the best option for bathroom cabinets because it is highly stain- and water-resistant. However, it is advisable to go for matte-finish laminates – smudges, scratches and stains are less visible on a matte finish than on a gloss finishAvoid wood veneers for bathroom cabinets; they are more delicate than laminate and require regular maintenance.You can also fabricate the basic structure of the bathroom cabinet in plywood and go for glass shutters. Glass gives a modern look and brings in an element of lightness within the bathroom. An affordable way to finish the bathroom cabinets is with latex- or oil-based paint and primers. It is better to go for latex paints, because they release less VOCs than oil-based paints.
7. Measuring incorrectly Inaccurate measurements can end up being very costly when you need to work multiple different elements into your layout. It’s a common mistake not to take account of the little things, such as the way a door will swing or the gap between the toilet and the vanity.Solution: Always measure twice before you select fittings and fixtures for your bathroom to make sure they’ll fit. Think how doors and drawers will open and how you will move through the space. Your builder, plumber or project manager should also be able to help you with this process.