Custom cabinets can be pricey, but here’s the good news about bathrooms: They are small areas, so you might be able to splurge a little where you couldn’t for the larger square foot areas.
With custom bathroom cabinets, the designer draws up the plans to your specifications and they go to a workshop to be built. Standard Cabinets are mass-produced and factory-made with no room for customization.
Advantages of custom bathroom cabinets
When you start your bathroom remodeling, you might notice oddly shaped room baseboards, door sills, and molding. Custom cabinets are built to fit, and when you select custom you’ll have unlimited design options and value. They are made by skilled craftsmen who use quality materials, take pride in their work, and build them to last.
Finally, there’s the idea of “personal selection.” Stock cabinets may be advertised as having “hundreds” of choices, but you’re still limited. A custom cabinet allows you to customize your selection of wood, style, finish, door styles, and hardware to address your goals and needs. And don’t forget the bathroom vanity!
Bathroom flooring is the fastest way to spruce up the room
Sometimes you don’t need a full top-to-bottom remodeling, just a little freshening up. Nothing makes a prospective home buyer run so fast as a dingy, worn-out floor, especially in the bath. The floor sets the tone of the entire room, and you can get wood look tile, luxury vinyl, or laminate or add architectural interest with stone or a stone tile.
Other things to consider are plenty of lighting, both ambient and task, with possible accent lighting. Storage is a major consideration because clutter will only make the room look smaller. If necessary, add shelves, extra drawers in cabinets, or even use an adjacent closet.
For over 45 years, David Waller Interiors has been a leader in the Port Orange, FL area. For more ideas on bathroom remodeling, visit us in our Port Orange showroom, especially if you live in Port Orange, Daytona Beach, Holly Hill, New Smyrna Beach, or the surrounding areas. Be sure to ask about any estimate or specials.