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Bathroom cabinets refer to any of the various types of cupboards, drawers and enclosed shelving typically found in a bathroom. These cabinets can include mirrored medicine cabinets above the basin, vanity suites with a built in basin and mirror as well as free standing dressers. Bathroom cabinets usually come as part of a fitted or bespoke bathroom design but can be purchased and installed as separate items as well.
Most bathroom units are made from treated wood. Bathroom furniture comes in a variety of colours, styles and materials to suit your aesthetic and practical needs. Professional bathroom fitters will assess your bathroom space, helping you choose the best cabinet design for maximum functionality while maintaining the aesthetic of your bathroom. Bespoke designs are also available, guaranteeing the best fit and best materials for your bathroom layout.
Most bathroom cabinets come in a variety of woods or wood substitutes in a range of finishes. Cabinet materials include the following.
Some materials may be more expensive than others, but beware of cheaper materials as exposure to moisture on a frequent basis can result in water damage if the cabinet is improperly treated, constructed or installed. Stainless steel and glass cabinets may be less prone to water damage but treated woods can be just as long lasting. Regular maintenance checks may be required to ensure wooden cabinets do not succumb to mould.
The bathroom is an intimate space in any home. The condition of your bathroom can greatly affect the value of your property. If your existing bathroom units are warped and cracked, you may be able to repair or replace the damaged areas without requiring a complete re-installation. Cabinet doors and shelving are easily replaced while entire units, depending on the extent and nature of the damage, may be repairable.
Bathroom cabinets vary in cost for a number of reasons. The biggest contributing factor to cost is the material used. The size of the bathroom, the size of the cabinet requiring installation, the ease of installation, the labour required for the refurbishment and the intricacy of additional details such as adjusting plumbing can all have an effect on the cost of the installation. Repairing existing cabinets or replacing the damaged sections only may be the more cost effective option. Always consult the professionals to see if this is possible.
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Not terribly hard for a cabinetry professional. It's not something that is generally suggested as a do it yourself project, since there are too many things that could possibly go wrong.
How much room do you have? That is the biggest variable when installing bathroom cabinets. And it's not just wall space that you need to worry about. Narrow bathrooms may need recessed cabinets that are cut into the wall.
Not usually, as long as your bathroom is properly ventilated. For added protection, avoid locating them right next to your shower if possible so they'll be less affected by steam.
A semi-gloss paint with an acrylic primer underneath or a paint that already has an acrylic primer built in.
Apply at least two coats of oil-based polyurethane, taking care to sand lightly between coats with fine grit sandpaper. This should be done on the inside and outside of your cabinets.
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