What Function Will Your Cabinets Perform?
Fancy stone countertops or simple wood cabinetry work better for some purposes than others. Are you remodeling a busy area or a guest bathroom? Lots of traffic may dictate sturdy, water-repellent materials. A retreat for visitors can lean more heavily toward aesthetics.
If your bathrooms are busy, they need to be easy to clean and efficient in layout. An all-in-one vanity cabinet would be a better choice than separate sink, storage and countertop pieces. Some popular choices are tall vanities with drawers, enclosed shelves, a medicine cabinet and/or mirror, and an overhead lighting panel. If you are looking for extra strength due to heavy usage, choose overlay rather than flush cabinet doors.
If you are seeking a more extravagant and refined choice, boutique bathrooms may be the answer. Eye appeal, quality materials and thoughtful design are what these are all about. If you have kids safely out of the way, maybe that luxurious stone countertop and cherry wood cabinet is the right choice for you. The key is to know what function your cabinets need to serve and then to choose the materials.